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FreedomWorks Attends Florida Property Rights Bill Signing

On Wednesday May 31, FreedomWorks state director John Hallman was invited to attend Governor Jeb Bush’s bill signing on important eminent domain legislation protection in recognition of FreedomWorks efforts to help pass this bill. At the signing, Mr. Hallman spoke with the Governor’s policy director about Florida’s no-fault insurance plan. She assured him of the Governor’s plan to veto this and thanked FreedomWorks efforts at helping push this veto forward.

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FreedomWorks Attends Florida Property Rights Bill Signing

On Wednesday May 31, FreedomWorks state director John Hallman was invited to attend Governor Jeb Bush’s bill signing on important eminent domain legislation protection in recognition of FreedomWorks efforts to help pass this bill. At the signing, Mr. Hallman spoke with the Governor’s policy director about Florida’s no-fault insurance plan. She assured him of the Governor’s plan to veto this and thanked FreedomWorks efforts at helping push this veto forward.

06/13/2006
Net Neutrality Debate Turns Ideological

High-tech giant Google, locking arms with MoveOn.org and a host of high-tech lobbyists, is pressing Congress to pass "net neutrality" mandates purportedly needed to protect the open nature of the Internet, where all consumers, content providers, and application providers can interact.

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Net Neutrality Debate Turns Ideological

BY Matt Kibbe

High-tech giant Google, locking arms with MoveOn.org and a host of high-tech lobbyists, is pressing Congress to pass "net neutrality" mandates purportedly needed to protect the open nature of the Internet, where all consumers, content providers, and application providers can interact.

06/13/2006
Promises of Pork

Representative Moran of Arlington, a principled politician from Virginia, gave the crowd at the Arlington County Democratic Committee reason for good cheer on Friday, June 9 when he told them that although he opposes fiscal irresponsibility in theory, he acknowledges the uses of pork barrel spending. He must have a unique theory of fiscal irresponsibility, where spending money on pet projects and funneling money to interest groups has no effect on the budget or on tax levels.

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Promises of Pork

Representative Moran of Arlington, a principled politician from Virginia, gave the crowd at the Arlington County Democratic Committee reason for good cheer on Friday, June 9 when he told them that although he opposes fiscal irresponsibility in theory, he acknowledges the uses of pork barrel spending. He must have a unique theory of fiscal irresponsibility, where spending money on pet projects and funneling money to interest groups has no effect on the budget or on tax levels.

06/12/2006
Health Care

This piece was originally posted at The North Carolina Conservative.com We hear a lot from some legislators working hard to bring us peace in the world, jobs back to the U.S, higher wages for everyone, an end to terrorism and the health care we deserve. Of course, you know that health care is defined as somebody else paying for it and "free" health care is bound to cost more than anyone can afford.

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Health Care

This piece was originally posted at The North Carolina Conservative.com We hear a lot from some legislators working hard to bring us peace in the world, jobs back to the U.S, higher wages for everyone, an end to terrorism and the health care we deserve. Of course, you know that health care is defined as somebody else paying for it and "free" health care is bound to cost more than anyone can afford.

06/12/2006
FreedomWorks Center for Global Economic Growth Hosts Int'l Grassroots Training Conference

(Washington, DC) Last week, FreedomWorks’ Center for Global Economic Growth hosted an intensive grassroots activist training seminar for 15 of Western Europe’s top economic freedom fighters. Attending this conference were the Hayek Institute from Austria, the Liberté Chérie from France, the Institute for Free Enterprise from Germany, and the TaxPayers’ Alliance from Great Britain.

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FreedomWorks Center for Global Economic Growth Hosts Int'l Grassroots Training Conference

(Washington, DC) Last week, FreedomWorks’ Center for Global Economic Growth hosted an intensive grassroots activist training seminar for 15 of Western Europe’s top economic freedom fighters. Attending this conference were the Hayek Institute from Austria, the Liberté Chérie from France, the Institute for Free Enterprise from Germany, and the TaxPayers’ Alliance from Great Britain.

