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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

Every Litter Bit Hurts... ] KEEP AMERICA CLEAN AND BEAUTIFUL! Published as a public tervic* In cooperation with The Advertising Council ANNUAL SALE White & Wyckoff STATIONERY pastel colors good count Special values supplied by WHITE fit WYCKOFF for this sale. All new stationery—not a clearance of shopworn boxes. 59c box 2 boxes for $1 See the stationery display in our window and In our store. PHARMACY GRIGGS 120 E. College Ave. Across from Old Main WDFM Schedule Today 6_;06 p.m. Summer S*r?T_sif.« 7;_t.O p.m. \Vjtfthitif.ton _Kvjwrte 7 :lf> p.m. Album K#vi*w 7:K0 p.ni.N*?\Y3 and Weather 7:48 p.m. Album Review IrOfl p.m. Show Music h:lW p.m._StnrJiffht Krview 5:1.0 p.m. Opinion 15 *' :O0 p.m. C).Rtith«r _CrniMrt 2:0t. midnight _SIkti Off Friday t :*H. p.m. Rummer _SeTPnflfU_. 7:00 p.m. lli-itfcfe Information Service 7:16 p.m. Album Kfview 7:30 p.m. News and W*ath*r 7;4B p.m. Album Keview *:00 ti._tn. Hip Hand 8:_^0 p.m. _SUirlirht Revie...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

A CARLOAD NOT Hundreds of fine volumes ai NEW! Dome in and make your 13. THE NEW PROFESSORS, ed. by Robert 0. Bowen. Shocking inside story, by nine young professors, on what larger classes, lower entrance requirements, loyalty oaths, etc., have done to American higher education. Pub. at $3.50 Sale $1 14. HOW TO LOOK AT BUILDINGS, by D. Braddell. Excellent non-technical guide to the appreciation of architecture. Profusely illus. Pub. at $1.90 Sale $1 15. Painter of George Washington: GILBERT STUART, by J. T. Flexner. The unvarnished story of the American portraitist who rose from poverty to fame, fortune and intimacy with the greats of two continents—and died a tragic and paradoxical figure. Pub. at $3.00 Sale $1 16. THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS, by J. M. Landis. The powers, functions and future of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, etc. Pub. at $3.00. ., Sale $1 17. An Invitation to CRYPTOGRAMS, by E. Williams. This is a clear, concise and fasc...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

IvEELEK _d - The University Book Store 206 E. COLLEGE AVE. STATE COLLEGE AD 7-2112 AAi t CHAMBER OP COMMERCI E COILEGI, PENNSYLVANIA www to 113. GERTRUDE STEIN: Her Life and Work, by Elizabeth Sprigge. Highly readable account of a remarkable woman, her work, her friends and enemies, and the America and France of which she was a part. Her life . touched all the great names in literature «nd the arts of her time: William James, Hemingway, Wilder, Picasso. Ape.linaire, etc. "What a complete and moving and wonderful book!"—Kay Boyle. 17 pp. of illus. Pub. at $5.00 Sale $2.98 114. ESSAYS ON THE GITA. by Sri Aurobindo. A luminous interpretation of the famous Bhagavad Gita as a practical guide to finding the highest spiritual life on earth. The great Indian thinker has synthesized the thought of the East and West. Pub. at $6.50 Sale $2.98 115. Japan Today—THE BRIDGE OF THE BROCADE SASH, by Sacheverell Sitwell. Perceptive picture of the land which has remained the same for centu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

SDAY SPECIAL MEN'S (©(GAMUT STRAW HATS Reg. $2.98 NOW $1.50 MH _WTKW _( +**** _^ 127 S. Allen St. STATE COLLEGE « ^*/ DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS ENTIRE STOCK OF WOMEN'S SWIM SUITS REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE Famous Make—Save 1/4 io y3 • 5;S8 Swirasuits Wow $4.00 •12.98 Swimsuits Now 10.00 0I"S Swimsults Now $5.fl0 _« ujJ8 Swimsuits Now 11.00 •S.3_ Sw.msu.is Now $6.00 _,.ooe - -._ »_. 7«n_ • 10._W Swimsuits Now $8.00 # I7-M _Swxmsuits Now 12.00 • 11.88 Swimsuite Now $9.00 • 19-98 Swimsuits Now 15.00 ENTIRE UNf Of SPRING AND SUMMER Famous Make SPORTS WEAR 333 REDUCTION Skirls, blouses, polos, Jamaica shorts, bermuda shorts, surfers, clam diggers and pants. Big selection! Be here EARLY! SENIORS v/ho win receive bachelor degrees on AUGUST 26 MUST HAVE PORTRAITS TAKEN for the rmS-1962 LA VIE J_4 #B y Before Graduation V_^ W_^_y At Studio Of Infinity Enterprises, Inc 319 W. Beaver Ave., State College, Pa 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mondays thro Fridays Women wear while blouse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

