April 1978
National Review;4/14/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 15, p444
The article presents news briefs related to socio-political developments in the U.S. According to the findings of a task force headed by State Senator Wayne Dumont, elimination of the annual public vote on school budgets would lead to efficient management of New Jersey schools. Representative Charles C. Diggs Jr. has been charged by a federal grand jury on 14 counts of mail fraud. Representatives Phil Crane and Mickey Edwards have introduced a legislative package, which includes a reinvestment tax credit for encouraging industries to remain in cities and legislation to curb imports on imported steel.


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