The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 26, 1996 · Page 6
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AB THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1996 NATION THE SALINA JOURNAL T CONGRESS House OKs 2 bills cracking down on illegal immigrant! Legislation deals with law enforcement and public school education By The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Cracking down on illegal aliens, the House passed two bills Wednesday — one focusing on law enforcement and the other letting states deny public school education to illegal alien children. Only the first had a chance of getting President Clinton's signature. The Senate was expected to reject the second bill — passed 254175 — and Clinton has said he would veto the measure that would allow children currently enrolled to stay in school. Supporters in the House said the bill would remove an incentive for foreigners to come here illegally and allow voters to decide whether they want to bear the expense of educating children who shouldn't be in the country. "This bill says, "Don't come to America and think the taxpayers of America are going to take care of you if you're here illegally,' " said House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga. Opponents said it would it would punish innocent children for the behavior of their parents and push thousands of young people into the streets. The far larger bill, which would nearly double the number of border patrol officers and speed deportation procedures, passed earlier in the day, 305-123. "This bill secures America's borders, penalizes alien smugglers, expedites the removal of criminal and illegal aliens, prevents illegal aliens from taking American jobs and ends non-citizens' abuse of the welfare system," said Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, who introduced the legislation. Republicans said the bill was Congress' first action against illegal immigration in years. Clinton unveils new bond proposal By The Associated Press CORAOPOLIS, Pa. — President Clinton unveiled details of a new government bond Wednesday that offers investors protection against inflation. Calling it "a new way to save," the president told a western Pennsylvania crowd that his initiative would provide "a solid rock upon which families build their futures and their dreams." He said the Treasury Department will auction 10-year "inflation protection" notes starting in January and costing as little as $1,000. The bonds' principal will be protected against inflation, as measured by the consumer price index. The new bond proposal will begin modestly. The government of- fered $55 billion worth of regular 10-year notes for sale last year, but the amount of securities sold with the inflation protection will be much smaller. The value of the bond, which pays interest twice a year, rises as prices rise. 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