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the proposed research center is a part.
During his speech, which followed the
annual "State of the City" address at
Weber's Inn, Milliken urged Ann Arbor
business executives gathered at the
breakfast to apply pressure to the state
legislature to approve the governor's
plan. Milliken's program apparently
has been stalled in the state capitol.
"Unless we-the legislature and
Ihave taken steps between now and
Christmas to deal with the problem (of
the tats ailing economy) this session
will be a failure," Milliken said, adding
that the voters will then be able "to pin
the (blame where it belongs-on the
legislature and the governor."
THE STATE'S econo'my is in the wor-
st shape since the Great Depression of
the 1930s, Milliken said, but the state
government can take action to help
business rebuild the economy. The goal
of the governor's package, Milliken ex-
plained, is to "make it easier for
business to operate."
The economy of the state, Milliken
pointed out, is directed by both con-
trollable and uncontrollable forces. The
governor cannot deter the damaging ef-
fects of federal aid cutbacks and high
interest rates upon the economy, but
Lansing can help counter those effects
with positive measures designed to
promote industrial stimulation of the
economy, he said. Among the steps the
state gdvernment can take are those
such as business deregulation, single-
business taxation, and economic diver-
sification, which are outlined in his
recovery program, Milliken said.
"We are reaching the crisis stage,"
Milliken warned, and it is up to the
legislature to solve the problem by
passing his economic package.
State Rep. Perry Bullard (D-Ann
Arbor), who listened to the governor's
speech, said Milliken was attempting to
pressure legislators by speaking at
local Chambers of Commerce across
"the state. But, Bullard added, "he is a
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