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The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 21, 1994 - 7

*STABENOW
Continued from page 1
Stabenow also reassured the group that
things were starting to look up for the ticket.
"As we go into the last 2-1/2 weeks, mo-
mentum is moving, things are clicking," she
said. "We are going to continue to point out
John Engler's record of extremism."
Robin Evans, co-chair of College Demo-
crats, said getting the room set up was about
Wthe best they could do on short notice.
"We got a call from the campaign on
Tuesday," she said. "We would have liked to

do more."
Stabenow also took time to praise the
work of state Sen. Lana Pollack of Ann Arbor.
Originally elected to the Senate in 1982, Pol-
lack was unsuccessful in her run for the U.S.
Senate this summer, losing in the Democratic
primary to U.S. Rep. Bob Carr.
Other Democratic candidates in attendance
included Alma Wheeler Smith for state Sen-
ate, Liz Brater for state House, David Stead
for mayor of Ann Arbor, and 1st Ward Coun-
cilwoman Tobi Hanna-Davies. Several mem-
bers of Wolpe's campaign staff and the Col-
lege Democrats rounded out the attendance.

Clinton signs education bill at Kennedy rally

From Daily Wire Services
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. - The noontime
rally at Nevins Municipal Hall yesterday
looked like a sort of joint rescue effort, with
battered President Clinton and beleaguered
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy offering praise for
each other's achievements, scorn for their
critics and predictions that their political for-
tunes were about to turn.
"Until the last few days, this had the ear-
marks of an unusual election where people
were in danger of voting against what they're

for and for what they were against because of
the inordinate success of our opponents in
talking things to death and confusing things,"
Clinton declared to the hoots and cheers of a
partisan crowd that chanted, "Six more years!"
Kennedy, a liberal lion and 32-year Senate
veteran, got good news yesterday with publi-
cation of a Boston Herald/WCVB-TV poll
that showed him building a 10-point lead over
Republican Mitt Romney.
Clinton, too, seemed buoyed by the enthu-
siastic receptions he received during a two-

day swing to New York and Massachusetts
after weeks of being avoided by some Demo-
cratic candidates in states where his popular-
ity has sagged. And he brought more than
rhetoric to the Bay State: He signed a $60
billion, five-year education bill that Kennedy
had been instrumental in getting enacted into
law.
In the John F. Kennedy Gymnasium at
Framingham High School, Clinton said the
measure passed Congress "in a bipartisan
fashion for all the children of this country."

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Environment tops local forum

FORUM
Continued from page 5
environment.
Brater called for additional zon-
'ing regulations to limit development
in environmentally sensitive areas.
Birnbaum objected.
"We already have land-use reform
in terms of zoning," Birnbaum said.
Instead, she urged the state to provide
incentives to family farms.
Brater attacked Gov. John Engler's
reorganization of the Michigan De-
partmentof Natural Resources, which
was designed to reduce costs and de-
0centralize the agency. "I'm totally
opposed to his dismantling of the com-
missions of the DNR," Brater said.
"It's not only the commissions; the
staff is dwindling."
Birnbaum reserved comment on
Engler's reorganization of the depart-
ment. "Part of the reorganization was
intended to bring more of the
department's services to the public.
Whether that's happened, I don't
know."
Brater and Birnbaum both pushed
for a moratorium on deep-well injec-
tion facilities and hazardous-waste.
incinerators in Michigan.
Brater touted her environmental
record as Ann Arbor mayor, bringing

a sharp retort from her opponent.
"When my opponent ran for mayor
a second time, she was soundly de-
feated, and there were strong reasons
for that." Birnbaum did not elaborate.
State House
Acknowledging that the Michi-
gan Farm Bureau has endorsed her
opponent, incumbent Rep. Mary
Schroer said the farm bureau has its
own agenda. Schroer is opposed by
Republican Martin Straub.
"We need to be very serious about
what kinds of pesticides are being
used in our state and what their effect
will be on our environment and our
children," Schroer said.
State Senate
Democrat Alma Wheeler Smith
said she-- as a legislative assistant to
outgoing Sen. LanaPollack--helped
draft a law that required polluters to
pay for their environmental cleanups.
"I don't believe that the 'pollut-
ers-pay' law itself stands in the way
of urban development," Wheeler
Smith said. "We are discovering that
there are provisions in the law that
actually encourage Type C urban
cleanups."
Wheeler Smith faces Republican
Joe Mikulec for the Senate seat.

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