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SPAM
Continued from Page 1A
Bartz said.
While the new markers on spam are already in effect,
a separate bill proposes even more safeguards for e-
mail users against spam.
Bishop's bill, similar to Huizenga's, contains an addi-
tional proposal, the creation of a statewide "do-not-e-
mail" list. This addition has stalled the bill in the
legislature and Bishop said he is not optimistic about
the bill's future or the future of a "do-not-e-mail" list in
general.
"The leaders of the Internet industry are putting the leg-
islature under pressure and confusing the people. They
claim the creation of this list will doom the Internet when
they're just mad because they are the biggest spammers of
all," Bishop said.
Bishop has long been a supporter of a "do-not-e-
mail" list, but Huizenga is apprehensive.
"We had the Michigan Manufacturers Association
look at both the subject markers and the 'do-not-e-
mail' list, and they all came down on the side of subject
line (ADV) opt-out" Huizenga said.
While all parties involved agree that spam will be
impossible to eradicate, the new laws are making spam
easier to identify and regulate.

Brain damage found in
lab rats exposed to cell
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STUDY
Continued from Page 1A
ation of users may suffer negative
effects, perhaps as early as in mid-
dle age."
It is not unusual to see students
walking to class while talking on
their phones, and many students
find that discounted long-distance
offers from service providers are an
easy alternative to calling from
their dorm or home line.
"It is more convenient to make
calls (that way). I don't think I've
ever used my dorm phone," LSA
freshman Brittany Vonbehren said.

In fact, the long distance rates for
calls made from University Resi-
dence Halls reach as high as $0.07
per minute during peak hours of the
day, and due to the need for an
"authcode" to make long distance
calls, can only be made from a stu-
dent's own dorm phone.
Researchers in the study recom-
mended purchasing a headset as
another safer alternative. Headsets
can be purchased from cell phone
retailers, with prices ranging any-
where from $15 up to $100,
depending on the model and brand
of the phone.

OPEC
Continued from Page 1A
recent increases in gas prices, oil has
remained relatively cheaper compared to pre-
vious years.
"The price of oil in real terms has been
generally low over the last several years," she
said.
OPEC's decision to reduce its production
levels surprised many analysts, who expected
the cartel to maintain its previous quota of
25.4 crude barrels per day. But yesterday's
move was motivated by the member nations'
projections that demand will decrease in the
future, Percy said.
"They're afraid, I think, that when we come
out of the winter there'll be too much supply"
of oil, he said.
OPEC officials predicted that the daily
supply of crude oil would have led to a sur-
plus of 2.5 million barrels by next April if
production levels were not reduced.
But by cutting down the supply of oil,
OPEC countries can prevent prices from
falling in the future.
Iraq also returned to an OPEC meeting for
the first time since the United States toppled

"The price of oil in real terms
has been generally low over
the last several years"
- Francine Lafontaine
Business School professor
Saddam Hussein's regime in March, repre-
sented by newly appointed Oil Minister
Ibrahim Bahr al-Uloum. OPEC officials said
yesterday's production cuts will lower quotas
to their pre-war level - before Iraq was
removed from the market.
Iraq currently produces about 1.8 million barrels
of oil each day, which is 700,000 barrels less than
the amount produced before the war.
Iraq possesses the second-largest proven
reserve of crude oil in the world, but its facil-
ities are suffering from years of neglect under
U.N. sanctions and more recently from lost-
ing at the end of the war.
OPEC is expected to meet again Dec. 4 to
reassess market conditions, and some analysts pre-
dict further production cuts later this year.
- The Associated Press contributed to this
report.

For students like Devens, the Univer-
sity only looks at the parent who claims
Continued from Page 1A their child as a dependent for need-
receives a large amount of financial aid based aid.
because his mother claims him as a In addition, the University cur-
dependent on tax and financial aid rently offers Academic Manage-
forms. ment Service as an alternative
The University Office of Financial payment plan, but there are no sub-
Aid offers more assistance for students stitute plans for children of
whose parents have a lower combined divorced parents.
income. Adam Fishman's parents had set
"Financial aid offices don't even look aside a fund for his college education
at the other parent's information. ... before their divorce while he was in
This makes it easier to get more," high school.
Devens said. Fishman, who turned 21 yester-
the michigan daily

day, predominantly lives with his
mother, but his father is the custo-
dial parent. Fishman's father pays
for most of school due to the
divorce agreement.
"Both my parents pay for school
through the account. It's kind of
different though because my dad is
the custodian," Fishman said.
Legislative solutions have not
reached Michigan yet.
"This is something that public policy
really needs to address, especially for
students with disabilities or handi-
caps," Victor said.

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