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2A - Monday, October 1, 2012

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CONGRESSIONAL START

MSU study: Prop. 3 creates jobs

Three Michigan State Uni-
versity researchers conducted
a study concluding that job cre-
ation from Proposal 3 - a state
initiative supporting renewable
energy efforts that will appear
on the ballot on Nov. 6 - would
offset initial investments, par-
ticularly from wind and solar
power fields, the State News
reported Thursday.
Specifically, Proposal 3 offers'
a constitutional amendment
requiring that 25 percent of the
electricity from businesses in
Michigan comes from renew-
able energy sources.
The study 'found that the
$10.3 billion invested in the
project between 2016 and 20251
CRIME NOTES

would create up to 74,495 job-
years, where one job-year indi-
cates full employment for one
person working 2,080 hours in
12 months.
CORNELL STUDENTS
HOSPITALIZED AT
AVICII SHOW
Six Cornell University stu-
dents were hospitalized at
an Avicii concert held on the
school's homecoming weekend,
and The Cornell University
Police Department received 12
calls regarding alcohol-related
problems at the event The Cor-
nell Daily Sun reported last
week.

The Daily Sun reported that
many of the hospitalized stu-
dents never made it into the
show, and many of the alcohol-
related incidents also involved
inappropriate touching at the
concert ticket line.
Dave Rodriguez, a Cornell
student and executive director
of Cornell Concert Commis-
sion, told The Daily Sun that
the chaos likely stemmed from
the events of the homecoming
weekend.
'Unfortunately, a lot of peo-
ple aren't able to take care of
themselves in these sorts of
situations," he said.
- KASEY COX

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WHAT: The Michigan
Theater will host a
screening of "Come Drink
with Me," considered by
many as one of the best
Hong Kong films of all time.
The film's star will attend.
WHO: U-M Center for
Chinese Studies
WHEN: Tonight at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan
Theater
International
law workshop
WHAT: Steven Ratner, a
member of the UN Sec-
retary-General's Panel of
Experts on Accountability
in Sri Lanka, will discuss
war crimes in Sri Lanka.
WHO: Center for Interna-
tional and Cooperative Law
WHEN: Today at 4:15 p.m.
WHERE: Mutchins Mall

1Braunau, a small Austri-
an town, is in the midst
of a heated debate over
what to do with the building
Hitler was born in, ABC News
reported. The mayor would
like to turn the structure into
residential apartments while
others want a memorial built.
2 Soccer swept the
weekend, as both the
.2 men's and women'
soccer teams won in double
overtime on Sunday.
>> FOR MORE, SEE SPORTSMONDAY,
INSIDE
More thani 25
3 homeowners in a
neighborhood in
northern Ireland had
difficulty leaving their homes
afi.~r their doors were glued
shut, BBC News reported.
The culprits are believed
to have inserted industrial
strength glue into the locks.

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