The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, April 04, 1990, Page 3, Image 3

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rules passed 39-8.
One bill that passed without de
bate or amendments was a bill to
change drunken driving laws.
LB799 adds driving under the in
fluence of drugs to the the provisions
of the DWI law.
The bill also allows police to re
quest more than one test for driving
under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Because the Nebraska Supreme
Court ruled that urine tests were not
admissible as evidence in DWI cases,
senators added the provision allow
ing that more than one test be given.
An emergency clause previously
had been added to the bill so that it
will become effective immediately
after the governor signs it.
■Two UNL graduates receive Young Alumnus Award
Two University of Nebraska
Lincoln graduates were chosen for
the UNL Alumni Association’s 1990
Young Alumnus Award.
The award was established in
1987 to recognize alumni who have
shown exceptional service to the
university thiough volunteer effort,
have distinguished themselves in
their careers, and have shown in
volvement in their communities.
Donald Schneider is a Research
Fellow at the Institute for Advanced
Study in the School of Natural
Science at Princeton, N.J. He also
is co-discoverer of the most remote
quasar found in the universe.
Schneider graduated in three
years with highest distinction from
UNL in 1976 with a degree in
physics and mathematics.
Arthur Wolf, director of the
Nevada State Museum and His*
torical Society in Las Vegas, also
will receive the award.
Wolf, a 1975 graduate of UNL,
was in charge of the UNL State
Museum’s anthropology collections
while he was a student
Your Right to Choose is in danger. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision
in the Webster case gave states the authority to restrict abortion.
You and other students have the power to protect the Right by electing
Pro-Choice politicians who believe the decision whether or not to have
an abortion should be yours, not theirs.
The National Abortion Rights Action League
(NARAL) and the U.S. Student Association
believe students who vote can make the difference
on Election Day. This election season, register
and vote.
You have the power.
Use it.
While you still have
the Choice.
National Student Action Day
Thursday, April 5 at 12:00 Noon
Rally and March
Student Union
Paid for by The NARAL Foundation.