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The Battalion
Tuesday • January 31, 1995
The Battalion • Page 7
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• Let the memories
of 1993-94 come
rolling back
• 864 pages, 2-
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weighs 12 lbs.
• The nation's
largest college
Bush: Rallying support in "Washington
continued from Page 1
as a whole.”
While Bush and Texas Sen.
Kay Bailey Hutchison are in
agreement in principle on the
merits of a Mexican loan-guar
antee package, Texas GOP Sen.
Phil Gramm has become a vocal
dissenter of Clinton’s plan.
Gramm, who will formally de
clare his presidential candidacy
next month, has criticized Clinton
for a lack of leadership on the is
sue and is demanding reform of
Mexico’s monetary system before
pledging U.S. backing.
“We’re seeing a real failure of
presidential leadership and I
think a lot of Americans are go
ing to lose their jobs as a result,”
Gramm said Sunday on NBC’s
“Meet the Press.”
Bush, who discussed the res
cue plan with Gramm, agreed
that the administration’s delay
in presenting a specific plan has
hurt its chances of passage.
“Part of my job as the governor
but really the job of the president
and leadership is to convince the
American people that this is good
for America,” he said. “I know it is
good for Texas.”
Bush appeared to relish the
current prevailing mood in
Washington of relaxed govern
ment control and increased free
dom for states to devise their
own solutions to welfare reform,
health care and education.
“I believe the most signifi
cant part of what is taking
place in Washington today is
the recognition that states have
the capacity to think for them
selves,” he said.
Bush also said he is willing to
live with the implicit guarantee
that fewer federal constraints on
states is likely to mean fewer
federal dollars, too.
“I recognize there is a price
for freedom, a price for flexibili
ty,” he said. “I think I am willing
to pay that price.”
The governor, who often vis
ited the White House while it
was occupied by his parents,
said he was happy to be back.
“It was nostalgic,” he said. “Re
gardless of your lot in life, you
still get a thrill — at least I got
a thrill — going back to the
White House even though I had
been there oftentimes.”
Lawmakers should
focus on juvenile crime
reform, report says
Texas prisons under capacity
for first time in two decades
AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas prison system this year will have
more than enough cells for the first time in two decades, meaning
state lawmakers should turn their attention to juvenile crime, ac
cording to a report released Monday.
“No reform and no amount of money spent on the adult criminal
justice system can achieve long-term success unless Texas develops
a more effective juvenile justice system,” the report said.
Its author, Tony Fabelo, executive director of the state Criminal
Justice Policy Council, suggested that lawmakers strengthen some
provisions the 1993 Legislature made for nonviolent offenders.
However, their primary concern should be’ young criminals,
Fabelo said.
“If we fail to slow down the crime factory, the adult criminal jus
tice system will once more be overwhelmed by the effects of increas
ing crime in the near future,” he said.
Prison construction over the past two years has increased the
number of prison beds to about 100,000. The state will add another
46,000 beds by the end of this year, Fabelo said.
That will eliminate a backlog of 21,000 state prisoners in county
jails by June, several months ahead of a Sept. 1 deadline.
Free of an overcrowding problem for the first time since the
1970s, the state should examine whether some jail space can be
used for juvenile offenders, said Karen Hughes, spokeswoman for
Gov. George W. Bush.
“Gov. Bush hopes this clears the way for Texas to think cre
atively about ways to use existing prison beds in fiscally responsi
ble ways, specifically ... to help get violent juveniles off the
streets,” Ms. Hughes said.
The report said about 4,000 beds originally set aside for drug
treatment could be used instead for juvenile offenders.
In addition to toughening punishments, the state should en
hance social services to reward youths who aren’t breaking the
law, Fabelo said.
“If you’re a poor kid and have not broken the law ... you have less
access to state-provided services than those who break the rules,
and that is something that we need to work on,” he said.
While the overall crime rate in Texas has declined, violent
crime has increased, largely because of a rise in juvenile crime,
Fabelo said.
Juvenile crime reforms are needed now to combat a projected in
crease in the state’s youth population, he said.
The population of people 10- to 24-years-old — the age group
most likely to be involved in crime — will increase by 505,000 by the
year 2004, Fabelo said.
The report suggested that lawmakers toughen punishments for
state jail felons, a new class of criminals created by the Legislature
two years ago.
Without the capacity problem, the state should be able to make
those changes, said Sen. John Whitmire, chairman of the Senate
Criminal Justice Committee.
“We’ll never have to make compromises on what we have to do
with punishment because of a lack of capacity,” Whitmire said.
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