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Page Six

T H MIC HIGAN DAILY

Saturday. May 15, 1976

Where presidential candidates stand
on issues in the Michigan primary
As compiled by Phillip Bokovoy, George Lobsenz, Mike Norton and Tim Schick

..

ISSUES

Urban Problems

Abortion

Gun Control Involuntary Busing

Detente

National Health
Insurance

Defense Spending Unemployment

Equcr Rights
Amendment

Supports revenue Opposes abortion Absolutely opposed Opposes busing, but Calls it "peace Doesn't feel the Boasts of having Solution is to halt Sup
sharing to pump personally, but to registration of equally opposed to through strength" country can afford proposed "the two inflation, stimulate One
more money into equally opposed to firearms, favors an anti-busing strong defense it right now, does largest defense industry through push
cities, and to return any anti-abortion toughening laws amendments to the posture and use of favor some special budgets in history." tax incentives. Vetoed of c
e money to local amendent to the over criminals Constitution, favors diplomacy from a plans to ease Humphrey-Hawkins begi
control. Constitution. who use guns. using busing only strong bargaining hardship of elderly. Full Employment
as a last resort. position. Act.
No response. Considers abortion Opposed to gun Does not approve of Wishes to negotiate No response. Feels the U.S. must Wants to create jobs Opp
the taking of a life. control legislation. mandatory busing. out of strength spend whatever is by stimulating
Thinks abortion is Feels such legislation Feels integration rather than weakness. necessary to remain private industry.
justified only when does not prevent can be achieved Wants detente to strong-to be second
(R) the health of the criminals from by other methods, become more of a is to be last.
mother is endangered. obtaining hand-guns two-way street.
and law-abiding
citizens are only
denied a means of
self-defense.
He wants to satisfy Supports Supreme He supports gun Feels busing can be Thinks we may be Carter proposes a Feels defense Looks to stimulate Cart
human needs-puts Court decision. control. Would like made involuntary giving away more national health plan spending can be cut the private sector to supp
particular emphasis Feels abortion is a to see hand-guns where it is necessary than we're getting. funded both by the by some seven or provide more jobs.
on unemployment. matter of individual registered and all to achieve integra- He wants detente to private sector and the eight billion dollars. For those that cannot
(D)Would lend financial choice and that the Saturday night tion. Would not proceed on more federal government. But he looks for a find work in the
J irnv Carter (D) aid to cities through federal government specials done away support a constitu- mutually beneficial tough military private sector, public
extended revenue has no business with. tional amendment grounds. stance. jobs should be
sharing and telling people what banning busing. provided.
guaranteed loans. to do in this area.
Crime control and
housing also top
priorities.
The federal govern- He supports the There is doubt So long as a court Detente should be He believes a No response. He would guarantee He
ment should under Supreme Court whether registration stands it is the law vigorously persued. national health every American ratif
take a program of decision on abortion. of handguns would and must be obeyed. In future dealings insurance program who can work can supp
emergency aid to It boils down to the work, but the sale of Communities should with Russia our can be phased in find a job at a fair to hi
cities and remove freedom to choose or "Saturday Night be given the incentive economic advantages first through total wage. Start with Dem
orris a the ceiling on shun an abortion. Specials" should be to develop atlerna- should be exploited coverage of those public works projects vent
revenue spending. Neither right can be outlawed. tive solutions to to the fullest degree. over 65, then adding ,in mass transit, stat
compromised. busing. children under 6. sewage treatment rati
Coverage for the plants and public
rest of the population facilities can be
would follow this. funded.
George Wallace (D) and anti-abortion candidate Ellen McCormack (D) did not provide issue statements. Statements from candidates responding were supplied by local campaign offices. Other candidates on
who hove withdrawn from active campaigning are Henry Jackson and Sargent.Shriver.

ports strongly.
of the first to
igetting it out
ommittee to
n with.
oses the ERA.
er strongly
forts E.R.A.
strongly supports
fication and will
aort a resolution
old the next
socratic Con-
:ion only in a
e which has
fied ERA.
bthe ble

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