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The Michigan Daily - Wednesaay, September 22, 1999 - 7

Pots propose
teacher fines
flor striking
ILANSING (AlP) - Parents or residents of a school district
could ask that fines be imposed on stinking icachcrs undcr a
House hill introduced yesterday.
House Speaker Chuck Perricone (R-Kalamazoo Township),
said the legislation would close a loophole that allowed Detroit
teachers to strike for nine days at the beginning of this school
year without facing the fine of a day's pay for each day of the
strike.
"There are a number of school districts that have not yet
signed onto contracts this year" he said. "We really feel we
don't want to have another strike'
Inder the school strike ban passed in 1994, teachers can be
teed after school administrators report the strike to the
Michigan Employment Relations Commission, which the
Detroit district chose not to do.
Perricone said the ouse bill would allo w MERC to fine
teachers even if school administrators fail to report the strike. It
also would allow any school district resident or parent to file a
complaitt requesting the fines after the first day of a strike.
"Detroit Public Schools chief David Adamany told the House
Employment Relations Commitee yesterday momning that
enforcing the 1994 ban on teacher strikes is too costly for a
Qe district since a complaint has to be filed against eveiy
teacher
"There would be, more than 8,0001 hear ings. The irtIng of
lawyers for that swould be svey expensive" hi' said.
Perricone said the bill would allow forconsolidated hearings,
which would lower the cost. But Adamany expressed concern
that such hearings would violate teachers' right to due process.
"Maybe swe should be looking at other remedies to teacher
strike Adamany said. "One of those could be a time limit, and
then you could get an injunction" ending the sthike.
,Rep. Paul DeWeese, sponsor of the legislation, said the most
V ittant issue is enforcing the ban on teacher strikes.
"The people of Michigan ,ery nuch value having their stu-
dents in class from day one the Williamson Republican said
think there is broad support for this hill."
But many Democratic leaders said the lase shold be
changed to include binding arbitration, where a third paris
could determine a contract between the teachers and school
administration.
Rep. Julie Dennis D-Muskegon), said allowing the district
to determine the contract without giving teachers the option to
strike is not fair d
h'gWhen you can put out a final contmct, inot a level play-
in her said. "It's not collective bargaining, its what we
fall collective begging"

Piecing things together

MSA
Continued from Page 1
necessity to be fair to other organiza-
tions on campus.
Law third-year student Jodi Masley
argued that MSA leaders are using
the committee as an instrument to
break down the DAAP and sinultane-
ously promote their own political
careers.
"Next to (DAAP members), you
don't look like a leader," Masley said to
Elias. "Stop using MSA funds and
resources, you're just wasting our
time."
The motion to form the committee
was initiated after last week's meeting
when former MSA Rep. Vikram Sarma
brought to MSA's attention a line pub-
lished on the back of the Summer
Student Assemblys newsletter that read

"Run with the DAAP in the MSAelecK
tionsi--November"
Other allegations under investigation'
include the distribution of unauthorized:
flyers in South Quad Residence Hall.'
misuse of the MSA copy machine dur-
ing the past two semesters and misuse
of keys for access to the MSA and PJC
offices.
The committee, headed.b,
Rackham Rep. Josh Trapani. \ill
investigate the allegations and is
expected to recommend a course of
action in two weeks.
In other MSA business, the resolu-
tion to support A Day of Action in
Defense of Affirmative Action passed
as well as a resolution to implement an
online book exchange. The resolution
to continue the campaign to earn a stu-
dent seat on the University Board of
Regents failed.

sLLION CANTER/Dai y
Ann Arbor resident Doris Kennedy helps sew quilts at the Jewish Community Center yesterday
that will be donated to benefit various educational programs.

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FLEMING
Continued from Page 1
well," Fleming recalled
When Fleming assumed his position as head
of the University in I 968, he saw his role in
dealing with the tension as three-fold.
lie said lie had to uphold the University's
reputation for excellence and to maintain the
community's support for his decisions.
But most importantly, Fleming said, he
wanted to avoid allowing local and state
police and the National Guard to intervene in
the many heated protests and demonstrations
that occurred on campus during the '60s and
'70s.
He cited his 20 years of moonlighting as a
professional arbitrator in labor disputes prior

to joining the University as good experience.
"My official function was to ... get it settled."
Fleming served this same function while at
the University, sometimes coming under harsh
criticism for his choice to dissipate student
demonstrations without the use of police
force. It was "better to go out and talk to
them." he said.
LSA senior Rebecca lhrie, who attended
Fleming's lecture last night, recalled a
demonstration she witnessed two years ago on
campus, adding that Fleming's presentation
"put a whole new perspective" on demonstra-
tions.
Engineering first-year student Brian
Cheung said he enjoyed learning the history
"from someone who was actually there, rather
than the textbook version."

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Robert Frost Collegiate Professor of
English Language and Literature
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