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so complicated and really quite small. If we get the education
money (there was a separate bill for education), the would
get about 5% more on all the institues' budgets. So I don't
think I did anything on the House side at all.
You're faced with this handicap now, the holding down of funds.
Oh, yes, well, of course, they're holding down because
they think everything will be vetoed. And as Ford has been successful
with four vetces now, they're scared to death of adding much
money for fear of a veto, and it's a lot of work to be vetoed and
start over again.
I did go to the Senate. I have just been to the Senate
last week. I went to see Magnuson, who was sympathetic to earmarked
money for demonstration of high blood pressure. He was
sympathetic seewingly to more money for cancer, for I hope eye.
And I went to see Hollings, who is in general sympathy with more
funds. I went to see Bayh, who was definitely in favor of $120
million more for cancer research because of his wife's interest
in the while field and his wife's experience with the disease.
And I went to see Hubert, who was definitely in favor of $120
million more for cancer. And I got various people to be in touch
with other people on the subccommittee. the sub-committee now
doesn't know when it will mark up, and anything I've said to them
this last week will be forcotten this next week, more or less
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