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Re: For Joe H.

In a message dated 11/25/00 3:01:11 AM Central Standard Time, 
halinar@open.org writes:

<< For example, the federal 
 government telling state governments what speed limits they have to 
 set, what blood alcohol level to set for DUI's,  >>
   You ought to do some reading on the history of the Federal Highway 
Administration. It started in 1893 but was mainly done out of general fund 
money. In 1956, President Eisenhower signed the Federal-Aid Highway Act and 
the Highway Revenue Act and it was later named for him. In 1999, the TEA-21 
that includes what you mentioned above passed Congress with overwhelming 
bipartisan support. The House vote was 337-80. The Bill addresses many issues 
but one minute part addresses safety. The DUI levels aren't mandatory BUT a 
state will be penalized 5% the first year in revenue and 10% yearly after 
that for not complying. While I didn't read the whole thing, I can see why 
the Bill had such great bipartisan support. The old adage you got to give a 
little to get a little seems to have worked for everyone. As far as Social 
Security goes, I can plead ignorance because I am a civil servant and I don't 
pay Social Security and I will never be entitled to Spousal Social Security 
like people get when they do not work outside the home. Being raised in a 
good conservative home :-) :-), my husband and I have done rather well 
planning for our retirements using every means available. Pension plans, 
IRA's, 401k's etc. 

Solidarity, Katherine A. Klass
                4439 Valhalla Road
                New Franken, WI. 54229
                phone 1-920-866-2413
                fax 1-920-866-3312
                e-mail kateklass@aol.com
                e-mail Katherine.Klass@usda.gov
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