06/12/2006
Middle Ground on Immigration

U.S. Congressman Mike Pence penned a column in Satruday's Wall Street Journal about his Border Integrity and Immigration Reform Act. To access the column, click this link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB114990281402476875.html?mod=opinion_main_featured_stories_hs (Please note a subscription is required) Following are excerpts from the column:

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Middle Ground on Immigration

U.S. Congressman Mike Pence penned a column in Satruday's Wall Street Journal about his Border Integrity and Immigration Reform Act. To access the column, click this link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB114990281402476875.html?mod=opinion_main_featured_stories_hs (Please note a subscription is required) Following are excerpts from the column:

06/12/2006
Florida 2006 Legislative Recap

The 2006 Florida Legislative Session has come to a close and I wanted to take this opportunity to express my gratitude and deep appreciation to all of the Florida FreedomWorks members for all of their hard work in taking time to make their voices heard in Tallahassee. IT PAID OFF! Because of your efforts we can take pride in the victories we obtained in this session. First and foremost because of your efforts we stopped the abuse of eminent domain and have legislation signed into law that will stop the taking of private property by government to give to another private entity. As important will be the Constitutional Amendment to solidify this protection of private property, which will be on the November ballot to be voted on by the citizens. Other great victories for Floridians this session was the elimination of the unfair Joint and Several Liability, the full repeal of the insidious intangibles tax and Governor Bush vetoed legislation that would have extended the much abused No-Fault insurance until 2009.

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Florida 2006 Legislative Recap

The 2006 Florida Legislative Session has come to a close and I wanted to take this opportunity to express my gratitude and deep appreciation to all of the Florida FreedomWorks members for all of their hard work in taking time to make their voices heard in Tallahassee. IT PAID OFF! Because of your efforts we can take pride in the victories we obtained in this session. First and foremost because of your efforts we stopped the abuse of eminent domain and have legislation signed into law that will stop the taking of private property by government to give to another private entity. As important will be the Constitutional Amendment to solidify this protection of private property, which will be on the November ballot to be voted on by the citizens. Other great victories for Floridians this session was the elimination of the unfair Joint and Several Liability, the full repeal of the insidious intangibles tax and Governor Bush vetoed legislation that would have extended the much abused No-Fault insurance until 2009.

06/12/2006
Rep. Taylor Meets FreedomWorks, Pledges Support for Offshore Drilling

BURNSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. FreedomWorks North Carolina members met with Rep. Taylor in Burnsville on June 10th. Rep. Taylor signed the FreedomWorks candidate survey and also pledged to support drilling off the North Carolina coast for natural gas. FreedomWorks also provided information about Net Neutrality and the need to avoid federal regulation of the Internet. Great work guys!

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Rep. Taylor Meets FreedomWorks, Pledges Support for Offshore Drilling

BURNSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. FreedomWorks North Carolina members met with Rep. Taylor in Burnsville on June 10th. Rep. Taylor signed the FreedomWorks candidate survey and also pledged to support drilling off the North Carolina coast for natural gas. FreedomWorks also provided information about Net Neutrality and the need to avoid federal regulation of the Internet. Great work guys!

06/12/2006
Macon County Chapter Holds Monthly Meeting

MACON COUNTY, N.C. The Macon County Chapter of FreedomWorks met on Saturday morning. Sixteen FreedomWorks members showed up to discuss Social Security reform, off-shore drilling, and sending letters to Congressman Taylor asking him to support, local tax issues and property rights, and State and National Telecom reform and how it will impact them.

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Macon County Chapter Holds Monthly Meeting

MACON COUNTY, N.C. The Macon County Chapter of FreedomWorks met on Saturday morning. Sixteen FreedomWorks members showed up to discuss Social Security reform, off-shore drilling, and sending letters to Congressman Taylor asking him to support, local tax issues and property rights, and State and National Telecom reform and how it will impact them.

06/12/2006
House Bill Tied to Higher Web Bills

A bill passed to open up local cable markets to more competition could lower cable bills but includes a controversial provision that might lead to higher charges to access the Internet. Late Thursday the House of Representatives passed sweeping new telecommunications legislation eliminating the need for programming providers to negotiate with individual communities.

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House Bill Tied to Higher Web Bills

BY Eric Benderoff

A bill passed to open up local cable markets to more competition could lower cable bills but includes a controversial provision that might lead to higher charges to access the Internet. Late Thursday the House of Representatives passed sweeping new telecommunications legislation eliminating the need for programming providers to negotiate with individual communities.

06/12/2006

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