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BAR
From Page 1A
laws allow distillers to sell their
products directly to retail loca-
tions. Distillers in Ann Arbor are
required to sell products through
distributors.
Many of the bar's patrons said
they will miss the quirky nature
of Leopold Bros. The pub, which
opened in the fall of 1999, offers
typical bar games like darts and
pool, but also features a variety
of board games like UNO and
Scrabble.
Rackham student Miles Put-
nam said the pub drew a very
different crowd than most bars
closer to campus do.
"It's just people who want to
play a board game and drink at
the same time," he said.
Andrew McIntyre, a senior in
the Taubman College of Archi-
tecture and Urban Planning, said
he'll miss the bar's diverse envi-
ronment.
"It's open to people of all ages,"
he said. "It was somewhere you
could go to be with professors
and people in the community."

Putnam said he thinks it will
be hard to replace Leopold Bros.
He said he understands why
there might be more demand for a
sports bar or a more mainstream
pub in that location.
"I'm not totally surprised that
they're closing down," he said. .
Leopold originally announced
that the bar was closing on the
blog annarborisoverrated.com. In
a post, he said, "Our lease expires
in the summer, and shock-
ingly (note heavy sarcasm), our
landlords asked for an obscene
amount per month in rent, so
we're done."
Despite the fact that increasing
costs are forcing him out, Leopold
says he has no hard feelings.
"The rent that they're asking
for is fair," he said. "We're not the
only one - there are have been
quite a few places that have been
forced to close."
He also said he'll remem-
ber the Ann Arbor area.
"We're going to miss the Univer-
sity of Michigan and catching
hockey games and field hockey
games and seeing all the laptops
during finals around our place,"
he said.

everyday purposes like making
BILL purchases with a credit card. But
From Page 1A that's risky, Hsien-Chang said.
"We'd probably have to go to the
steps to secure its driver's license embassy to get a new passport,"
and identification procedures Hsien-Chang said. "If we lose it,
sooner rather than later. it's not only a problem that we have
"We shouldn't be dragging our to reapply, but someone else may
feet on these bills," said Sen. Alan have it and try to use it."
Sanborn, a Republican from Rich- LSA sophomore Erina Uozomi, a
mond. permanent resident of El Salvador,
Businesses and universities are said she's glad that the bill passed
urging quick action because some- in the Senate, but is insulted that it
legal immigrants have already been even has to be addressed.
denied driver's licenses since the "The fact that you are an inter-
new policy went into effect late national student here and regis-
last month. The policy affected tered in the University is already
many international students at the groundsto attaina driver'slicense,"
University of Michigan when it she said.
was enacted. Many of them were State officials say there are
pleased to hear about the bill's pas- nearly 400,000 foreign business-
sage in the state Senate yesterday. people, students and their families
Rackham student Hsien-Chang in Michigan on visas. There are
Lin, president of the Taiwanese 5,429 international students at the
Student Association, said the law University of Michigan.
change was especially hard on Michigan Secretary of State
international students. Without a Terri Lynn Land stopped giving
form of state identification, most of driver's licenses to illegal immi-
them have only one form of identi- grants Jan. 22.
fication - a passport.
Because of this, international - Matt Aaronson and
students without state ID often The Associated Press
have to use passports for casual contributed to this report.

HEARING
From Page 1A
Attorney Leonard Niehoff, who
spoke on behalf of the University of
Michigan, Michigan State Univer-
sity and Wayne State University,
said the state's public universities
are only responsible for implement-
ing the law as it is determined by
the state and therefore shouldn't be
included as defendants if the case is
sent to trial.
Attorney Shanta Driver, nation-
al co-chair and spokeswoman of
pro-affirmative action group By
Any Means Necessary, empha-
sized the significance of the
judge's decision, calling Cantrell
v. Granholm "the most important
civil rights case before any court
in the nation" before the judge.

She told the court that uphold-
ing Proposal 2 could have "devas-
tating consequences" for black and
Latino students trying to attend
certain colleges.
About 30 high school students
attended the hearing, which began
around 2:30 p.m. A handful of
University of Michigan students
-- some of whom were BAMN
members - went to the hearing.
After the hearing, Shandria
Vaughn, a black, Detroit-area high
school student, said the case was
important to her because it would
likely decide whether she could
attend a school like the University
of Michigan.
If Lawson determines that Pro-
posal 2 is unconstitutional, the
decision will likely be met with a
series of appeals, sending it to a
higher court.

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For Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008
ARIES
(March 21 toApril 19)
This is a good time to scrutinize your
friendships. Do you see quality people?
Do like your friends? Wazzup?
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
This New Mean is a cued time ta
think about your relationship with the
authority figures in your life: parents,
teachers, bosses and the police.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Are you happy with your educational
level? Do you want to learn more or
travel more? What can you do to
improve your ability to enjoy life and
your work?
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(June 21to July 22)
Makena esolution to clear aups many
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LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
What can you do to improve your part-
nerships? For your own benefit, you
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(Asg. 231to Sept. 22)
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how you do your job. (These two are not
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LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
It's important to find a good balance
between play and work. It's also impor-
tant totap into your own creative expres-
sion. You are a verb, not a noun. It's the

doing that counts.
SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 toNov. 21)
What can you do to improve your rela-
tions with family members? Also, what
can you do to improve your home and
how you enjoy where you live?
SAGITARIUS
(Nov. 221 Dec. 21)
We filter our reality so that it fulfills
our expectations. What do you expect
for your future?
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22to Jan. 19)
If yeu think money is dirty, you won't
have very much of it. Your attitude
toward money and your cash flowwill
determine how it manifests in your life.
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This is the only New Moon in your
sign all year. If's a good ime to think
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You're a shrewd judge of character.
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always fight for the anderdog. Your year
aherad is fusll of new beginnings, because
you're beginning of fresh nine-year
cycle.
Birthdate of: Steve Nash, NBA MVP;
Eddie Izzard, comedian/actor; Chris
Rock, comedian/actor.

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