GijmM- _^ _LoWm_^o- Stores on W. Beaver and opposite Campus Shopping Parking Lot on S. Garner St. State College AD 7-7661 The Penn Stale Diner wfi_? Says: MH And COOL tat HiwuMKSg" _ _c _ **m At The Sign Of The Lion! arefree as a summer vacation Cn vacation or anywhere you go this summer, the neat, crisp look you'll get with you clothes dry cleaned at BALFURD'S will make every day more fun to live. You'll replly be carefree when you rely on the service and quality of BALFURD. Comfortable and confident—that's you in your clothes drv cleaned at a DOLLA R DAY SPECIALS one group of now only ... _«J> | each now only ... _^p | each now only ... _y i/C. each now only . . . _JfrO eacn SPORT SHIRTS • values to 6.95 one group of SPORT HATS values to 5.95 one group of SLACKS . . values to 12.95 one groan of SPORT COATS values to 35.00 ALSO REDUCED: Suits, swim wear, trousers, sport coats, hats, diess ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

¦I 9 (I lac i_^Jjez . . here_'s our dollar day special! y\ HABERDASHERY Wash & Wear SUMMER SUITS S<, I,v___g_k*_» . fe i^^_EESzf Olive & Charcoal 'A mmk _w »j */ in th« Center of Pennsylvania * 229 S.Allen St. e AD 8-1241 At Rear of Store While You Shop Free Parking t Booking for Summer Fall Terms All rooms with hot & cold running water or private bath . . . maid service . . . inner-spring mattresses . . . Television . . . Parking . . . Central Location . . . Quiet for rest and Study. Call Mrs. Cox AD 7-7792 or AD 7-4850 THE C-oconi_'at _^rr-otel 1__# W. NITTANY AVE. Weekend Accommodations for Family & Friends, includi?iff Footbnll Weekends •\< ¦KlIAHl'KKOACKHABl'KIUACKHAHf'BKJACKHARPEHJACKHARVKRJACK HA JACK HARPER DOLLAR DAYS In Conjunction with iAA AREA CHAMBER OP COMMERCE STATE COLLEGE. PENNSYLVANIA _JWW DOLLAR DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY We're offering you the usual Dollar Day...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

"Gel His at Hur's" _i>hDtt ftor a m n\s 114 E. College Ave. AD 7-4715 I ¦i) rOUT IN left _FIELD? UP TO SAVINGS STEP SUMMER AND WINTER SPORT GOATS Values to NOW ONLY $25.00 29.95 3995 $17.98 22.98 29.98 One Group of RAINCOATS SPORT SHIRTS Values to $24 95 NOW " Values to $4.95 $10.98 2 for $5 SUMMER AND WINTER SUITS Values to NOW JUST $35.00 47.50 60.00 $19.98 29.98 44.98 TROUSERS BERMUDAS Were NOW Were NOW 7.95 5.98 9.95 6.98 12.95 8.98 3.95 2.98 4.95 3.98 5.95 4.48 SPECIAL GROUP OF SPORT COATS Values to $45.00 NOW Vi PRICE SX_S.> Alterations _^ Fast Dry Cleaning Service V Complete Laundry Service Open Daily 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m CAMPUS CLEANERS E. Beaver Ave. Next to the Post Office !*®_M ... _*.. ._. llMim_^ wmm _°^^m_^m^^ **_W_&$feiS_ii TENNIS RACKETS $1.98 TENNIS BALLS $1.65 can MOSSBURG ,22 RIFLE NOW S24.95 ^^gBes aa_^-_^_A Was $35.9...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 27 July 1961

