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The Michigan Daily Horoscope

For Friday. Oct. 31, 2001
ARILS
(March 21to April 19)
You might feel a strong physical
attraction to someone who is unusual or
different today. (This might surprise
even you.) Perhaps you secretly want
more adventure in your life?
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
A partnertor close friend might sur-
prise you today. People are acting
extremely independent and doing unpre-
dictable things. Yikes! What gives?
GEMINI
(May 21to June 20)
You might have a chance to show off
your expertise with some technology
today.,especially at work. You'll be very
good at improvising anything.
CANCER
(June 21to July 22)
New love might capture you today.
You're attracted to people from different
backgrounds and different cultures. You
want to break free from restrictions.
ILUO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Something unexpected could occur at
home or within your family scene today.
People are prepared to flex their muscles
and stand up for their rights. (This
includes you.)
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
New activities and new encounters
could generate sonte excitement in your
life today. You'll welcome this because
you want something fresh as a relief
from your daily routine.
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
Thoughts of being self-employed
intrigue you today. You want a more
independent approach to how you earn
your money. Impulse spending is also
likely.

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(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
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same old. In fact, you're willing to take
a risk to do something you've never
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You have the chance to show off some
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you're not afraid to take a calculated
risk. You're a good friend to others and
protective of loved ones. You go after
what you want: Challenges do not deter
you. This has been a social year, or you
have learned a lot about relationships.
Next year, some kind of private study
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Birthdate of: Dermot Mulroney, actor;
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SUPREME COURT
From Page 1A
will also appear on the ballot.
Taylor and Hathaway have
raised more than $2 million com-
bined, making the race for the
Michigan Supreme Court one of
the most expensive state contests
on theballot. As of Oct. 27, Taylor's
campaign had raised around $1.8
million, while Hathaway's total
had reached almost $370,000,
according to the Michigan Cam-
paign Finance Network.
But those numbers don't even
come close to representing how
much has actually been spent on
the election, experts said. Rich
Robinson, executive director of
the Michigan Campaign Finance
Network, said of all the money
spent in this race, 60 percent has
come from the Michigan Chamber
of Commerce and the Michigan
Democratic State Central Com-
mittee.
The Michigan Chamber of
Commerce and the Michigan
Democratic State Central Com-
mittee have spent $1,783,000 over
the past two weeks "for television
advertisements that seek to define
the record, qualifications and
character of one candidate over
the other, according to a news
report issued by the MCFN.
The Chamber and the Demo-
cratic Party' are independent of
both campaigns and, because
the ads don't mention voting, the
organizations aren't required to
disclose where the money came
from.
"The peril in this is that an
individual or interest group could
secretly spend $1 million to mar-
ket a candidate - a very important
contribution - and then have that
justice vote to select its case and
rule on its case," Robinson said.
"That has considerable potential
for conflict of interests and it cer-
tainly creates a troubling appear-
ance."
Robinson said other states, like
Illinois and Virginia, have taken

measures to close the apparent
loophole, but the problem still
exists in Michigan.
TheMichiganDemocraticParty
launched atelevised attack against
Taylor on Oct. 20, claiming he fell
asleep at the bench while hearing
a case involving the deaths of six
children in a Detroit home fire.
Taylor said there is no evidence
to back the accusations, and the
Michigan Government Televi-
sion channel tapes every Supreme
Court proceeding.
"The sleeping incident is a lie,"
he said. "The campaign against me
by Judge Hathaway is just a cam-
paign full of misrepresentations
and falsehoods."
Taylor's campaignhas alsobeen
criticized for its negative adver-
tisements.
Ads paid for by the Chamber
of Commerce attack Hathaway
for her lack of experience, saying
she is unqualified and doesn't
deserve to have her name on the
ballot.
"I think, frankly, she was (nom-
inated) largely because she has an
attractive ballot name in Wayne
County," Taylor said. Hathaway
has the last name as several previ-
ous Wayne County judges, includ-
ing her ex-husband, former Wayne
County Circuit Judge Richard
Hathaway.
Robinson said he expects each
campaign to keep the same rate of
spending before Nov. 4.
But despite the numerous per-
sonal attacks on each candidate,
Robinson said he doesn't think
the outside spending would have
made a difference in the election,
because Taylor is an incumbent.
In the last three decades, only
once has the election gone to the
challenger.
"It's very difficult to knock out
an incumbent justice," Robinson
said. "It would be quite a surprise
if Hathaway were to win this."
A Detroit News/WXYZ-Action
News poll, released last week,
showed both candidates tied at
19 percent. Sixty-one percent of
respondents were undecided.

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