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The Michigan Daily- Tuesday, October 6, 1992- Page 7

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Court will
hear cases
to regulate
education
WASHINGTON (AP) - The
Supreme Court opened its 1992-93
term yesterday by agreeing to re-
solve two key church-state disputes
10 from familiar constitutional battle-
grounds - public and parochial
schools.
The justices said they will decide
in an Arizona case whether public
schools must pay for sign-language
interpreters for deaf children attend-
ing parochial schools.
The Arizona case dates back to
1987, when Larry and Sandra
Zobrest asked the Catalina Foothills
School District in Tucson to provide
their son James with a sign-language
interpreter to help him in his studies
at Salpointe Catholic High School.
School officials were willing to
pay for such help if James attended a
public school, but not if he contin-
ued attending a parochial school.
James was graduated from
Salpointe last June, but his parents
are seeking to be reimbursed for
what they paid for an interpreter
during his four years there.
The justices also voted to decide
in a case from New York whether
groups may be banned from using
public schools during non-school
hours for "religious purposes" when
some non-religious use is allowed.
The court issued orders in more
*than 1,400 cases.
The justices agreed to decide
whether the Bush administration
may continue its policy of intercept-
ing Haitian refugees at sea and re-
turning them to their country
without asylum hearings.
A federal appeals court ruled that
Haitian boat people must have a
chance to prove they deserve asy-
0 lum. The Bush administration says
the refugees are merely fleeing eco-
nomic hard times, not political per-
secution.
In other action yesterday, the
court:
Rejected, without comment in
an Indiana case, arguments that the
1991 Civil Rights Act applies
retroactively to employment-bias
lawsuits that were pending when the
federal law was enacted.
Said it will use a case from
New Jersey to decide whether the
FBI automatically may withhold
from public disclosure the identities
of all the sources it contacts during
criminal investigations.
Agreed to consider killing a
huge antitrust lawsuit filed by 19
states, numerous local governments
and businesses against four major
insurance companies accused of
plotting to reduce the liability cover-
age businesses buy.
Turned down the appeal of a
South Carolina man found to be
mentally ill but nevertheless sen-
tenced to death for killing two chil-
dren and injuring nine others during
an armed rampage at an elementary

school.
Voted to decide in a Minnesota
case whether police who frisk some-
one for weapons may search further
if they detect something that feels
like an illegal drug.

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Hand me downs
Andy Epstein, an LSA junior, investigates battery-powered hands on sale
from Paul Smith on the corner of South University and East University
avenues yesterday.

COURT
Continued from page 1
Arbitrator Jay Grenig said firing
usually was justified for "extremely
serious offenses, such as stealing or
striking a foreman."
Hlowever, he said, "less serious
infractions call not for discharge for
the first offense, but for some
milder penalty aimed at correc-
tion.
Grenig refused to consider the other
alleged harassment incidents, saying
Chrysler had not mentioned them
when it fired Gallenbeck.
Chrysler sued to challenge the
arbitrator's ruling, but a federal judge
dismissed the lawsuit. The judge said

there is a well-established public
policy against sexual harassment, but
offenders don't have to be fired in all
cases.
The judge deferred to the
arbitrator' s decision not to consider
the otheralleged harassment incidents.
The 7thU.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
affirmed the ruling.
In the appeal acted on yesterday,
Chrysler said, "There is no doubt ...
that there is a well-defined, dominant
and explicit public policy againstsuch
harassment."
The court's ruling harms efforts to
halt sexual harassment at work, the
company said.
The case is Chrysler vs. Interna-
tional Union, 92-38.

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