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The Michigan Daily - Monday, November 8, 2004 - 7A

PROPOSAL
Continued from page 1A
This clear precedent precludes any
legal opposition to Oates' position, City
Attorney Stephen Postema said.
"I don't foresee any challenges
because this is the state of the law,"
Postema said.
But Ream disagrees. "(The city's)
premise is unsound when they say
there is no 'wiggle room' under the
Joslin case," Ream said. For support,
Ream points to language in the Ypsi-
lanti case saying police can use "choice
and discretion" when deciding whether
to prosecute.
In this case, the police should chose
to support the proposal, Ream said.
He admitted that the Ypsilanti case
means that the city does not have to
follow the proposal, but he sees its
overwhelming passage as a "mandate"
from the citizens of Ann Arbor.
"I have confidence in our mayor and
our city that they will not ignore the
vote of the people," he said.
In the meantime, Ream has some
suggestions on how the proposal could
be effectively implemented, even in the
face of the legal challenges brought by
previous case law.
"It's clear we cannot prevent any
police officer from enforcing state
law, but we could provide identifica-
tion cards to people who are patients
and recommend all employees of
the city that they respect ID cards,"
he said.

OUTAGE
Continued from page 1A
would be the last service brought back
up. However, she said at 9:30 p.m. that
each e-mail server had to be brought up
individually and that only four had been
brought back at that time. She said the
estimated time for individual e-mail

accounts to be brought back online
would depend on which server contained
an individual's e-mail account. She said
one of the administrators working on the
problem estimated that all e-mail would
be back by midnight.
Bridges said the problem was unre-
lated to other e-mail outages, such as
one in late September which lasted a

full day and night.
A posting found on the Coursetools
website specified that the damage affect-
ed Kerberos Authentication, IMAP e-
mail, e-mail delivery, IFS, portions of
umich.edu and USEnet News. Weblogin,
CourseTools, Wolverine Access, mail.
umich.edu and login.itd were also down
all day.

PROTESTS
Continued from page 1A
"We're at the stage of gathering
people who are angry. The next stage
is to direct that (anger) at something,"
Hales said.
The students also held a meeting
Saturday evening, which about 75
people attended, in order to define
the issues people wanted to see
addressed over the next few years.
The student movement does not
have a name because members do
not want to define themselves as an
organization and want to be open to

everyone.
There is no individual or group of
students who serve as the leadership
of the movement because they believe
everyone should have an equal voice
in the movement.
The most prominent issues dis-
cussed at the meeting related to gay
and transgender rights, environmental
causes and the implementation of Pro-
posal C, legalizing medical marijuana
in Ann Arbor. The group also plans to
attend a University Board of Regents
meeting to voice their displeasure at
what they say is failure of the regents
to consider student input in their poli-

cy decisions.
Those at the meeting Saturday
attempted to establish a direction
for the group as well as have indi-
viduals who felt strongly about the
issues spearhead the cause within
the movement, but this proved to be
somewhat chaotic due to a lack of
leadership.
The individuals who organized
the meeting announced that they
did not want any members of the
movement making statements to the
press because they strongly felt that
no one individual represented the
movement.

STUDENTS
Continued from page 1A
petuate anti-American thoughts and
the position of the United States as a
country with the wrong priorities.
"Instead of trying to figure out
what would work best for their coun-
try, I feel that Bush is trying to push
U.S. policy in Iraq and I don't see
it working over there," LSA junior
Christina Wilk said. "We should

give guidance, not orders. We are
dictating instead of being friends."
Celimar Valentin, a senior in the
College of Engineering, echoed
Wilk's sentiments.
"The world community has lost
respect for what the U.S. stands for and
for its leaders. It is OK that we want to
help, but we should focus more on the
U.S. as a country instead of trying to
be a hero to other countries," Valentin
said. "There are bad things happening

in the world besides Iraq, like Africa,
yet the U.S. feels the only place they
have the right to be is Iraq."
Valentin also expressed surprise over
the outcome of the election in regards to
the country's feelings toward the war.
"I feel like American citizens
wanted a change and weren't happy
at all with decisions concerning the
war," she said. "It was really sur-
prising to me that the outcome was
to keep (Bush) as the leader."

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