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Washington State Tax Fact #4: The Tax Will Strain Family Budgets
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Washington State Tax Fact #4: The Tax Will Strain Family Budgets

The billion dollar I-884 tax hike will place a huge burden on family budgets. The Washington Policy Institute found that the proposed sales tax increase from 6.5 percent to 7.5 percent would cost the average person $115 a year. Because sales taxes are tacked onto the price of goods, disposable income would go down by $931 million statewide. While some items are exempt from the sales tax, essentials like housing and over-the-counter drugs would cost more.

10/12/2004
South Carolina Senate Fact #4: The Code Burdens Taxpayers
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South Carolina Senate Fact #4: The Code Burdens Taxpayers

The debate in the race for South Carolina’s open U.S. Senate seat is centers in part on fundamental tax reform. That’s good, because this year taxpayers will spend an estimated 6.4 billion hours this year filing their taxes. That massive waste of time is one reason why Representative Jim DeMint committed to fundamental reform of the tax code in the FreedomWorks Candidate Survey, and has also pledged to not raise taxes.

10/12/2004
Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tort Reform
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Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tort Reform

As Medical Liability Reform legislation languishes in the U.S. Senate, FreedomWorks activists were in Milwaukee to show their support for the Administration’s tort reform policies. Several activists carried signs urging passersby near the site of the recent visit by Laura Bush to “Don't Feed the Sharks; Support Tort Reform.”

10/12/2004
Join Texas CSE/FreedomWorks for the Sessions vs. Frost Debate this Thursday
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Join Texas CSE/FreedomWorks for the Sessions vs. Frost Debate this Thursday

The Texas Congressional District 32 race is no doubt one of the hottest in the country. Martin Frost, the Democrat, is taking on Pete Sessions, the Republican, in this newly drawn district and CSE/FreedomWorks wants to do everything we can to let citizens know where these two candidates stand on the issues that really count. Pete Sessions has completed the CSE/FreedomWorks Candidate Survey and indicated his strong support of Social Security reform with personal accounts, fundamental tax reform and making the Bush tax cuts permanent, and tort reform to end lawsuit abuse.

10/12/2004
Amendment One, what is it, and what does it mean?
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Amendment One, what is it, and what does it mean?

The upcoming referendum, "Amendment One," will be on the North Carolina Ballot this November 2004. This amendment has many names that explain its purpose. The most notable title is 'self-financing bonds.' Here's a little background on this issue:

10/12/2004
Washington State Tax Fact #4: The Tax Will Strain Family Budgets
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Washington State Tax Fact #4: The Tax Will Strain Family Budgets

The billion dollar I-884 tax hike will place a huge burden on family budgets. The Washington Policy Institute found that the proposed sales tax increase from 6.5 percent to 7.5 percent would cost the average person $115 a year. Because sales taxes are tacked onto the price of goods, disposable income would go down by $931 million statewide. While some items are exempt from the sales tax, essentials like housing and over-the-counter drugs would cost more.

10/12/2004
South Carolina Senate Fact #4: The Code Burdens Taxpayers
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South Carolina Senate Fact #4: The Code Burdens Taxpayers

The debate in the race for South Carolina’s open U.S. Senate seat is centers in part on fundamental tax reform. That’s good, because this year taxpayers will spend an estimated 6.4 billion hours this year filing their taxes. That massive waste of time is one reason why Representative Jim DeMint committed to fundamental reform of the tax code in the FreedomWorks Candidate Survey, and has also pledged to not raise taxes.

10/12/2004
Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tort Reform
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Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tort Reform

As Medical Liability Reform legislation languishes in the U.S. Senate, FreedomWorks activists were in Milwaukee to show their support for the Administration’s tort reform policies. Several activists carried signs urging passersby near the site of the recent visit by Laura Bush to “Don't Feed the Sharks; Support Tort Reform.”

10/12/2004
CONVERSATIONS WITH KATHLEEN DUNN
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CONVERSATIONS WITH KATHLEEN DUNN

For Program On: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 at 9:00 AM Howard Dean, founder and chair of Democracy For America and the Wisconsin Director of the Conservative group, Freedom Works join Kathleen Dunn today after nine to offer their perspectives on the upcoming presidential election and America’s current political landscape. Guest: Cameron Sholty, Wisconsin Director of Freedom Works Guest: Howard Dean, former Governor of Vermont and former Democratic Presidential candidate. Governor Dean is also the Founder and Honorary Chair of Democracy For America.

10/12/2004
Wheels roll to beat poverty
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Wheels roll to beat poverty

BY Pat Schneider

Both major presidential campaigns are dodging the "P word" -- poverty -- and misleading voters with a myopic vision of terror, evangelist Jim Wallis, in Madison on the Rolling to Overcome Poverty bus tour, said Friday. "Whoever is elected, we had better be at their front door to make clear that poverty is the weapon of mass destruction for America," Wallis said in an interview. "It touches everything else, in its social costs and connections to terrorism. Investing in a different future makes sense and is the right thing to do. But neither party has that kind of vision."

10/12/2004

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