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DEBATE
Continued from page 1
night was a smaller version of
what's going on in general on this
campus," she said.
Sofiya Khalid, the woman who
addressed the assembly Tuesday
night and was referred to by a
derogatory comment, attended the
end of the debate. Several audience
members exited the room when
Khalid asked anyone in the room to
explain to her seven-year-old son
why his mother was called a bitch.
The candidates also addressed the
administration's recent charges
against three student demonstrators
for their behavior during the riot at
the Fleming Building Feb. 20 during
deputization hearings.
"The charges'are ridiculous and
the administration's reaction is
ridiculous," Fox said. "The adminis-
tration is prosecuting these students
to try and save face even though
they know they have to lose. They
are spending students' money to go
to court and it's a waste of time and
our money."

Gast said he thought the adminis-
tration was obligated to follow the
law.
"The administration has to up-
hold the law. I think that by taking
these cases to a court of law they
will be treated fairly and whatever
decision comes out will be a good
one," Gast said.
The candidates were also asked
to state opinions on tuition and
housing increases in the past year.
"We'd like to work with the
Michigan Collegiate Coalition to
lobby for tuition freezes with legisla-
tors in Lansing," Fox said. "We have
been going through the University
budget to decipher it and cut out the
fat and we plan to distribute it to
students on campus so they can see
where their money is going."
Gast agreed that the assembly
needs to address tuition costs.
"Students are entitled to an af-
fordable education," Gast said. "CC
will continue to work with the ad-
minstration to see if we can find
ways of cutting costs in the
University so students can afford
their education."

Spirit awards
Three University students receive
the General Motors Volunteer Spirit
Award for outstanding community
service yesterday in the Michigan
Union. From left to right they are:
LSA senior Pamela Clapp, LSA
senior Emily Singer and LSA junior
Bhavin Shah..To their left is
University President James
Duderstadt, and to their right is GM
Vice President John Grettenberger.
Clapp is co-chair of the senior
pledge program and an executive
board member of the Student
Alumni Council. Shah is vice
president of the University Activities
Center and a resident adviser.
Singer has held several leadership
positions in the Panhellenic
Association, and volunteered with
the University's office of Services
for Students with Disabilities.

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TAX
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on a New York sidewalk outside an
H&R Block office warning voters
that Brown's proposed 13 percent
flat tax would bite deeper into their
incomes.
"It triples taxes on the poor, dra-
matically increases taxes 'on the
middle-class and lowers taxes only
on the wealthiest Americans,"
Clinton said, pointing to a chart.
"This proposal is a disaster ... It's a
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would make things worse," he said.
Brown admits the plan has flaws
but suggests those could be rectified
later. The built-in inequity for the
poor could be overcome by spending
more money on them, he suggests.
As he made the rounds of net-
work morning shows, Brown was
asked about his choice for vice pres-
ident if he should win the nomina-
tion. He again mentioned the Rev.
Jesse Jackson, saying the civil rights
leader could help heal racial tensions
dividing Americans.
Reached for comment later,
Jackson said he had "no commit-
ment to any individual on that."
"I am honored to be considered
for the ticket, honored that someone
would value my service on that
level," Jackson said. "But this is not

painted Clinton's labor record in
harsh terms.
"When you look at presidential
candidates I want you to compare
the record of a right-to-work, union-
busting, scab-inviting, wage-
depressing, environmental disaster
governor versus the labor governor
and somebody who's on your side,"
Brown said.
He scoffed at Clinton's choice of
an H&R Block office to attack his
flat-tax proposal, saying it would be
so simple that fewer taxpayers
would need help in preparing their
returns.
"Is he trying to prove a point, that
he's trying to protect the jobs of
people that are reduced under the flat
tax, that could serve other needs like
child care?" said Brown.

war on New York tax and we need the time to talk about tickets, it
to reject it in this primary." seems to me."
Clinton said Brown's proposal Brown rode a train to
would increase the budget deficit. "It Philadelphia on Tuesday morning
sounds great and sounds simple but for an AFL-CIO meeting and
This proposal is a disaster ... and we need to
reject it in this primary.'
-Bill Clinton
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ASSEMBLY
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hear grievances about the deputized
police force.
The compiled code change
passed with an amendment that pre-
vents paid MSA employees to be
members of the oversight board.
The assembly then passed the
minutes for the part of the meeting
covering the debate on the code
change, so the addition to the code
will take effect immediately.
Normally, the assembly would
have adopted the minutes for last
night's meeting next week, but then
the oversight .board election re-
quirements would not have taken
effect until Tuesday, the second day
of MSA elections.
Because the code changes take
effect this week, students will be
elected to the board in the upcoming
election rather than waiting until
next fall.
LSA Rep. Corey Hill also placed
a resolution regarding the School of
Nursing on Tuesday night's agenda.
The resolution calls on MSA to
recommend that the School of

Nursing increase enrollment per-
centages and begin programs to re-
cruit males, people of color and eco-
nomically disadvantaged people into
various programs at the School of
Nursing.
"I believe it's important to con-
tinue the spirit of the Michigan
Mandate and this resolution is work-
ing toward this goal," Hill said.
The resolution also asks that the
School of Nursing remove "nursing"
from its name.
"Such action would signal an end
to the anti-male, anti-people of color
atmosphere that the nursing profes-
sion and society itself have long en-
couraged," the resolution says.
"I believe students will benefit
from an increased awareness of the
opportunities which the nursing pro-
fession offers," Hill said. "Most of
their students are white women. I
think it's important to ensure all op-
portunities are made available to all
students."
As of Tuesday night's meeting,
LSA Rep. Jeff Muir, Architecture
Rep. Jason Richardson and Rackham
Rep. Alan Wu each accumulated 12
absences and were dismissed from.
the assembly.

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