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The Michigan Daily - Thursday, December 2, 1993 - 7

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Sen. Levin
calls for
assault
r r
re an
LANSING (AP)-U.S. Sen. Carl
Levin said yesterday he hopes public
pressure and law enforcement sup-
port will help a ban on assault weap-
ons squeak through the House next
year.
The Detroit Democrat said those
two factors will be "more powerful, I
pray and hope, for the Congress than
the lobbyists for the NRA (National
Rifle Association)."
"We don't know whether we're
going to win this. It's going to depend
on the public," he said. "On the Brady
Bill, we saw how the public can liter-
ally turn around Congress in 24
hours."
It cleared the Senate last week
despite a Republican filibuster that
twice made it appear the bill was
doomed. Levin said the public sup-
port shifted the handful of votes
needed to get the bill through.
President Clinton signed the Brady
Bill into law Tuesday.
Levin said the Brady Bill, which
institutes a five-day waiting period
and background check to purchase a
handgun, is a good first step and ban-
ning assault weapons was the next
logical move.
But a top official with the NRA,
Tom Washington, said the effort
would infringe on the constitutional

Stakes are
high in quest
to fix Hubble
SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP)
NASA, in this week's scheduled
rescue mission to fit the telescope
with corrective glasses and replace
other parts that have failed or caused
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This mission has a lock on super-
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Hubble is not nearly the failure
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"What the public knows about the
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"It is not. We have been doing science
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AP PHOTO
U.S. Sen. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) holds an assault rifle during a news
conference at the Michigan State Police Training Academy yesterday.

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right of law-abiding citizens to own
guns and would do nothing to cut
down crime.
"Everyone is still waiting for the
first day that a gun gets up by itself
and kills someone or holds up astore,"
Washington said. " A gun is just a
tool. We have completely and totally
lost sight of the root causes of crime
in our society.
"This is just the beginning of what
the advocates of the Brady Bill hope
will be a total abolition on firearms."
Washington criticized Levin for
pushing for toughergun controls while
voting against tougher penalties on
criminals.
"I wish Senator Levin was as en-

thusiastic about really stopping crimes
and really stopping criminals as he is
about stopping law-abiding, taxpay-
ing citizens - his constituents -
from exercising their constitutional
rights. He's way off base," he said.
Levin said all the major law en-
forcement groups support the ban.
However, James Fotis, the execu-
tive director of the 35,000-member
Law Enforcement Alliance of
America said those groups don't re-
flect the view of officers on the street.
Fotis said most officers want tougher
sentences for criminals

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