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August 05, 1978 - Image 10

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.State Senate ean didates' views

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liinM~aiuatna Stat, funded Soth Africa
Tich proposal Nedle, amendment Drinking age decriminaizainaotin iettueCmmulpnsmn
supprsecause we have a
Pi r e D oppse, would instead reduce oppses raising the drinking age moral obligaion to the ponrto
P ie cepo0s10e0 the property tax and institute to21, and arguen that 18-year' prvide theameervces suppordivetiturey sttenpue
graduatedotate income tan old are old enough to vote and supports availalettte rich, and addn intiutionn poe
old enough to e datedso they that eventualsate welfare
shouldeallowed to drink csts to unwantedabienwould
eceedaortion costs
G eorgefavors divestiture by state
Vopposes, cating it "irrespon- oppoes raising the drining age sporsintituion although generaly oppoes
G o d an Dible," and aying that too many opposes to 21, ut advises more alcohol spot supports oppoedo interering with
GO u1u D programn would be cut education in thechools univeritite
N aroliwoudsopptitis could efrze oppoes, thinks inefective opposes raising the drinking supports ecause it it no wose supports divesiture by state oppoenecause "you can't
revisedat tssescer dahe fo en tae programn sholdecut, age to 2 than alcohol institutioneuatedoars with people's supports a a deterrento crime
W illiam strongly opposes, arguing the says there are problems with it, opposed to raising tedikn
stte doesn't have the surplus to andupports a move togive aeolhluprs~I00 spot opposes, saying stte can't uncertin opoe
fund necessary programs pople a reae on their propry 1totoeep it tot out oflfthe ehigh sh ools decide on a life and death mater
Colbu rn ,(R)se
tsxes instead
taxa d ppssay si wlbusden rcan s upotlersdikngaerisdt9 supports althoughhthins it opposes: "Itsno thetae's says currentill in tovague undecided
T r'ow bridge (R ) tpaesbrefrmlcl spotwatdrniggried10 s stilt a harmful drug usinesso fund aortions"

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Jerry Klien (R)'

opposes hecaue state doesn't
hve the surplus to lund
necessary programs

supports, arguing that it
wouldn't force layoffs or
cuthaks, hutwould force
government to stich tooa hudget

wants the drinhing age raised
to 19 to get 1t0ou1sf the high
schools

supports decriminalization
hecause smohers can't he
considered on the same level
as other criminals

supports

doesn't thinkhstate legislature Iopposes
should he involved

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Michael
,Stimpson (R)

opposes, insisting itldoesn't
answer prohlems of tate
governmentand would reduce
the amount of state services

supports because itwould slow
inflation

favors a raise ofthe drinhing
age to 19

notta matter for legislature
to decide

supports, favors a $5Sfine

opposes

opposes

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