Now that you've seen the hook list on pages 6 &7... hurry down to the Dollar Day book sale now in progress at... KEELER'S The University Book Store Across from the Cast Campus Gate AT FRANK'S HOAGIE HAVEN the sandwiches are r_*t<i and they taste good too! 8 kinds of SUBMARINES • real 'talian STEAK SANDWICH • exotic BURGER BOATS • round PIZZA # Call AD 8-838 for delivery from 112S.FRAZIERST STUDENTS WHY ATTEND LAUNDROMAT OR POST OFFICE? HAVE YOUR LAUNDRY WASHED & FLUFF DRIED ONLY 99c FOR 11 LBS. FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SHIRTS FINISHED 24c 24 hr. DRY CLEANING SPECIAL PRICE Phone AD 8-6762 Butch Student Says U.S. Wastes Wood A Netherlands student studying forestry here was "amazed" at the wastefulness of wood in this country. In the Netherlands, a country about the size of Pennsylvania,.there are 10 times as many people and the forests are not as numerous. The conservation of trees is carefully pra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

ITTfS'; Svfct —Collegian Photo by Tom Browne ARTISTS AT WORK—These girls are taking to outdoor instruction. Beverly Shearer, advantage of the good weather to move their junior in art education from Windber, and easels outdoors. Many other students wish Linda Fry, sophomore in applied art from they could follow the girls' example but can Lock Haven are having a class in water color not as their courses do not lend themselves painting. Fulmer to Hit Tax Proposa By MAXINE FINE Rep. Eugene M. Fulmer, R-Ccntrc, said last night that he would not vote for the 2 per cent tax on rents, royalties and dividends in its present form. This bill, which was proposed by the Governor'sspecial bi-partisan committee on education, is scheduled for consideration in the House sometime next week. Fulmer said he found little enthusiasm among his constituents for a bill that would place a tax on dividends from savings. "There are those who: - feel we should not penalize thrift," he added. WHEN TH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

3 Big Features "DONDI" Starring David Janssen and Patti Page "HEROD THE GREAT" Edmund Purdom and Sylvia Lopez "UPSTAIRS ANQ DOWNSTAIRS" Mylene Demongeot and Michael Craig Come Early — No Repeat Showing A word or TWO'S ENOUGH to remind you: Telephone 726-3030 for luncheon or dinner reservations at Mill Hall's famous Dutch Inn—serving the spectacular 8-course European regular 4-course dinnexs. dinners and, of course, all the WMAJ Program Highlights 6:30- 9:30 Alan in the A.M. 9:35-11:00 Dick Horner Show 1:30- 4:30 Bob Zamboni Sh. 4:30- 6:00 Dick Horner Show . 7:05- 9:00 Curtain Time 10.-05-1:00 Groovology 54 NBC NEWS ON THE HOUR NBC EMPHASIS Monday through Friday MONITOR From NBC on Weekends PITTSBURGH PIRATES BASEBALL WMAJ 1450 Wide Range Radio Night & Day kinds of SUBMARINES If you have difficulty making a choice, call Frank — he'll help. FRANK'S HOAGIE HAVEN AD 8-3381 Or Stop In Al _^STARLITE [•DaVE-lNTHEATM r-ir_^ * * ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

deodorant irritation? _¦»* r use gentle DEODORANT AR-EX Use th* deodorant that omits Irritating chemicals-AR-EX Hypo-Allergtnic _Dsodorant. So gentle te sensitive skins. Scented or Unseented. Tulws CO*' / Jan 60*and %IM* . Spray W.00* • »>«_"»*•» ysw _hsariquarters for AR-EX _wsRiitiM GRIGGS PHARMACY 120 E. COLLEGE AVE from Old Main Across SENSORS who will receive bachelor degrees AUGUST 26 on MUST HAVE PORTRAITS TAKEN for the z 1962 LA VIE '¦i Before Graduation At Studio Of Infinity Enterprises, Inc 319 W. Btaver Ave., State College, Pa. 9 cm. to 4 p.m., Mondays thru Fridays Women wear white blouses or whit* sweaters. Men wear dark suits, lies, and white shirts. Portrait Charge $1.92 plus tax 1962 graduate desiring to have NOTE: Any La Vie portrait made now rather than during Fall Term may do so. FAMOUS LOCK'S RESTAURANT DUNCAN HINES APPROVED Victorian Boom—Exclusive and Elegant Ballroom—Local Indian Dec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

