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The Michigan Daily -Thursday, September 13, 1990 - Page 7

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Senate commences Souter
confirmation hearings today

WASHINGTON (AP) - After
weeks of researching the opinions of
Supreme Court nominee David
Souter, the Senate confronts him to-
day in order to flesh out a portrait
that, so far, is little more than an
outline.
The confirmation process facing
Souter fits the legal definition of a
discovery: "the disclosure or coming
to light of what was previously hid-
den." In Souter's case, what has been
hidden is not the facts of his life and
lifestyle, but his judicial philoso-
phy.
Yesterday, the eve of the Sen-
ate Judiciary Committee hearings, a
host of special interest groups called
news conferences to present what

they know of Souter the Judge. The and a m
nominee, incidentally, had lunch mother3
yesterday at the White House with ment ho
President George Bush, and, as Sinc
always, declined to take any July 23
questions. alike ha
The known Souter is a bachelor, cess, for
51 years old next Monday, whose re- laws an
sume glitters with a Harvard law de- Lib
gree and a Rhodes scholarship. Ex- Souter's
cept for two years in private practice, der disc
he spent 10 years in the state attor- ment me
ney general's office and 12 in vari- rights, a
ous judgeships. rape.
His reputation is that of a As
bachelor, with a reputation of a Soutero
Norman Rockwell New Englander, state'sl
who lives alone in a farmhouse, abortion
drives cheap subcompacts, lunches v. Wad
only on cottage cheese and apples the law.

nan who faithfully visits his
each Sunday in her retire-
me.
e Bush nominated him on
, liberals and conservatives
ave groped, with little suc-
r shreds of Souter's views on
id philosophies.
eral groups worry about
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opposed efforts to repeal the
19th century laws making
ns criminal, even though Roe
e had mooted enforcement of

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LANSING (AP) - Worried that
Michigan is becoming a haven for
suicide after two widely publicized
cases, a lawmaker said yesterday he
will sponsor a bill that would make
it a felony to help people kill them-
selves.
The bill was prompted by the
recent cases of a terminally ill
California woman whose husband is
charged with helping her kill herself
in a Detroit-area hotel and an Oregon

woman who came to Michigan to
use a Royal Oak doctor's machine.
"Myself and others are very, very
concerned about Michigan
continuing to be considered some
type of suicide haven," said Sen Fred
Dillingham, (R-Fowlerville).
"We've had these examples of
people traveling thousands of miles
to reach what is considered to be the
safe state of Michigan to perform
assisted suicides. I think that is

certainly a very black eye on
Michigan nationally," he said.
His legislation would make it
illegal to help someone commit or
attempt to commit suicide. It would
carry a maximum penalty of four
years in prison and a $2,000 fine.
Michigan currently has no law
that addresses assisted suicide. The'
Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled
it isn't covered by murder laws.

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is from MLB 3.
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ticket to the football season.

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