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Arrogant board members
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BY SUE SKINNER

As a nonparent, small business owner, taxpayer and long-time citizen of Astoria, I voted for the bond measure to remodel Gray Elementary School because it was promoted as a way to secure the future of neighborhood schools in our town. Upon attending the Astoria School Board meeting of March 11, I was surprised to discover that Gray School is now being “restructured” to warehouse kindergarten students and serve as administration offices.

03/26/2004
Anatomy of the Coming Collapse, and Solutions
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Anatomy of the Coming Collapse, and Solutions

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS FACT SHEET More info Fundamental Issues Facing Social Security and Medicare – The long-term funding challenges facing Social Security and Medicare are the result of a fundamental shift in the demographics of the U.S. population which results in fewer workers supporting our nation’s retirees.

03/24/2004
Fifty CSE Activists Attend Mitchell and Yancey County Meeting
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Fifty CSE Activists Attend Mitchell and Yancey County Meeting

On March 23, 2004, fifty CSE Members from Mitchell and Yancey County attended a meeting to discuss a key issue this year: U.S. economy and jobs creation. The Guest Speaker was John Yarboro,Jr. Mr. Yarboro is the Director Government Relations for Western Carolina Industries. He addressed the question of why U.S. jobs are going overseas and how we can combat the problem: 1. Eliminate burdensome Government regulations

03/24/2004
Fifty CSE Activists Attend Mitchell and Yancey County Meeting
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Press Release

Fifty CSE Activists Attend Mitchell and Yancey County Meeting

On March 23, 2004, fifty CSE Members from Mitchell and Yancey County attended a meeting to discuss a key issue this year: U.S. economy and jobs creation. The Guest Speaker was John Yarboro,Jr. Mr. Yarboro is the Director Government Relations for Western Carolina Industries. He addressed the question of why U.S. jobs are going overseas and how we can combat the problem: 1. Eliminate burdensome Government regulations

03/24/2004
Spending limit eyed for fall ballot - or session
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Spending limit eyed for fall ballot - or session

BY BRAD CAIN

SALEM, Ore. — Anti-tax activists have filed a proposed initiative measure to ask voters this November to clamp a tight limit on state government spending. But the activists, including Russ Walker of Citizens for a Sound Economy, concede there might not be enough time for a signature gathering campaign and they might urge the Legislature to take up the issue. And, in fact, some lawmakers are circulating a plan for a June special session that combines a new spending limit with creation of a rainy day fund to protect schools and other programs from cuts in future downturns.

03/24/2004
Groups sue over wording of education tax initiative
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Groups sue over wording of education tax initiative

BY JAKE ELLISON

The billion-dollar tax initiative designed to bolster public education in Washington has been stalled by a last-minute lawsuit. Three anti-tax groups have challenged language in the title that describes the content of the initiative. The suit was filed in Thurston County Superior Court on Monday -- the last day such action could be taken. The League of Education Voters initiative -- I-844 -- would raise the state's sales tax by 1 percent.

03/24/2004
Political Notebook
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Political Notebook

SALEM -- Tax activists have filed a proposed initiative that would ask voters in November to limit state spending. The activists, including Russ Walker of Citizens for a Sound Economy, concede that there might not be enough time to gather the 100,000 signatures needed by the July 2 deadline and that they might urge the Legislature to take up the issue. Some lawmakers are circulating a plan for a June special session that combines a new spending limit with creation of a rainy day fund to protect programs during economic downturns.

03/24/2004
Group welcomes debate on Social Security
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Group welcomes debate on Social Security

The conservative free-market group Citizens for a Sound Economy is bringing its Social Security ideas to Boynton Beach today. The organization favors changes to Social Security, including at least some amount of privatization. John Hallman, South Florida director for the organization, said political reality would dictate preserving benefits for current retirees and near retirees. But, he said, people a long way from retirement should be able to make some investment decisions themselves, rather than depend on the government program.

03/23/2004
Fiscal and Policy Note: Taxpayer Bill of Rights
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Fiscal and Policy Note: Taxpayer Bill of Rights

This is the analysis put together during the First Session of the 2004 Maryland General Assembly within House Ways and Means Committee. The report describes the affects TABOR (taxpayer bill of rights) will have on the Maryland economy. To review this data click here: Fiscal and Policy Note: Taxpayer Bill of Rights

03/23/2004
Candidates Defend Legal System
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Candidates Defend Legal System

From the Charleston Daily Mail, March 23, 2004, Tuesday Copyright 2004 Charleston Newspapers The three leading contenders for the Democratic nomination for governor all say that West Virginia's civil justice system is not broken, and they would not seek to change it. Joe Manchin, Lloyd Jackson and Jim Lees all agreed that West Virginia's court system isn't the kind of tort hell depicted by the Chamber of Commerce. Rather, they say so-called tort reform measures would limit access to courtrooms.

03/23/2004

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