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FUNDRAISING
Continued from page 1A
gift development and cultivating donors" to
replace Geof Follansbe, who held Baily's
position until May.
Baily said one of the key parts of culti-
vating donors is building long-term rela-
tionships with alumni and parents.
"Building alumni relations is sort of the
foundation on which you hope that you will
develop people like (Stephen Ross)," Leary
said, referring to the real estate mogul's
recent donation of $100 million to the Busi-
ness School.
"We do a whole number of activities that
try to engage people in the life of the Law
School," Baily said. The school holds small,
private dinners as well as large receptions
and events, he said. They also have a staff
that travels the country to meet with pro-
spective donors.
"Our best donors are people that
have given to us in the past," Baily
said. "They have shown an interest
and an affinity towards supporting the
Law School."
The Law School also actively seeks new
donors by building relationships with them.
"We use volunteers to help us identify other
prospective donors, (and) people come to

us and offer support."
May said Ross's gift to the Business
School has had unexpected benefits aside
from making the Michigan Difference cam-
paign $100 million closer to its goal. "It's
had a great psychological impact because
it's made donors realize how important
Michigan is. It has stimulated other people
to give. It's been a model for other people,"
he said.
"Stephen Ross's gift has helped a lot of
people stretch their thinking about the size
of their gift. A lot of people will probably
increase the size of their gifts because of
Mr. Ross's gift. It inspires people," May
added.
Coleman said she worked very closely
with Ross in the year leading up to his
donation. "I was very much involved in get-
ting to know Mr. Ross," she said.
"It's a lot of work. It's a massive effort,"
said University Regent S. Martin Taylor
(D-Flint), adding that the campaign has
been especially intense since it was for-
mally announced in the summer.
"I think we are very blessed to have Vice
President May. He's a professional. I think
he's doing a great job," he added.
The last University fundraising cam-
paign, The Campaign for Michigan, ended
in 1997.

Continued from page 1A
senior associate lobbyist at Capital Services,
a multi-client lobbying firm, several of whose
clients are interested in the political status of
women in Michigan. "We expect that the best-
case scenario is 21 women in the 2005/2006 leg-

islature section, and worst-case scenario is 16
women. Right now there are 24 women in the
state House, and even that is low."
The political participation study is part of
a larger study called "The Status of Women
in Michigan," which will be released in mid-
November. The full report is an in-depth study
that shows how Michigan women are doing com-

pared to women in all other states in the areas
of employment and earnings, health and well-
being, social and economic autonomy, political
participation and reproductive rights. The status
of women is also compared to men in several of
these categories.
It will be the first time in eight years that this
type of study has been conducted.

LICENSES
Continued from page 1A
comply with these standards, but the new bill offers
grant incentives to states that comply.
Should a state choose not to comply with
the provisions mentioned in the bill, driver's
licenses issued by that state would no longer be
viable for proof of identification for federal pur-
poses. For example, if Alabama did not follow
the guidelines in the bill, an Alabama driver's
license would not be sufficient proof of identity
for receiving federal benefits or even boarding
airplanes or trains.
Previously, problems with slack identification
requirements in 2001 allowed four Sept. 11 hijackers
to obtain driver's licenses in Virginia based on falsi-
fied information.
Following Sept. 11 ,many states implemented massive
reforms to correct their system for issuing identifica-
tion cards.
Moran said the bill is mainly to make sure that all

states uniformly update their systems, saying "a lot of
states have already made tremendous strides to comply
with this law, even though it hasn't been effected. States
are making huge driver's license reforms. We want to
make sure everyone is complying."
Adversaries of the bill, such as the American
Civil Liberties Union, say it will lead to the imple-
mentation of a national ID card which would be
a step toward creating a police state. They also
question the responsibility of creating the Driv-
er's License Agreement database, saying it would
inevitably be used for purposes other than those
originally intended, and that this information
would end up in the hands of credit agencies and
private investigators.
Wendy Wagenheim, communications director for
ACLU's Michigan branch, said, "Whether or not there
is a card actually issued, the fact is that the government
would have a huge database with information about
every (driver) in the United States ... the result of that
is the further erosion of privacy."
"The Feds do not need to pass a bill requiring states

to do what states should want to do anyway - and that
is make their citizens safe," Wagenheim said.
But Moran said there are no plans to create a nation-
al ID card.
"Arguments saying this bill would create a nation-
al ID card are simply not true. States already have
licenses; all this legislation is doing is standardiz-
ing the criteria to issue these and standardizing the
technology," he said.
Advocates also say standardizing the database tech-
nology would allow law enforcement across the coun-
try to make the highways safer, ensuring for example,
a police officer in South Carolina to have access to a
Minnesota driver's driving record.
Several documents that Michigan currently
accepts as proof of ID would no longer be viable
under the new law. The new law will not allow
any foreign document to count for identification
purposes. Michigan currently accepts foreign
driver's licenses, birth certificates, marriage
licenses, divorce decrees and passports as iden-
tity verification.

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