ch "-*_"- H5_" _-** —^^^_ _^_i__,_A, / VOU \ -_^ / JUST 1 cb I SOUND WELL. VOUfeE NOT! DO MOU HEAR ME?YOU'RE NOT" f7_ ¦i-_* . --~x_~¦ » sou think L- OU(?E _ALWWfi RI_6MT DON'T VOU?' v O 0:1 v MICKEY M-A-U-S A bit of "Ironic Curtain" humor has been added to the touchy Berlin issue. Earlier this week Mickey Mouse was labeled by the Communists as being an American spy. He was denounced as an agent of the West, helping to persuade East Germans to flee fro m behind the Curtain. Children at a Communist organized forum in the East German city of Halle were told a fairy tale titled ' "The Head Hunters Head Hunters ( _LE1GHTON and Mickey Mouse." The moral of the tale was stop reading Mickey Mouse books and stop joining the i Snowed— fay Mickey Mouse club which has headquarters in West Germany. "These books have the purpose of getting the addresos of your parents," the newspaper Freiheit told children. It makes interesting speculation, trying lo peer ih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

MUCH OF THEIR TIME is spent in the classroom where they arc taught the many things they must know before going to the Philippines. Professor Guthrie is teaching them about the customs and characteristics of the Filipino people. warn • • _i Starts for Xorpsmen ruiffifty Photos by Tom Browne The intensive seven-week Peace Corps training program for the Philippines began with not a "bang" but a "shof'-immunization shots. The first five of a series of shots were given to the volunteers Monday as they filed in alphabetical order into the Ritenour Health Center. Volunteers will probably be puffing after the first few pushups but with more to come in the rigorous physcial conditioning program they will soon become accustomed to. The 60-hour-a-week classroom schedule will orient the Peace Corps volunteers to the Philippine culture, counrty, and climate. The students are expected to "plow through" a dozen or more books in the next seven weeks to supplement classroom lecture...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST! Yes. it's CHRISTMAS in Augusl at HUR'S Men's Shop. HUR'S have laken Iheir cue from aslule women buyers — have you ever noticed? Women buy winler clothes in summer lo lake advantage of sale prices. HUR'S are reducing regular weight (as well as summer) suits and sport coals lo Ihe low, money-saving prices below. One Group Values to $50 Now... V_ Price SPORT COATS SUMMER AND WINTER WEIGHT SPORT COATS $25.40 $29.85 $39.95 $56.60 Now $17.98 Now $22.9e Now $30.91 Now $39.98 SUITS $45.60 $50.00 $55.86 $59.95 $65.00 $89.56 $75.00 .. Now $27.98 .. Now $29.98 .. Now $34.98 .. Now 138.98 .. Now $_«M.98 .. Now $47.98 .. New $49.98 Alteration* al Cost "Get His at Hur's" Itora _JUtts man 114 E. College Ave Daily decisions plague everyone. But when they have to do with a future career, they're realty a problem. If ycur indecisions fall in this area, yeu might try looking into th* advantages ef • career in life insurance sales, leading to sal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

So long Summer, hello fall! iHABERDASHERY We're cleaning up the store for the arrival of new fall goods. All of our summer merchandise that has been on sale has been reduced further. If you're still looking for some real values on summer furnishings, slop in and look around. If you're thinking ahead, and would like to get a preview of the new fall syiles. stop in and browse around — fall goods are ¦«¦ ** "" ^^" beginning lo arrive. •..,_/-. en * i In th« Center of PennsylvartH Free Parking At Rear of Store While You Shop • 229 S. Allen St. • AD 8-1241 ome and cjet ft fine services! Included in the fine services at Balfurd s is the quick dry cleaning and laundry you can have whenever you're in a hurry. One hour dry cleaning, three hour laundry service available at our plant on Beaver Ave. Next time you're worry. Just remembei in a hurrv; relax—don't a Q_$SMkU- 4 _LQJud_&J* Stores on W. Beaver and Opposite Campus Shopping Parking Lot on S. Garner St. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 3 August 1961

_tt.'.. • . '\_-_^_;.___. j-.'iku _*&*____33i» OUR GIGANTIC SIDEWALK SPECTACULAR CONTINUES! Because of the great response to our recent sidewalk sale, we are continuing this sidewalk spectacular until Saturday. All titles mentioned in Previous Sale Ads have been completely restocked, so stop by Today and save t 0 THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE 206 E. COLLEGE AVENUE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 10 August 1961

