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is "using a number of strategies to
get people to learn about their
issues as well.
"We had parties where we handed
out candy, we put our names on
cups and we're talking to everyone.
Not everyone wants to listen, but
me people are really interested in
new issues our party is offer-
ing," said McDonough.
Another U-Dems LSA-SG candi-
date, Christine Hammer, said she
plans to be campaigning on a more
personal level with voters during
the final days before the end of the
"I'm trying to talk to people I
know and talk about specific
issues," said Hammer.
"It's about the personal connec-
tion andtgetting people to turn out.
I hope to convince people what
happens in MSA matters to them,"
Caroline Wong, campaign man-
ager for the Defend Affirmative
Action Party, said their most pow-
erful campaign strategy is giving
out information to students.
"We have a table with information.
We get attention by trying to talk to as
many people as we can," said Wong.
Michigan Party supporter and
LSA senior Elanor Priest said the
candidates hope to get students to
vote for them but also hope to
increase the percentage of students
voting as a whole.
"We're trying to meet more peo-
ple and making sure people at least
know the issues so MSA actually
represents the students and not just
10 percent of them," Priest said.
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these types of bottles are the number one item
cleaned up from Michigan beaches.
In 1997, the Center for Marine Conservation
cleaned up 1,363 non-deposit bottles along
Michigan shorelines, Hathaway said.
This bill is a reintroduction of a bill sponsored
by Switalski alone last year, said Patterson.
"I decided this year as House majority floor
leader I needed to get on board," he said. "There
doesn't seem to be a logical reason for (the bot-
tles) not to be included."
Legislating deposits on additional containers
now, however, is far from a sure thing. Grocers
are leery of any proposed requirement that would
add to the piles of containers they already have to
accept, especially when store owners are under
growing pressure keep their premises clean.
"We're really at a critical point because of the
new emphasis on food safety," Linda Gobler,
president of the Michigan Grocers Association,
told The DetroitNews, "It's not uncommon to
find roaches, diapers, even condoms, in thne bags
of bottles and cans people return."
But all parties involved said they are more than
willing to work with the grocer's industry.
"We're meeting with everyone in the industry
to work everything out in advance," Hathaway
Patterson said grocers are often handling
200 percent the number of bottles they sell.
"We don't want our highways and byways to be
littered," he said, but careful consideration has
to be taken in placing that litter next to "our
"We're trying to convene a meeting of all the
interested parties to look at how we can deal with
problems and still expand the law," Switalski
said. "If we get everybody who has interest in it
involved than we've got a good chance" of pass-
ing the bill.
Sen. Burton Leland (D-Detroit) is working on
a similar bill in the Senate.
- The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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"They should have told us this before we spent five
hours out here building it," said LSA junior Dani Gate-
DPS Officer Joseph Anderson spoke to DAAP and the' -
"We're not making anybody leave," he said. "It's a Uni-
versity policy issue."
LSA sophomore Nicole Matti was also on the Diag at
that time passing out purple ribbons for Students Against
Violence Everywhere. She was allowed to remain because
she did not have a table.
"I'm just hoping the police officer wouldn't come and
tell me to stop being nonviolent," Matti said.
Candidates from several parties said they did not agree
with the University policy of only three groups on th
Diag ata time.
"I don't think the cancer people should have to leave
just because DAAP wants to be on the Diag," said Michi-
gan Party presidential candidate Doug Tietz.
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