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NATION WASHINGTON Reno Prepares Suits Over Motor Voter Law

Attorney General Janet Reno is readying court actions to force a handful of states to comply with a federal law easing voter registration, administration officials said Sunday.

Lawsuits could be filed as early as Monday against up to five states - Illinois, California, Michigan, Pennsylvania and South Carolina - although the officials said some of those states could avoid the suits as a result of last-minute discussions with state officials or evaluations of state efforts to comply.

The law, passed with strong Democratic support over considerable Republican opposition, requires all states to provide voter registration through the driver licensing process, through the mail and at state social service offices. AP MICHIGAN Deal Ends Strike: GM To Hire More Workers

Workers at a crucial General Motors parts complex in Flint, Mich., overwhelmingly ratified a deal Sunday to end a four-day strike that forced shutdowns at other GM plants in the United States and Canada.

The agreement included a GM commitment to hire more than 600 additional workers by mid-1996 and to add new products to the complex's output, the United Auto Workers said.

GM said it expected to resume parts production during the night and reopen the idled assembly plants today.

The 6,800 members of UAW Local 651 went on strike Wednesday at the AC Delco Flint East complex, two factories that make a variety of parts used in many GM cars and trucks. AP

***** WORLD (THE FOLLOWING COPY APPEARED ONLY IN THE FIVE STAR:) ISRAEL Auschwitz Survivors Gather At Yad Vashem

About 2,700 Israelis who survived Auschwitz in Poland gathered in Jerusalem Sunday for two ceremonies marking liberation of the Nazi death camp 50 years ago this week. …

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