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SAUINAS
Continued from page 1
event organizer, said, "People in this country
have to work and they have to live. Every time
they close aplant here they open one in Mexico.
If this bilgoes through, a lot morejobs will go to
Mexico."
Peterson rallied to protect the gains that he
and his generation made in labor negotiations.
Salinas answered criticisms that the passage
of NAFTA will harm the environment, "It is to
our benefitto clean the environment and raise the
standard of living of our countrymen.'
Pam Blnch, a SNRE graduate student who
works at the Ecology Center, said she feared
NAFI7A's effects on the environment.
"I don't think the policy makers can stand up
to the money Mexico is going to spend unless
they see that everybody is against it," Bloch said.
The protesters, many wearing jackets embla-
zoned with the symbols of the United Auto Work-

"NAFTA * ajob creation
agreement It will increase
competitiveness ... and for
:Mexicans it's a wage increase
(and a) migration reduction
agreement"
Car/os Salinas tde Gotar i
Mexican' President
graduate school to the doors of the Power Center
voicing their anger at G3ov. John Engler's role in
NAFTA. They chanted, "Hey, hey, ho, ho, send
John to Mexico."
Enagler, whorecentlyled a 1O-memberMichi-
gas trade mtissio to Mexico, shared the stage
with Salinas.
MariaFranks from the Woodhaven Ford plant
brought her daughter to the rally. "We have to let
him know that this can't happen. This is our
country and jobs," she said.
Her high-school danghter, Jamie, said, "A lot
of the jobs that she and her friends got won't he
available for me and my friends."
Salinas received an honorary Doctor of Laws
degree and presented The William E. Simon
Lecture in Public Affairs established by former
President and Michigan alum Gerald Ford.

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Former presidential candidate and California Gov. Jerry Brown autographs a
poster of a NAFTA protester.

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their files. "It seems only fair to them
and those who entrusted them with
information," Simon wrote.
Shaila's office said the general
counsel of the HHS is currently inves-
tigating the future status of Feder and
Stewart's now-classified files.
"I am very interested in having the
government take a look at all the facts
I have raised," Stewart said.
The move to shut down Feder and
Stewart was approvedhby Shalala. Co-
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questions at her confirmsation hear-
ings about her competence to serve as
HHS secretary.
When Shalala was chancellor of
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Shalala denied in a media state-
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