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Edmisten: no intent to enter N.C. Senate race
Continued from page 1.
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RALEIGH Attorney General Rufus L.
Edmisten said Wednesday he will not enter
the upcoming Democratic primary for the
U.S. Senate but he left the door open for
Edmisten wrote his backers telling them of
his decision this week, and in sessions with
reporters outlined the reasons he will not
join the host of Democrats who want the
nomination to oppose freshmari Sen. Jesse
Edmisten said his main reason for not
joining the race is he enjoys being Attorney
General. Decisions he makes, he said, can
have an immediate impact on the state, but
decisions made as a senator might take 10
ycais 10 oe translated into action.
He also cited the possibility of trouble
raising funds for as many as three statewide
races, if there is a primary runoff, and the
prospect of another series of exhausting
campaigns. He has already run twice in four
Bakke further opinions
WASHINGTON - The University of
California is telling the Supreme Court,
regarding the Allan Bakke reverse
discrimination case, that Congress has
approved voluntary programs favoring
minorities even if there is no earlier
discrimination to correct.
In carrying out the 1964 ban against
discrimination in federally assisted
programs, government regulations
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specifically permit consideration of race
even in the absence of prior discrimination,
Donald Reidhaar, the university's general
counsel, said Wednesday.
On the other hand Bakke's lawyer,
Reynold Colvin of San Francisco, said
regulations of the Health. Educat ion and
Welfare Department expressly forbid
Utility reform dropped
WASHINGTON - House energy
negotiators, bowing to their unwavering
Senate colleagues, dropped all demands
Wednesday for mandatory electric utility
rate reform and said they would settle for
making federal standards optional.
Senate members of the energy conference
committee said the new House proposal,
requiring only that states consider 1 1 rate
reforms, looked satisfactory but would need
a few modifications before they could accept
Marijuana medical uses
WASHINGTON - The Food and Drug
Administration was asked Wednesday to
endorse the use of marijuana for a number of
medical research purposes, including
treatment of cancer patients.
At a hearing in suburban Rockville, Md
leaders of the National Organization for the
Reform of Marijuana Laws asked an FDA
advisory committee of scientists to urge
reclassification of marijuana from the
strictest category of the Controlled
The advisory panel made no decision and
scheduled another meeting on the subject in
Biko death inquest
PRETORIA, South Africa - A white
South African police chief Wednesday told
an inquest into the death of black leader
Steve Biko that his security forces are above
the law in the conduct of interrogations of
One member of the interrogation team
also told the inquest that only hours before
his death Biko was kept naked during a 750
mile drive from Port Elizabeth to Pretoria to
receive medical attention.
Col. Piet Goosen, police security chief for
Port Elizabeth where Biko was kept naked,
chained and handcuffed and interrogated
prior to being drive to the capital, said under
questioning that his forces did not answer to
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Shah concludes visit
WASHINGTON Trailed by jeering
mobs, the Shah of Iran concluded his stale
visit under heavy guard Wednesday and won
assurances the United States will seriously
consider his request for more armaments.
But he apparently failed to conclude any
military sales agreements despite his pledge
to help restrain world oil price hikes and to
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process of honor," said Associate Professor
Mark Appelbaum, a member of the
committee. "It is a bad piece of legislation
which rests on an act which is not overt."
EPC's recommendations will stress
education about the Honor Code as a means
of making the current non-proctoring
system work. Appelbaum said he would like
to see a massive program of education
initiated for a trial period to determine
whether the current system will work before
it is changed drastically.
Appelbaum said he would support the
majority view of the EPC and not submit a
minority report to the Faculty Council as he
had intended. He said the emphasis of the
majority report has shifted from the
problems with the current system to positive
aspects of the current system.
Gillespie said he supports faculty
proctoring because it would be a good
deterrent to cheating. "If it (proctoring) had
been the case in the past, then a lot of
students wouldn't have been herebefore the
Honor Court) in the first place."
Gillespie also said that the proposal
making suspension the normative sanction
for academically related offenses should not
be initiated unless the proposal for faculty
proctoring is approved also. "If you are
going to have firmer penalties, you must
have firmer deterrents," he said. If the stiffer
sanction proposal is passed, the majority of
cases coming before the court will result in
suspension, he said.
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by the Faculty Council, the Campus
Governing Council and the chancellor
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