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'Right to know' measure
passed by ASUN Senat
by Sara Schwieder
With the "right of the student to know"
in mind, the ASUN Senate passed Sen. Bill
Freudenberg's resolution lowering the
requirement for a roll call vote. It passed by
an 18-1-3 vote.
"This is a fundamental issue-the right of
the student to know if his views are being
wide$ented bV h'S senator'" Freudenberg
Previously, 15 or 16 senators were needed
to approve a roll call vote. Now only five
senators' approval is needed for votes to be
Freudenberg said he thinks that on
politically sensitive issues, only a few
senators might be willing to have their
"yeas" or "nays" recorded. Ordinarily, the
vote is expressed in an over-all count and
the say that individual senators vote is not
recorded Freudenberg said that students
have "a right to know which way their
senators vote on the issues."
Sen. Mark Molacek's amendment to the
resolution passed with the resolution which
requires five senators to approve a roll call
vote instead of the original two needed in
Molacek said he "agreed with the intent"
of the resolution, but felt that the senate
shouldn't be monopolized by two people
wantjng a vote, because the roll call vote
takes longer than an oral one.
Mark Hoeger said the committee will
support legislative bills 323, 293 and 275,
and would oppose LB362 and LB259.
The Liaison Committee is promoting a bill
which would provide for a student vote on
the Board of Regents. The bill, LB323, will
be discussed during a March 1 hearing at the
State Capitol, Hoeger said.
LB293 is a landlord and tenants act
which, if enacted, would set standards under
which landlords must abide, Hoeger said. He
said it is designed to protect renters from
LB275 would establish the College of
Environmental Design and allow the Board
of Regents to determine colleges within the
Hoeger said the committee will oppose LB
362, which would cut off mandatory
student fees for the University system.
"Opponents (of student fees) are less
concerned with fees than getting , the
communists and homosexuals off the
campus," Hoeger said.
He said the committee also will oppose
LB 293, which would raise the minimum
wage for employes working at small
restaurants, hotels and shops that are not
governed by federal wage standards.
"Under Nebraska law, students who work
less than three months are exempt from
minimum wage," Hoeger said. He said
specific cases of discrimination or low pay
involving students should be reported to
Hopper's committee will not support Gov.
J.J. Exon's proposed tuition increase plan.
In other action, the Senate also approved
a resolution revising the policy on parking
Todd McDaniel, sponsor of the resolution,
said that parking fines in excess of $400
have been levied by UNL Campus Security
and he alleged that the published procedures
for parking fines are not being followed by
the campus police.
"This is a move to make sure Campus
Security follows their published policies," he
Vern Broders, Bruce Cadwallader, Mary
Beth Davidson, Cami Learned, Bob O'Neal,
Mike Treffer and Steve Lewis were absent
from the meeting.
A coffee house will be
sponsored by International
House at 3 p.m. Sunday in the
basement of Piper Hall.
The Student Volunteer
Bureau is sponsoring a
Voluntary Income Tax
Assistance Program for low
income individuals, students
and families. The program will
assist them in filling out their
federal and state tax forms.
The tax aid office, OMHE
333 N. 14th St, will be open
from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
through Friday, and 9 a.m. to:
2 p.m. on Saturday. Please call '
for appointments at 475-7343.
The Malone Community
Center needs clerical volunteers
and help for painting the
outside of the center building.
The talent group needs
people with talent, (musical,
theatrical, magical) to organize
a group to perform for
retirement home audiences.
Volunteers are needed to
work with a furlough program
involving inmates from the
State, j , Penal Complex. The
volunteer would be a
companion to, the inmate for a
day or weekend. The program,
gives inmates a chance to
temporarily leave the complex
and interact in society.
For more Information about
these or any volunteer
opportunities contact: Student
Nebraska Union, phone
12:30 p.m. Inter Varsity
4 p.m.-Student Affairs "The
University & the Law"-Union
5:30 p.m. Council of American
6:30 p.m. -Phi Mu Alpha
7 p.m. Council on Student
7 p . m . U nder gr adu a t e
Psychology Majors Club-Union
7 p.m. Recreation Advisory
7 p.m. Mexican American
7 p.m.-ASUN Legal Rights
7 p.m. Residence Hall
meeting-Harper Main Lounge
7:30 p.m. Campus Crusade for
Susan Lenore Stehly is a
Unity and Progress (UP) party
candidate for the Teachers
College Advisory Board in
secondary education. Her name
was left out of the Wednesday
Daily NebraskansV ASUN
Another advisory board
candidate, Richard C.
Bruncken, was listed
incorrectly. He is running for
the Arts and Sciences advisory
board from the natural
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