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Activist Handbook 2000: School Choice
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Activist Handbook 2000: School Choice

School Choice Why CSE Cares The Issue:

07/25/2000
EVENT: MEETING - CONGRESSIONAL POLICY ADVISORY BOARD
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EVENT: MEETING - CONGRESSIONAL POLICY ADVISORY BOARD

TIME: 10:00 am SUBJECT: Congressional Policy Advisory Board holds a meeting on the relationship between Russia and North Korea and on legal reform. Rep. Christopher Cox, R-CA; Martin Anderson, Hoover Institution; Donald Rumsfeld, former secretary of defense; Caspar Weinberger, former secretary of defense Fred Ikle, Center for Strategic and international Studies; Arthur Laffer, president, Laffer and Associates and James Miller III, chairman, Citizens for a Sound Economy H-107, U.S. Capitol -- July 25, 2000 Paul Wilkinson, 202-225-4847

07/25/2000
Shaheen hit at school tax panel hearing
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Shaheen hit at school tax panel hearing

BY JERRY MILLER

NEWINGTON -- Gov. Jeanne Shaheen bore much of the criticism last night during a public forum conducted by the New Hampshire Commission on Education Funding. The group was established by Shaheen through executive order to investigate alternative taxes for funding schools. The session, held at the Redhook Ale Brewery at the Pease International Tradeport, was the sixth regional public forum held by the panel and the only one scheduled for the Seacoast.

07/25/2000
Campaign Reform Law: A Flawed Fix
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Campaign Reform Law: A Flawed Fix

BY Deirdre Davidson

confounded by it, regulators are constantly under fire for failing to implement it, and Congress usually does everything it can to avoid it. The new "527" legislation is the perfect example why. The law, which Congress passed last month in hopes of eliminating a popular campaign finance loophole, may prove both more broad and less powerful than originally imagined. With a scant week left before the law is fully implemented, election lawyers are already grousing about its breadth and stretching out loopholes to avoid its provisions.

07/24/2000
Tips for Writing Letters to the Editor
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Tips for Writing Letters to the Editor

Writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper alerts the general public to what's happening in Washington, D.C., and throughout your state. Although publication policies vary, the following advice applies to most newspapers: Keep your letter brief. Many newspapers will not consider letters longer than 200-300 words (1 to 1-1/2yped pages, double spaced). Type your letter if you can; many editors won't read letters that are not typed.

07/23/2000
"Platoon" of CSE activists speak at EPA hearing
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"Platoon" of CSE activists speak at EPA hearing

Yesterday, Florida Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation activists attended an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hearing on the state of Florida’s decision to abolish its vehicle emissions testing. The St. Petersburg Times noted that CSEF brought a “platoon of T-shirt wearing members” to the hearings to speak in support of Gov. Bush’s and the legislature’s passage of SB 722, which eliminated vehicle emission inspections.

07/21/2000
Florida Civil Justice Reform Pledge
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Florida Civil Justice Reform Pledge

Citizens For A Sound Economy Commitment to Reforming Florida's System of Civil Justice All candidates for State House or State Senate, please read and sign the following pledge and return to Florida CSE via fax at (561) 266-7381 or mail at P.O. Box 1090, Delray Beach, FL 33447. Thank you for your support of Civil Justice Reform! 1) Whereas: Under Florida's current legal system teachers are afraid to maintain discipline in school for fear of lawsuits.

07/21/2000
Learn More About Social Security and Personal Retirement Accounts
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Learn More About Social Security and Personal Retirement Accounts

Learn why Personal Retirement Accounts are a touchdown for America! A Citizen's Guide to Social Security Five Steps to Taking Back Control Over Our Retirement The Best Lockbox is a Personal Retirement Account Tax Fact #18: Creating Personal Retirement Accounts is a Better Use of the Social Security Surplus Talking Points on Personal Retirement Accounts

07/21/2000
EPA HEARS PUBLIC VIEWS ON ENDING EMISSIONS TESTING
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EPA HEARS PUBLIC VIEWS ON ENDING EMISSIONS TESTING

BY LISA ARTHUR

In a rare public hearing, the U.S. Department of Environmental Protection listened Thursday night to South Floridians debate the Legislature's decision to end auto emissions testing. A handful of the almost 20 speakers were upset with the state's decision. Many of them profited from the emissions testing program, which the state had mandated in South Florida, the Tampa area and Jacksonville since 1991, after those areas failed to pass federal ozone standards in the 1980s.

07/21/2000
Emissions test hearing ends with a whimper
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Emissions test hearing ends with a whimper

BY CRAIG PITTMAN

The EPA was flooded by mail favoring tests, but only 40 people - fans and foes - show up in West Palm. Though more than 1,000 people wrote to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to protest ending auto emissions testing in Jacksonville and South Florida, only 40 showed up at a public hearing on the issue Thursday night.

07/21/2000

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