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FreedomWorks North Carolina Attends State Telecom Hearing

FreedomWorks members attended a state Finance Committee Hearing on telecom reform on June 6, 2006.

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FreedomWorks North Carolina Attends State Telecom Hearing

FreedomWorks members attended a state Finance Committee Hearing on telecom reform on June 6, 2006.

06/10/2006
Senate Fight Looms Over Extra Net Fees

Supporters of a federal ban on premium Internet pricing say their defeat in the US House of Representatives is just the beginning of their fight for ``network neutrality." ``I think that this really does serve as an enormous wake-up call to the tech world, and I think that we'll see a much much stronger showing in the Senate," said US Representative Edward Markey, Democrat of Malden.

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Senate Fight Looms Over Extra Net Fees

BY Hiawatha Bray

Supporters of a federal ban on premium Internet pricing say their defeat in the US House of Representatives is just the beginning of their fight for ``network neutrality." ``I think that this really does serve as an enormous wake-up call to the tech world, and I think that we'll see a much much stronger showing in the Senate," said US Representative Edward Markey, Democrat of Malden.

06/10/2006
Cable Measure Moves Ahead

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

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Cable Measure Moves Ahead

BY Eric Benderoff

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

06/10/2006
Another Confiscatory Grab by New London

Investor’s Business Daily updates on the activities of the city of New London in confiscating the property of its citizens to increase its tax base. Not only is the city evicting the last two remaining residents so that private development can continue in the name of the public good, but the city is also claiming that the residents it forced from their homes owe $1 million dollars in rent to the city, as the city has technically owned the properties since 2000.

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Another Confiscatory Grab by New London

Investor’s Business Daily updates on the activities of the city of New London in confiscating the property of its citizens to increase its tax base. Not only is the city evicting the last two remaining residents so that private development can continue in the name of the public good, but the city is also claiming that the residents it forced from their homes owe $1 million dollars in rent to the city, as the city has technically owned the properties since 2000.

06/09/2006
FW Vermont Report June 8 -- Correction

In the June 8 edition of the Vermont Report, I wrote:

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FW Vermont Report June 8 -- Correction

In the June 8 edition of the Vermont Report, I wrote:

06/09/2006
CNE and CEI Conference Focuses on Antitrust, Microsoft

Click here for more information and to listen to the full event.

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CNE and CEI Conference Focuses on Antitrust, Microsoft

Click here for more information and to listen to the full event.

06/09/2006
Rep. Taylor to Hold Town Hall Meeting for Residents of Yancey County June 10th

YADKIN. Western North Carolina Representative Charles Taylor will hold a Town Hall meeting to give constituents in Yancey County an opportunity to talk about issues concerning the federal government. The Town Hall meeting will be held from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday June 10 at Burnsville Town Center. “This is an opportunity for folks to share their concerns with me on important issues such as taxes, immigration, Social Security and the budget,” said Rep. Taylor. “I urge people in Yancey County to take part in these opportunities to have a voice in our federal government.”

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Rep. Taylor to Hold Town Hall Meeting for Residents of Yancey County June 10th

YADKIN. Western North Carolina Representative Charles Taylor will hold a Town Hall meeting to give constituents in Yancey County an opportunity to talk about issues concerning the federal government. The Town Hall meeting will be held from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday June 10 at Burnsville Town Center. “This is an opportunity for folks to share their concerns with me on important issues such as taxes, immigration, Social Security and the budget,” said Rep. Taylor. “I urge people in Yancey County to take part in these opportunities to have a voice in our federal government.”

06/09/2006
Dr. Brough Interviewed by Boston Globe

Earlier today Dr. Brough was interviewed by Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globe. Bray covers tech issues for the Globe. The interview was extensive and discussed FreedomWorks’ opposition to net-neutrality in depth. Dr. Brough did a fantastic job of answering a series of challenging questions with professionalism and expertise.

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Dr. Brough Interviewed by Boston Globe

Earlier today Dr. Brough was interviewed by Hiawatha Bray of the Boston Globe. Bray covers tech issues for the Globe. The interview was extensive and discussed FreedomWorks’ opposition to net-neutrality in depth. Dr. Brough did a fantastic job of answering a series of challenging questions with professionalism and expertise.

06/09/2006
Kibbe on CNBC’s “Morning Call”

Matt Kibbe was a guest on CNBC’s ‘Morning Call’ to debate net-neutrality with Ben Scott of the Free Press. Kibbe had several minutes to advocate the anti-regulation, pro-competition message and had a great ‘President of FreedomWorks’ screen shot.

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Television Hit

Kibbe on CNBC’s “Morning Call”

Matt Kibbe was a guest on CNBC’s ‘Morning Call’ to debate net-neutrality with Ben Scott of the Free Press. Kibbe had several minutes to advocate the anti-regulation, pro-competition message and had a great ‘President of FreedomWorks’ screen shot.

06/09/2006
Kibbe Interviewed by Chicago Tribune

Matt Kibbe was interviewed this afternoon by Eric Benndorf, the technology reporter for the Chicago Tribune. The interview reviewed FreedomWorks’ position on net-neutrality, the basic free market, don’t regulate, pro-competition message.

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Kibbe Interviewed by Chicago Tribune

Matt Kibbe was interviewed this afternoon by Eric Benndorf, the technology reporter for the Chicago Tribune. The interview reviewed FreedomWorks’ position on net-neutrality, the basic free market, don’t regulate, pro-competition message.

06/09/2006

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