Tuition. Room. Board Hiked A self-styled austerity plan was announced to the University Senate last week by President Eric A. Walker. In announcing a tuition and room and board increase, Walker said "It is almost certain that the Legislature will not give us the money we need to run the University." Through necessity, he said, "there will be no new research projects undertaken, no new buildings arranged for and no extra students admitted." THERE WILL BE A $15-A-TERM tuition increase, effective in the fall term, boosting the present figure from $160 to $175 for Pennsylvanians. The rate for out-of-state students will be raised from $320 to $350 per term. According to the latest figures, the University now has the highest tuition of any strictly state supported college in the nation. Walker told the senators that "all the money received from the tuition increase will go to 'teaching faculty' salaries." He said later that the University has to maintain its "competitive position in r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 10 August 1961

NOW PLAYING THRU AUG. 19 nurjeir pWftollil "JOiairrwuil ARTHUR RHLLER'S _v For Reservations call AD 8-6733 A TERRIFIC SHO_^ I AMAZING ACHIEVEMENT!" TIME _MASUSNE ^^^ OTOIr_^EMINGER PRESENTS PAUL NEWMAN/EVA MARIE SAINT RALPH RICHARDSON /PETER LAWFORD LEE J.COBB/SAL MINEO/JOHN DEREK JILL HAWORTH_^feta_^MSb EXODUS SCRttNPtAY BY OALTON _TRUMBO • BASED ON THE NOVEU BY LEON URIS • MUSIC BY ERNEST COLD • PHOTOGRAPHED IN SUPER PANAVISION 70, TECHNICOLOR* BY SAM LEAVITT A UNITED ARTISTS RELEASE • PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY OTTO _PREMINSEft _jP*^ ffl, mjf*_ffljiflM^^ Today at 1:30 & 8:00 PJM. I W_^Vs'f* T 9_il VflFri-Sat: 1:00, 4:40, 8:15 PM tti jiffli TiiiHi JlliiiimA _tmfaffuM Sun: at 2; 00 & 8:00 P.M. Pi fi\ i 4«™ Ihe "S_^ Academy 1 } Award _k Winner! * EASTMAN COLOR At 1:37. 4:54. 8:11 At 3:01, 6:18, 9:35 STARTS SUNDAY »-«CANDY MOORE-BEN JOHNSON _JESSt WHITE _»CHM!Pr.»» baa — FRIDAY KITE — PATTY BJGELOW at the Piano Lunche...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 10 August 1961

CANDY HEADQUARTERS Candies • Pennsylvania Dutch • Callard and Bowsers English Candies • Tobler Swiss Chocolates • Drake's Dietetic Candies Nuts in cans • Kemp Russell Stover Candies in Slate College only ai GRIGGS PHARMACY 120 E C01LEGE AVE Across from Old Main TEACHER'S _AGEMCY SOUTHWEST 1303 Central N.E. Albuquerque, Hew Mexico Serving the Entire Southwest West & Alaska FREE REGISTRATION Member: N.A.TJL Salaries: $4500 up > 1 J? ' . ^/. itQZ I &*.-. >* i ¦ t I _emongst beautiful women, tradition not withstanding her portrait is made at bill coleman's . . . invariably i I one-three-six e. college ave _ MEMORABLE That s a Dinner ai Duffy s Dining room open from 5 to 9:30. Your favorite beverages served from 4:30 to midnight. (Closed on Sunday) Open from 1 to 9:30 P.M On Graduation Day In Boalsburg, 4 miles east of Stale College on Route 322 I turn right at the Texac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 10 August 1961

_^ <&>' J& * Wy/ y _^Vw- -A »* ft _^ ~^ 3 J \ _W_^_fl s ¦>rT _tAB _fWPMENr CD, *i o' J 8? JJ £ & ' A_£ A AVMT_6KOF fACr- V/g CWT EXPECT PKOFE5SCR 5rMKF _0_AOC IN _TW MP _fCK TH' _KP_5_TOF fH' AF1_FJ_?_WW The Statistics Again The University can once again claim to be in the superlatives. Now we have the highest tuition of any tax supported state college or university in the United States. Ranked against such schools as Massachusetts Institute of Technology which receive a good share of tax funds, but which also have private endowments, we rank a lowly third in tuition rales. It tires us to keep repeating the University's statistical variances in the great tuition race, but try we must to convince the Pennsylvania public that the situation at Penn State is nothing to be ignored. One of the most amazing of the statistics that have been unearthed in this budget battle concerns our Legislature's...

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