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Tennessee Moves Forward With Cable Franchise Reform Legislation
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Tennessee Moves Forward With Cable Franchise Reform Legislation

Tennessee took a major step forward in lowering cable bills and improving service with the introduction of SB1933/HB1421, The Competitive Cable and Video Services Act of 2007. If passed, the legislation will eliminate burdensome franchise laws in Tennessee that are blocking increased competition in the video programming (traditional “cable T.V.”) market.

03/05/2007
Activists Talk Freedom Agenda with Senator Dole
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Activists Talk Freedom Agenda with Senator Dole

STATESVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA. FreedomWorks attended a townhall meeting on Feb. 17, 2007, to advance grassroots support for the Freedom Agenda. Pictured here are FreedomWorks members Eddie Guy asking Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R - N.C.) a question, and FreedomWorks activist Linda Jolly with Sen. Dole.

03/05/2007
HR 800 and the Democrat plans to strengthen unions
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HR 800 and the Democrat plans to strengthen unions

Congress will soon vote on HR 800, the "Card Check Bill" which will make it easier for unions to unionize workers in the private sector. It will eliminate most of the secrecy in union balloting, allowing union intimidation of workers. It's a terrible bill, part of the Democrats' plan to pay back unions for their political support. It will probably pass the House, but I urge you to contact your Representative by Thursday morning and let him know you oppose the measure. On the bright side, President Bush will very likely veto the bill if it passes.

03/05/2007
Scorn 'political assassins'
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Scorn 'political assassins'

BY PAUL ERICKSON

This week there was amazing news coming out of the Oregon Legislature. After years of gridlock and partisan bickering, Democrats and Republicans reached agreement to raise corporate taxes, build a state rainy day fund and cut estate taxes. Canceling $290 million in corporate kicker tax rebates for this year and placing that money in a new state savings account is the linchpin of this stunning deal.

03/05/2007
Freedom Works is wrong to criticize Rep. Betty Komp
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Freedom Works is wrong to criticize Rep. Betty Komp

BY David Vancil

I want to encourage the members of this community to ignore the hit piece that came out recently against State Rep. Betty Komp. A nameless individual, under the name of "Freedom Works" sent out a mailer maligning Ms. Komp for voting to put the corporate kicker into a rainy-day fund for the state of Oregon. For the six sessions before this one, the Republicans had control and they spent every nickel that came into the state treasury. This year, with Democratic control, there is finally some fiscal responsibility and some planning going on.

03/04/2007
Dorchester: The good, the bad, the ugly--the end
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Dorchester: The good, the bad, the ugly--the end

I had planned to get up this morning and write my final Dorchester piece before driving back home--but the wi-fi access in my hotel room was just too crappy. So I packed up all my stuff and enjoyed a leisurely drive in the sunshine instead. I'm plunking out this piece from the comfort of my own homey surroundings.

03/04/2007
CORRECTIONS
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CORRECTIONS

Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist is not affiliated with FreedomWorks, the group targeting Oregon House Democrats who want to keep corporate tax rebates for a state rainy day fund. A story in Friday's Metro section was incorrect.

03/03/2007
Bills to Watch this Session in Oregon
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Bills to Watch this Session in Oregon

  Important Bills to Watch this Session SB 505 – Suspends Ballot Measure 37 claims.  In other words it dismantles Oregon’s land mark property rights initiative, Measure 37.  Measure 37 promised property owners that if government used regulation to limit the use of their property that they could seek fair compensation for their losses.

03/02/2007
Taking on Tax-Crazy Legislators in Oregon
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Taking on Tax-Crazy Legislators in Oregon

As if we were not taxed enough in Oregon, take a look at what the politicians in Salem are proposing this year: Corporate Minimum Restructuring (LRO): $151 million Cigarette Tax (GRB): $181.7 million Provider Tax (renewal) (GRB): $191.4 million Nursing Facilities Provider Tax (renewal) (GRB): $40.4 million Auto Insurance Tax (GRB): $25 million HB 2530 (Sales Tax): $800 million

03/02/2007
Photos used in anti-tax fliers irk Democrats
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Photos used in anti-tax fliers irk Democrats

BY Aaron Clark

Democrats and Republicans are brawling over an anti-tax group's campaign fliers, just a day after the parties hailed an agreement on a rainy day fund as a bipartisan milestone. House Democrats are angry over postcards sent by the Oregon chapter of FreedomWorks, an anti-tax group whose director is the vice chairman of the Oregon GOP. The postcards were sent to the districts of six Democratic lawmakers, targeting them for their support of the agreement to suspend corporate tax credits and use the money for a state savings account.

03/02/2007

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