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New Hampshire CSE Battles the New "Pole Tax"
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New Hampshire CSE Battles the New "Pole Tax"

State Director Chuck McGee presents Senior Legislative Assistant Bill Simpson with stacks of Stop the Pole Tax Action Alert Replys sent in from CSE members across New Hampshire. Thanks to the efforts of CSE members, State House Speaker Gene Chandler and members of his leadership team are working hard to help pass HB 1416 and defeat the pole tax.

03/17/2004
Activist files to repeal county income tax
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Activist files to repeal county income tax

BY SCOTT LEARN

Gresham tax activist Don McIntire filed an initiative petition Tuesday to repeal Multnomah County's income tax for schools and other services, prompting warnings from school leaders that eliminating the tax would mean substantial cuts. If the measure qualifies for the ballot and passes, it would jettison the 1.25 percent tax for 2004 and 2005, cutting budgets beginning next school year. The tax on 2003 income, due by April 15, would remain.

03/17/2004
Activist files to repeal county income tax
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Activist files to repeal county income tax

BY SCOTT LEARN

Gresham tax activist Don McIntire filed an initiative petition Tuesday to repeal Multnomah County's income tax for schools and other services, prompting warnings from school leaders that eliminating the tax would mean substantial cuts. If the measure qualifies for the ballot and passes, it would jettison the 1.25 percent tax for 2004 and 2005, cutting budgets beginning next school year. The tax on 2003 income, due by April 15, would remain.

03/17/2004
Some in Concord want to raise taxes via the phone company
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Some in Concord want to raise taxes via the phone company

BY MAX PAPPAS

MAKING PHONE calls in New Hampshire will get more expensive if certain tax-raising politicians in Concord have their way. The federal government already taxes us on our income, the state taxes us on our property, and, when we spend some of what is left over to pay our phone bill, we are taxed again by both.

03/17/2004
No Motorist Left in Line
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No Motorist Left in Line

©2004 Copley News Service, 3/16/2004 With gasoline prices near $2 a gallon in some parts of the country, drivers and businesses are understandably edgy. Rising gasoline prices reduce disposable income and make transportation, which impacts nearly every sector of the economy, more expensive. If gas prices get too high, it will adversely affect economic growth and slow down job creation.

03/16/2004
Lawsuit abuse adds to job losses
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Lawsuit abuse adds to job losses

BY Alice Click

Saturday's job rally in Point Pleasant emphasized the need to get in touch with Washington to bring American jobs back to this country. There were aspects of the job loss problem that received scant attention: the need for regulatory reform and lawsuit abuse. Wayne Brough, chief economist for Citizens for a Sound Economy, reported that in 2000 alone, "American businesses spent $843 billion complying with federal regulations. American industries and businesses are strangled by red tape and regulation."

03/16/2004
Iredell County Sends Letters to Sec. of Agriculture
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Iredell County Sends Letters to Sec. of Agriculture

Iredell Co. CSE is writing letters to the U.S. Sec. Of Agriculture urging her to permit citizens to cut more timber on National Forest timberlands. For too long, national forest lands have been managed without enough local input. Without more timber cuts, forest build-up will continue to result in catastrophic forest fires that cause long-term damage to the forests and neighboring private property. This is a project of all of the western NC CSE chapters. Great work!

03/15/2004
Washington State Freedom Agenda Update
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Washington State Freedom Agenda Update

The 2004 Legislature adjourned March 11, 2004. CSE activists played a vital role in supporting and opposing legislation this year. Hundreds of e-mails, letters, and phone calls were sent by our members and your efforts are sincerely appreciated. A summary of major legislation is attached but first, from the “That’s Outrageous!” column:

03/15/2004
Mitchell County Sends Letters to Sec. of Agriculture
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Mitchell County Sends Letters to Sec. of Agriculture

Mitchell Co. CSE is writing letters to the U.S. Sec. Of Agriculture urging her to permit citizens to cut more timber on National Forest timberlands. For too long, national forest lands have been managed without enough local input. Without more timber cuts, forest build-up will continue to result in catastrophic forest fires that cause long-term damage to the forests and neighboring private property. This is a project of all of the western NC CSE chapters. Great work!

03/15/2004
Thirty Members Attend Graham and Swain County CSE Meeting
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Thirty Members Attend Graham and Swain County CSE Meeting

Graham and Swain Co. CSE held its montly meeting on March 8, 2004, and 30 activists attended. The meeting's special guest was Steve Henson, Executive Director of the Southern Appalachian Multiple-Use Council. He spoke to the group on Property Rights and how effective CSE was on stopping Stream Buffers. He also emphasized how important it is to go to CSE Day and to get involved!

03/15/2004

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