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May 19, 1976 - Image 10

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Wednesday; May 19, 1976

Page TenN.~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 19, 1976

Ford seeks busing review
WASHINGTON (P-President solution less destructive to com- signaled that heV
Ford asked Atty. Gen. Edward munity life." a decision, said Ju
§ & SD E Levi to look for a court case to THE WHITE House said the ment spokesman '
have the Supreme Court re-ex- request was made by Ford on WHILE THE t
amine busing for school integra- Nov. 20.
tion, the White House disclosed Nessen's disclosure came as groups met separs
yesterday. civil rights leaders were telling vately with Levia
Levi that he could launch a re- partment officials,
Press Secretary Ron Nessen turn to 19th Century segregation dispute over the is
said that Ford, some time ago, if he joins antibusing forces in the open.
asked Levi to look for an appro- seeking a Supreme Court review Assistant Atty.
- priate case "to re-examine bus- of court-ordered busing in Bos- Pottinger, head<
ing as a remedy, a case to allow ton rights division, pu
the attorney general to reach a- But Boston leaders opposed to for the first time ti
busing argued that Levi could with the civil right
5 5 help ease tension in the troubled opposes departmen

won't rush to
stice Depart-
Robert Havel.
wo Boston
tely and pri-
aod other de-
an internal
sue came out
Gen. Stanley
of the civil
blicly stated
hat tie agrees
s leaders and
it intervention

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"ANY DECISION to intervene
in the Boston busing case will
have to be made by the attorney
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In the ccse.
Solicitor General Robert Bork
is kn 'wn to favor Supreme Court
review of the Boston case, pos-
sibly as a vehicle forsa broader
consideration of busing as a
tool for school desegregation.
Pattinger described Horx as
"tie moving party in this"
The Boston Home and School
Association, Mayor Kevin White,
the Boston School Committee
and the Teachers Union have
asked the high court to review
and overturn a U.S. Circuit
Court decision upholding District
Judge Arthur Garrity's order
imposing busing.
The antibusing forces want
the department to file a friend
of the court brief supporting
their request for a Supronme
Court hearing.
Tax bill1
(Continued from Page 3)
Also, money which now goes
into the general fund could be
pat toward the Governor's pro-
posed Resource Heritage Fund
to purchase new par kand rec-
reation land.
"The tax increase wcill not
deter oit and gas production in
Michigan," said Hullard. "Oil
and gas will continue to be pro-
duced in the state as long as it
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