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Page 8--Saturdaoy, August 5, 1978--The Michigan Daily
U.S Senate and Govei
I S SU(ES 1 ERA/ extension Marijuana I Medicaid abortions Rhodesia/ South I Oil industrydciinlztonArc

Patterson (R)
Carl Levin (D)
Phil Power (D)
Anthony
Derezinski (D)
Paul
Rosenbaum (D)
Richard
VanderVeen (D)
John
Otterbacher (D)

does not supportth
ERA. "1 doo't tink it is0necs-
nary."
Ed. note: Repulican Sen. Robert
Griffin would not speak to The
Daily,enso e swere enable tn
discern and print his views.

does not favor decriminalization
of marijuana.

does not favor medicaid funds ft
abortions. Says the next step
"would be euthanaisia."

1 1 1

Favors ERA and the extension.

Supports decriminalioation of
marijuana.

Favors using Medicaid funds
for abortions.

-i i

supports te ERA and the
extension.

favors decriminalioation of
marijuana.

favors using medicaid funds for
abortions.

r

Supports the ERAuand the
extension.

Favors decriminalization of
marijuana.

Derezinski, a Roman Catholic, is
morally opposed to abortioneand
mould not support Medicaid
funds for abortion.

ft
t
S
i
op

Supports using economic
sanctions against Rhodesia and
South Africa, including corporate
withdrawal, ts attsin majority
rule in those contries; and
feels universities should sell
investments in corporations
which dohbusiness in South Africa.
would not lift economic sanc-
tons against Rhodesia. Wouldenot
avor ecomonic sanctions or
Amserican corpratewithdrawal
froes Sut Africa at this time.
Would not urgeniversiies ts sell
investmeot incorporationsnwit
South African oporations.

Would support legislatioo that
wouldhbreak up the vertical
ontegration in the oil ondustry
and prevent oil companies from
investing in alternative enerfy.
wouldnsupport legstation
which would hreah up the verti-
caltintegration in the oil industry
and prevent oil componiesnfrom
investing in alternative sources
of energy.

healt

i

does not favor economic sanctions
South Africa.
Does not favor American corpor-
ate withdrawal from South
Africa, feels it would bowrong
for universities tosell investments
in corporations with South African
subsidiaries.

--a

Would not lift economic sanctions
against Rhodesia untiltfree
etiums occur. Opposes economic
snctions against South Africa and
Amnerican corporate withdrawal
om that country. Would urge
universitis to divest uoless
American corporations "show
smore responsible attitude."

At thisltime wouldnsupport
legislation which wouldhbreah up
the vertical integration in the oil
ondustry and also prevent oil
companies from inveting io
altersative sources of eoergy,
hut would need further research
oo the suhject bofore actually
voting.

helieves that oil compony should
bo monitoredhbut sees no reason to
hreak up the vertical integra-
lion of the industry nor should
they berestricted from iovesting
in alternative forms of energy.

hvall
heall
Am.

t

wool(
topay

t 1-i

Y. .a. '

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_

supports the ERA aod the exten-
sion.
SUPORTS THE ERA aod the
extensio.
Supports the ERA aod the
extension.

favors decrimioalzation of
marijuana.
favorsdecriminalioatioo
of marijuaoa.
Favors legalizationovfmarijuana.

favors useof medicaid for
abortions.

_i

vors economic sanctions against
hodesia and South Africa. t
at would not favor Americao cor-
trate withdrawsal from South
frica. Would urge universiies to
elt investments iocorporations
ith South African oporatitons.
vould not favor lifting ecomonic
anctions against Rhodesia hut t
vould not impose saoctions on
>oth Africa or ash for American
trporate withdrawal from that G
tuntry at this time. Believes
tiversities should sell invest-
neots io corporatioos which do
)siness iu Africa.

would not support legislation
which would hreah up the vertical
integration in the oil industry or
stop oil comspaniesnfrom investiog
io other forms of energy. This
would not attach the real prohlem.
would support legislation which
would break up the vertical iole-
grationoin the oil industry. Would
also support legislation restrictiog
oil compooies fromsiovesting io
alteroative energy resources.

supports the us oftmedi-
caid for abortions.
A Roman Catholic, he is morally
opposedlto abortion aod would
notsupport Medicaidlfunds for
abortio, hutsupports usiog
federal funds forlfamily plaooiog.

would
heals!

-T --4---

upports using economic sanction
nRhodesia and South Africa to
ttain majority rule in those
ouotries aod favors Americao
orporate withdrawal from South
rica "is that's possihle."
could urge universities ts sell
rmlsmeots in corporations
perating in South Africa.

Would supoport legisltioo to
hreah up vertical iotegratito i
the oil ondustry, and would also
support legislatioo tohkeep oil
compaoies from investing io
alternative energy forms.

Otoob

OP-Improving business Ta roposals Spending and m waste Tax burden of
ISSU ES ~ Tretppirte climateTa cutting education
provide tas hreahs tohbusioesses
Zoto ho will employ marginally supports noooeoohballot, favors
Zotngrootad econoic diversily, emtployatble, aodwhich ill prodsu'e state graduate incomsetax, would bo accomplishedhby ic
ta imtton(o blo nee sriesadproducts tax property oo income- restructuring tss system hosed placeoiton oocome tsx while horyi]
er n y ( ) proposals), education (solar collectors, gas-ahol ), producing hasis (progressive), oo ahility to pay, favors property is progressively tased Depol
standardize Workman's to consideroameodmeots
Componsatio
*. 1repoal Single Business Tau, gel supports Headlee completely, las lond on income-producing
Patrick euain uiesci uepomn et(ofdrl aantTshfrlc fstu
mat/,lb ue erobasd udgtin, hasisand cut assessments hy 30seo
medto, asestscdiat/j g ovempnomedehrgied ermlexbag ain ts tot lacol szrohoe ugtnComm
gsuoset legislation pret nraeicm axes I
M olo g (Dworkers/unemployment property txes off seniorrcitizens, porcetnrelyeincmewastendt
cowpensatioincrease income tax.2 percentcoesrteyduwal

William
Fitzgerald (D)

protect jobo and diversify
enonomy, hring husionesand
labor together, clean up the
tax structure

providetsxhbreaks to industry,
goto other statesnand attract
husiness

recommends Headlee bothe's
trying tsresolve prohlems he
seswith it, wants tosecap
on proprty tsxes and increase
income tan

"demand efficiency and
accountahility out of giants
of Michigan government,"
spond money more wisely

shift ifrom proporty taxes to
the general fund

setup'
Comm
devoni
with It
contst
quartr
ircmp
comt
farwe
Ions,
heads
p0 0r

1- 4___ ____ _ -

William
Rails (D).

pot together good team of
administrators, imprsve speding
policies, give greaer financial
support to secondary and higher
education

repoal SingleBusinesTax, s
createnoffice of Venture Capital, c;
reform Workmsan's Comensationsl
Dportmeel

supports one of them, should J set priorities, beomore fiscally
change taxstructure instead- conservational,snset legislatio,
should reorderspoending priorities Ielimsinateenon-civil service jobs
in esecutive

shift hurden trues proporty
taxes andcometpnsatewitqhoosnt
in incomeetax

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