Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 3, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

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I hj M I t i .1 I • * Goltsbur 3y Mature (Continued from page i) desk. 1 balance Regional transit, After a. t - , breakdown in negotiations, the I William Scott which would A legislature failed in an effort to establish a abwiounty regional grand juries. The transit district for the Chicago Jfcted the proposal, however metropolitan area. Walker sign-despite Scott'* claim it would public 1994. instruction starting in r ••1 410 I ,1 » * 4 4 .• Grand killed a backed Senate The House bill passed by Attorney General allowing to voluntarily establish such a district but there is virtually no chance all of them will agree to do so. ERA Rejected —Equal rights. The General Assembly again voted against Illinois ratification of the "equal rights amendment" to the U.S. Constitution. Ethics. The Mouse passed but the Senate killed two bills which would have required public disclosure of politicians' campaign expense? and contributions. The first of the two also would have limited campaign spending. However, both houses okayed a measure which killed a House-passed bill which would require that names of " ' ~~ J " 4 land trust beneficiaries be disclosed under certain circum- Pensions. The General Assembly passed a series of bills which would move the state toward eventual full funding of state pension programs. The retirement plans currently are some $2 billion underfunded but Walker has opposed immediate attempts to rectify the situation. —Board of Elections. The legislature passed a plan which would establish a four - man have made his office more effective in combatting crime. — Reorganization. The legislature passed a bill which would establish a state Department of Aging to handle state services to senior citizens. But a bill lost which would have organized 12 existing social - service agencies into one "super agency" in line with a reorganization plan developed a year ago. rteld. The legislature killed several bills would have established protection for newsmen's confidential sources. Pay toilets. The Senate A 20% off every bra and girdle. 803 mm 9!r- m as V would have required at least half the toilets in any public place to be free, rather than pay, facilities. Drunk Driving HI ard to supervise elections, with two members from each party and a provision that tie votes will be settled by drawing lots. Board of Education -Board of Education. The General Assembly approved a bill establishing an 18 - member appointed board which will set state educational policy and appoint the superintendent of Charges Probed PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) Maricipa County Attorney Moise Berger announced Monday that the grand jury would investigate complaints of criminal activity in the dismissal of d r u n k e n driving charges (against Sen. Paul Fannin, R- Ariz. Fannin was arrested last November by a policeman who said the senator was driving erratically. 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