April 1952
New Republic;4/21/52, Vol. 126 Issue 16, p3
This article presents information on various socio-political and administrative developments in the U.S. and from around the world. One of them is the issue of state's rights on offshore oil. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled four times that the off-shore mineral rights belong to the "federal government" and all the people. The bipartisan American Council on Education, representing, tens of thousands of schools and school teachers, endorses the Hill-O'Maboney bill to earmark the revenue from offshore oil for federal education. The U.S. Senate defeated this bill, 50 to 35.


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