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Page 14-Friday, February 12, 1982-The Michigan Daily

Emergency FialnancialAid Letter-Writing Day Feb.

12.

I

Laist

year ,

we students
student f ins

lost $400 million,,

This year

Washington

wants

to cut $1.5 billion

in

federal

uncial

aid funds.

STUDENT
-National-i

AID FUNDING
.n millions

1

programs
Pell Grants

82-83
2,188
278.4
484

3STATUS
of dollars
83-84
1,400
0
397.5

81~-83

%age decrease

40%
100%

SEOG
Work

Study

28%-

Nactional

Direct

Student

Loan
SSIG

178.6
67. 5

0
0

100%
100%

TOTAL

3!,

197.5

11,797.5

50%

that

only

weapon

against

these

devastating

cuts is to demonstrate:

our unity

and strength--

we will

not submit

to this attack

on higher. -education without

a fight .

SUGGES TED

OUTLINE

FOR LETTER:

-first

sentence-express

your

awareness

and

concern

about

the impending

federal

financial

aid cuts as a U of M student.

-second

sentenge-speci fy

your own situation ;

your

family's

ability

.o help'./ou pay,
.aid.

how

i
,

you can not meet

costs

without

grants

and financial

-third

sentence-

urge

your

congressman

to support

our cause:

the

cause

of higher

education.

- .last-give

your

name and address.

- ~ -3
Meow.. FL @

Qi~rt--of -state

In-'State

Reps

Influential
Committee Mi

.Budget
[embers :

District

Rep .

I@ ,

C

«> .

- i H

..:

. Ia
94

I- --

r f ru
w M

I

--M Ht ~

House:

Rep. Jones'
Rep .:Latta

(D-Wisc.
(R-Ohio)
(D-Ill. )

1 Conyers
2. Pursell
3 Wolpe
4 Siljander

Rep:.

Simon

5

Sawyer

11 Davis
12 Bonior w
13 Crockett.
14 Hertel
15 Ford
16 Ding&ll
17? Brodhead
18 Blanehard
19 Brobmf i ~d

I-

6 Dunn

Senate :

-..

h_

17 ,~ _

Sen. IXomenici
Sen. Hollings

(R-N:M. )
(D-S.C.)

Ben.

Me tzenbaum

9 Van~der

Jagt

(D-Ohio )

10 Albosta

7 Kildee
8 Traxler

d

. / .f
Y 4

United States
Congressional Districts
METROPOLITAN DETROIT AREA
Wayne, Oakland, Macomb County
Michigan
Cong ressionalI
Districts

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, I !1
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STUDENT
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