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Page 2-The Michigan Daily- Friday, September 11, 1992

BUSH
Continued from page 1
and line-item veto, and a plan to re-
form America's complicated legal
system.
Bush noted that American busi-
nesses spend more than $200 bil-
lion annually in direct costs to
lawyers - putting America at a

disadvantage
Germany.

to Japan

"We will never lead the world
into the 21st century until we learn
to sue each other less and care for
each other more," the president
said.
Bush was introduced by
Michigan Gov. John Engler, who
reaffirmed his support for the presi-

dent's re-election campaign. Engler
accused Bush's opponent, Arkansas
Gov. Bill Clinton, of supporting
auto standards that would cripple
Michigan's automotive industry
and cause skyrocketing unemploy-
ment.
"If it's jobs you're interested in,
then the choice this November is
clear," Engler said in reference to
Bush.

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WASHINGTON (AP) -
Congressional critics accused the
Justice Department yesterday of fail-
ing to pursue large corporate pol-
luters as Environmental Protection
Agency investigators acknowledged
being undercut by the department's
refusal to prosecuting cases.
"Time and time again, cases are
dropped or plea bargained away at
very light penalties," complained

Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), chair
of the House Energy and Commerce
Committee.
The investigators said they found
cases in which EPA enforcement
officials felt strongly that they had
successful criminal cases, but were
thwarted by the Justice Department's
Environ-mental Crimes Section's re-
fusal to prosecute.
In one of six cases examined in

detail by the committee's investiga-
tions subcommittee, prosecution was
dropped after an indictment had
been obtained. In another case,
Justice agreed to a misdemeanor
penalty and a small fine, although
the defendant had offered earlier to
plead guilty to a single felony charge
and a much larger fine.
The Justice Department declined
to comment.

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PLAN
Continued from page 1
chief economist at Comerica Bank
of Detroit, said that in general, free
trade was good for the nation's
economy.
Sen. Don Riegle (D-Mich.) was
disappointed in Bush's speech,
touted by White House aides as a
major statement of economic
philosophy.
"I expected to hear him say
'Look, I know you have terrible
problems in Michigan ... you've lost
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all these jobs, you've got plants
closing. We've got an immediate
plan to start creating jobs right now
that are going to put people back to
work.' There was none of that,"
Riegle said.
Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) also
expressed disappointment. "He has
done nothing to use the tools he's
been given to reverse our painfully
weak trade policy," Levin said.
Littmann, however, lauded the
possibility of cutting and indexing
capital-gains taxes to inflation.
SURVEY
Continued from page 1
Institute for Social Research. Open
forums will also be held Sept. 21 and
23 to discuss the proposal.
While some students said they
did not remember receiving the
packet over the summer and had
never heard of the new proposal,
others read through it and chose not
to respond.
"It was too long," said LSA se-
nior Dana Visser. "I kind of started
reading it but it was too boring. I
didn't think it would effect me be-
cause I'm not the kind of person who
would get into trouble."
First-year Ph.D. student Barry
Decicco said he skimmed through
the proposal but did not send in his
comments. Decicco said the re-
sponse was self-selective because
many students, particularly those

"That is so justifiable and defen-
sible ... he must establish that beach-
head rather than scatter his economic
proposals across an entire island," he
said.
Bush said the White House wants
Congress to agree to $130 billion in
spending cuts, which would translate
to a 1 percent across-the-board cut in
tax rates. Littmann was less im-
pressed with that.
"That's been promised so many
times, there's no credibility there,
there's no probability there," he said.
who did not like the proposed code,
would not bother to respond and
therefore the results will be
"meaningless."
U-M officials said student re-
sponses are still coming in daily. U-
M Director of planning and com-
munication Shirley Clarkson said
she was "struck by the time and at-
tention students put into (their re-
sponses)," and said many were
"thoughtful" and "meaningful."
More recently, U-M faculty
members were also sent copies of
the same policy with a questionnaire
to fill out. Responses have just
started to come back to the Office of
Student Affairs
Hartford said the policy, drafted
around the current code at Stanford
University, is ambiguous. "Students
said they liked the Stanford model.
It's very vague ... some like it vague,
but some don't."

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