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Letter to U. S. Senate on S. 1419, the Making Energy Less Affordable Act
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Letter to U. S. Senate on S. 1419, the Making Energy Less Affordable Act

View the letter as a .pdf Washington, D. C. 14th June 2007Dear Senator: The undersigned organizations are writing to share our concerns about S. 1419, the Renewable Fuels, Consumer Protection, and Energy Efficiency Act of 2007, sponsored by Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). This bill should be titled the Making Energy Less Affordable Act.View the letter as a .pdf Washington, D. C. 14th June 2007Dear Senator:

06/18/2007
NET NEUTRALITY, SMALL BUSINESS, AND BIG GOVERNMENT
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NET NEUTRALITY, SMALL BUSINESS, AND BIG GOVERNMENT

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06/18/2007
FreedomWorks Key Votes "No" on Card Check Bill, S. 1041
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FreedomWorks Key Votes "No" on Card Check Bill, S. 1041

On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I respectfully urge you to VOTE NO on S. 1041, the “Card Check” bill. Instead of addressing fundamental competitiveness issues in the U.S. education, regulatory, tort, and tax systems, the new majority in Congress is bent on raising taxes and re-unionizing the economy. The next step in that agenda is a vote this week on “Card Check” legislation, S. 1041, sponsored by Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA)

06/18/2007
FreedomWorks Opposes New Net Neutrality Regulation
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FreedomWorks Opposes New Net Neutrality Regulation

FreedomWorks filed comments urging the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) not to adopt new net neutrality mandates. More than 2,000 members of FreedomWorks also filed comments with the FCC opposing an expansion of internet regulation. In conjunction with the comments, FreedomWorks released a new study authored by Chief Economist Wayne Brough and Adjunct Fellow Arthur Fleisher, who is also a professor at Metropolitan State College of Denver.

06/18/2007
FreedomWorks North Carolina Fights Forced Annexation
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Fights Forced Annexation

On Thursday, June 14, North Carolina FreedomWorks activists concerned about forced annexation visited state senators and representatives. Activists delivered letters asking legislators to "not only support but to advocate for changing our antiquated annexation law".  The visits followed an evening hearing of the Committee on Rules of the House.  The public hearing regarded studying Municipal Annexation (House Bill 86).

06/18/2007
FreedomWorks North Carolina Disappointed in Shuler Vote
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Disappointed in Shuler Vote

Energy prices are driven primarily by a balance between supply and demand. With Americans facing record energy prices, Congress should embrace policies that will expand production and boost energy supplies. FreedomWorks activists have been visiting congressional offices in recent weeks to deliver the message that we need a sensible energy policy that promotes secure and reliable forms of energy at stable prices. What is not needed is sound bit politics that will create red tape and drive up the costs of energy.

06/18/2007
Court Upholds Freedom of Speech
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Court Upholds Freedom of Speech

Last week the Supreme Court ruled that unions cannot use a member's mandatory dues for political activity without their explicit consent. Essentially, they cannot force you to support a political candidate against your will. This is an expansion on the 1988 case, Communication Workers vs. Beck, where the court said that unions could not use dues for politics if a member objected. Now the union needs explicit consent to use the dues, the burden is no longer on the worker to complain.

06/17/2007
Revolt in the air over tax reform
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Revolt in the air over tax reform

BY MICHAEL POLLICK

While Florida lawmakers think they passed revolutionary property tax reform, what they might have done is put a property tax revolt into high gear. Throughout the state, grass-roots groups and elected county property appraisers are girding for war. They are adamant about bypassing the Legislature and putting their own reforms before voters through petitions. The factions seeking do-it-yourself reform include: Son of Save Our Homes

06/17/2007
Frontline is a False Start for Consumers and Taxpayers.
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Frontline is a False Start for Consumers and Taxpayers.

There is quite a political dust-up in Washington over a spectrum proposal in front of the Federal Communications Commission.  I’m sure the name was market-tested – Frontline – to generate political support.  The gist of the idea is to reserve valuable waterfront property, in this case a band of the 700 MHz spectrum – for a “public private partnership” that would ostensibly put new resources in the hands of first responders.  Everyone supports police, firemen and others on the “frontline” right?  Yes, but that doesn’t mean the Frontline proposal is good for consumers, taxpayers or even, first responders.

06/15/2007
Telecom Victory in Ohio
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Telecom Victory in Ohio

Today, Ohio's House passed SB 117, the cable choice bill. Now, Ohioans will be able to benefit from cable compeititon.

06/15/2007

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