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Sizemore's legal troubles limit his anti-tax push
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Sizemore's legal troubles limit his anti-tax push

BY The Associated Press

EUGENE — Bill Sizemore, an activist who has campaigned against taxes for 10 years, must content himself with a supporting role in the most recent assault against a tax increase that is part of the Legislature’s budget-balancing package. Sizemore has been mailing out petition sheets and fund-raising letters to help overturn the proposed increase, which would raise $1.1 billion during three years. But Sizemore is working largely on his own, shunned by anti-tax groups who worry that his legal entanglements could taint their campaign.

09/24/2003
Palm Beach County Commission OKs $2.57 billion spending plan
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Palm Beach County Commission OKs $2.57 billion spending plan

BY Anthony Man

After hearing complaints about excessive spending from members of a watchdog group, Palm Beach County commissioners voted 4-2 Monday for a $2.57 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that begins next week. Commissioner Tony Masilotti, who voted no two weeks ago and switched to yes Monday, said he was convinced that the spending plan is fairly lean -- and that most of the increase isn't coming from property taxes but from other sources such as impact fees paid by developers. The two commissioners with the longest tenure, Karen Marcus and Mary McCarty, voted no.

09/23/2003
COUNTY COMMISSION OKS$2.57 BILLION SPENDING PLAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
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COUNTY COMMISSION OKS$2.57 BILLION SPENDING PLAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

BY Anthony Man

Copyright 2003, South Florida Sun-Sentinel. All Rights Reserved. After hearing complaints about excessive spending from members of a watchdog group, Palm Beach County commissioners voted 4-2 Monday for a $2.57 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that begins next week. Commissioner Tony Masilotti, who voted no two weeks ago and switched to yes Monday, said he was convinced that the spending plan is fairly lean -- and that most of the increase isn't coming from property taxes but from other sources such as impact fees paid by developers.

09/23/2003
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09/23/2003
An Open Letter to Congress: Competitive Contracting Saves
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An Open Letter to Congress: Competitive Contracting Saves

Dear Member of Congress:

09/22/2003
CSE Salutes Senate for Debate on Social Security
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CSE Salutes Senate for Debate on Social Security

Congress is finally talking about one of the most important issues facing our country: the future of Social Security. Tonight, in an unusual development, four U.S. Senators will square off in an organized policy debate on the Senate floor. The topic: the looming Social Security crisis, and the potential of Personal Retirement Accounts. The debate is planned after the last Senate vote, at approximately 7 PM Eastern. You can watch it live on CSPAN-2.

09/22/2003
CSE Salutes Senate for Debate on Social Security
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CSE Salutes Senate for Debate on Social Security

Congress is finally talking about one of the most important issues facing our country: the future of Social Security. Tonight, in an unusual development, four U.S. Senators will square off in an organized policy debate on the Senate floor. The topic: the looming Social Security crisis, and the potential of Personal Retirement Accounts. The debate is planned after the last Senate vote, at approximately 7 PM Eastern. You can watch it live on CSPAN-2.

09/22/2003
STRATEGY CONFERENCE CALL THIS FRIDAY, SEPT. 26
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STRATEGY CONFERENCE CALL THIS FRIDAY, SEPT. 26

The Alabama Legislature is currently in a special session trying to balance the budget by October 1st.

09/20/2003
STRATEGY CONFERENCE CALL THIS FRIDAY, SEPT. 26
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STRATEGY CONFERENCE CALL THIS FRIDAY, SEPT. 26

The Alabama Legislature is currently in a special session trying to balance the budget by October 1st.

09/20/2003
COUNTY'S SPENDING CALLED OUT OF CONTROL
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COUNTY'S SPENDING CALLED OUT OF CONTROL

BY NIRVI SHAH

A local tax-watchdog group claims county spending is out of control, outpacing population growth and providing services that are luxuries, not government responsibilities. The county's total budget has grown 65 percent since 1997 - from $1.8 billion to the $3.1 billion budget commissioners are expected to approve Monday. Meanwhile, the county's population has grown about 21 percent, according to the U.S. Census.

09/20/2003

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