December 14, 1981

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The United States Congress recently passed an important piece of legislation, the Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1981, that affects the vast majority of our social programs--from Social Security and child nutrition to unemployment and mental health.
At 18, Dean Houle is a world-class athlete. With international awards in swimming, weightlifting, shot-put, and track, he is one of the United States' most versatile competitors. In 1978, he won a gold medal in weightlifting in Scotland, in 1980, a bronze in the shot-put in Denmark, and he is in training for meets scheduled for next year.
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