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Page 10 - The Michigan Daily - Tuesc
Blanchard
supports
education
(Continued from Page 3) -
difficult times."
Central regulatory boards, Adamany
said, tend to be slow, poorly staffed and
"deter the finest quality faculty from
engaging in the natural evolutionary
process of curriculum development."
IN HIS speech last night, Blanchard
also called for new tax credits for job
creation, a Michigan Strategic Invest-
ment Fund, reductions in the con-
troversial Single Business Tax and free
training to help workers compete for
new jobs.
State government will be "a catalyst,
a partner, a promoter (and) an investor
in the economic growth of this state,"
Blanchard said.
The governor said Michigan has
640,000 jobless . on the welfare rolls
- a figure relatively larger than during
the Great Depression.

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(Except Sale Items) - WASHINGTON - A Reagan ad- notify the family? If one is reall
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w/U of M Student i.D. court yesterday to reinstate a con- and Congress was serious - the ob
Expires Sat., May 14, 193 troversial birth control rule, arguing vious choice is for the grantee t
parents need to know about their provide notice," she said.
teenage daughters' decisions on sexual SHE CITED amendments to th
activity. family planning law in 1981 that sa
The regulation, branded a "squeal clinics that get federal money "sha
rule" by opponents and blocked before encourage family participation.
it was to take effect Feb. 25, would Before, minors were encouraged to tel
From Sharp require federally funded clinics to their parents, but the policy was no
M inds ..notify parents within 10 days if girls un- written into law.
der 18 are prescribed birth control nills In sharp questioning from the bench

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diaphragms or intrauterine devices.
ATTORNEYS for the Planned Paren-
thood Federation of America, which
serves about a half-million teenagers
annually, and the National Family
Planning and Reproductive Health
Association asked the three-judge ap-
pellate panel to uphold invalidation of
the regulation by two lower federal
courts.
John Nields, one of the private attor-
neys, said Congress had no intention of
establishing a parental notification-rule
when it said families should be involved
in adolescent decisions on obtaining
contraceptives.
"Congress believed if their parents
were notified, teenagers would not get
contraceptives and would get
pregnant," he said.
CAROLYN KUHL, deputy assistant
attorney general who argued for the
government, said the Department of
Health and Human Services acted
legally in proposing the regulation on
Feb. 22,1982.
"We believe the legislative hisotry
supports what the secretary did here,"
she told the judges.

Judge Harry Edwards indicated he still
sees Congress' chief pupose for spen-
ding money on family planning as cut-
ting down on teenage pregnacies.
"Do you really honestly suggest that.
...the thought of their parents being
told won't discourage teenagers from
seeking services?" Edwards asked.
THERE IS NO hard scientific evidence.
. .on how many will be discouraged
from clinics or will become pregnant,"
Kuhl responded.
Edwards asked whether the right to
privacy did not conflict with the paren-
tal notice rule.
"Confidentiality is not breached by
the parental notification regulation,"
Kuhl replied.
SHE ADDED THAT "it's entirely
legitimate for a parent to be involved in
an adolescent's contraceptive
decisions."
It is not known when the three-judge
appeals panel will rule on the case,
which pivots on how -far the Depar-
tment of Health and Human Services
can do in writing regulations for federal
family planning programs.

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