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1,1996 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indians C Court's 1985 Dole: Support. Bob Dole is the Survey: Presidential Candidates vs. Felton decision in to allow ESEA tle I ser- to be provided to children religious school they Clinton: Support. Dole: Support. only presidential candidate to have voted for our major envi- ronmental laws, including the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts. Bob Dole will support environ- mental policies that rely on sound science and economics, protect the property rights of all Ameri- cans, and give states and local communities flexibility to meet real environmental challenges effectively. Bob Dole understands that environmental progress and economic growth go hand in hand they are not adversaries. with the U.S. Catholic and City of New ESEATitle Iser- Euthanasia to children President Clinton that children attending schools should be eligi- equitable special educa- n services. More than any dministration, we have schools they Opportunity Children will and middle-income se the schools Lc, private or religious for their chil- children with m private schools are What is your position on legis- lation that would allow a physi- cian to administer or prescribe a lethal injection or drug overdose to assist in the suicide of patients diagnosed as terminally ill? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: Oppose. Bob Dole oppos- es legislation which would legal- ize physician-assisted suicide. He is disappointed with recent federal court rulings invalidat- ing laws which would stop this practice. He believes that the American people, through their elected representatives, have the right to prohibit physician- assisted suicide -- a right upon which unelected judges should not infringe. IDEA pie is no individual Bob Dole's view, create an indi- be con- of school all students. onpoli. Food and arrest, reverse, environmentalpol. Agricultural aolicv promote sustain. all, recog. znvestment are necessary to cOmmon good in )rt. It is our good stew- Creation and to ronment safe and 1. tion is environment les and our chil- What is your position on agri- cultural policies that encourage a broad-based system of small to moderate-sized family owned and operated farms over policies which favor the concentration of agricultural ownership? Clinton: Support. Tffe Clin- ton'administration has taken action to promote fairness in our system so that family farmers and ranchers can continue to make a good living. Dole: Bob Dole has led efforts to pass the most environmen- tally sensitive farm bill ever by encouraging greater planning flexibility for American farmers and ranchers. He has also led efforts to reduce taxes and gov- ernment interference that have led to a concentration of farm ownership. By reducing estate taxes, capital gains taxes and balancing the federal budget, Bob Dole will help rural Ameri- ca prosper. Foreign Aid What is your position on increased U.S. assistance to poor countries to meet the needs of poor people through expanded aid for sustainable development and debt relief?. Clinton: Support. As we work to target our assistance pro- grams toward the areas in which they can do the most good, we must also work to ensure that those programs are adminis- tered more efficiently. President Clinton regrets that Congress has decided to make excessive cuts in U.S. assistance to sus- tainable development abroad. Dole: Foreign aid must be a precisely targeted instrument of American foreign policy, largely designed to advance specific U.S. foreign policy goals. In order to reduce wasteful spend- ing, the foreign aid bureaucracy must be reformed. However, Bob Dole has been a strong advocate of providing humanitarian assistance where needed. Human Rights What is your position on mak- ing the defense of human rights -- including religious liberty a central concern of U.S. foreign polio; especially in places where human rights are most at risk, by linking other policies (e.g., trade preferences or milita aid) to a country's performance on human rights? Clinton: Support. The Clin- PUNCH #80 AND ELECT "PETE" CHANDLER SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE ,k Lifelong resident of Vanderburgh County. Active member of St. Theresa Parish. -k -k Married 29 years to Elizabeth Hayden and father of two children. Graduate of Assumption Grade School, Memorial High School, St. Edward's University, University of Evansville, and Indiana University Law School. Conservative; believer in bringing moral values to our court and making punishment fit the crime. r Will work to instill a sense of fairness and impartiality in court decisions. Paid for by the Chandler for Judge Committee,, Jim kefler,, Chairman ........ Political Advertisement ton administration has consis- tently pressed for human rights progress through engagement and by taking into account human rights record when mak- ing decisions on foreign assis- tance, trade, and economic con- cessions. Promoting religious liberty is central to this policy. Dole: Support. The promotion of human rights is key to the creation of a more stable and secure international environ- ment. Bob Dole will pursue mea- sures that integrate human rights into U.S. foreign policy, including the use of traditional diplomatic tools like the curtail- ment of military aid and the imposition of economic sanc- tions. Immigration What is your position on legis- lation which would: Reduce legal immigration numbers by one-third? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: No response. -- Limit categories of rela- tionship eligible for family uni- fication? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: No response. -- Place a cap on refugee admissions" numbers? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: America has always been a nation of immigrants, and Bob Dole believes America must continue to be a land of opportu- nity for those willing to work hard and sacrifice to achieve a better life for themselves and their children. He has led the fight against illegal immigration to preserve legal immigration. Bob Dole believes that family unification should remain a cor- nerstone of U.S. immigration pol- icy. He also supports a modest, temporary reduction in the annu- al rate of legal immigration. What is your position on legis- lation which would: -- Make legal immigrants ineligible to receive all but emer- gency welfare benefits? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: Support.. --Require social service agen- cies receiving government ]bnd- ing to determine the immigra- tion status of their clients as a condition of providing services Clinton: Oppose. Dole: Support. -- Require a national 1D card system as a means of determin- ing immigration status in the workplace? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: Oppose. Candidates" comments: Clinton: President Clinton continues to oppose legislation that restricts welfare benefits to legal immigrants who work hard for their families and pay taxes. These families should be eligible for medical and other help when they fall on hard times through no fault of their own. Dole: Bob Dole does not believe that those who have entered our country illegally are entitled to government welfare services. Bob Dole joined Gov. Pete Wilson in supporting Proposition 187 which denies benefits to illegal immigrants. However, he would oppose a con- stitutional amendment denying automatic birthright citizenship to illegal-immigrant children born in the U.S. Labor Relations What is your position on poli. cies which protect the right to collective bargaining, including legislation to prohibit the per- manent replacement of striking workers? Clinton: Support. President Clinton believes that the fight to save the American dream begins with the fight to save America's working families. That is why he supports the right of employees to bargain collectively and their right to strike. Dole: Oppose. Bob Dole oppos- es the so-called striker replace- ment bill. This bill would have overturned more than 60 years of Supreme Court precedent that has preserved the delicate bal- ance between labor and man- agement. Violence Tzat is your position on efforts to restrict or end the use of the death penalty? Clinton: Oppose. Dole: Oppose. What is your position on rea- sonable measures to restrict the availability and use of hand- guns (e.g., ban on assault u.'eapons, u,aiting period, etc.)? Clinton: Support. Dole: Support. Bob Dote is committed to keeping all guns out of the hands of criminals. He has proposed a national instant background check system of prospective gun buyers to pre- vent criminals fi'om purchasing any type of firearm. 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