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CSE "OWN YOUR FUTURE: SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM TOUR" HITS WASHINGTON STATE
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CSE "OWN YOUR FUTURE: SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM TOUR" HITS WASHINGTON STATE

SPOKANE-- The "Own Your Future" tour on Social Security reform is coming to Washington for a discussion of the Social Security crisis, how PRA’s can bring real retirement security, and the prospects for passing reform in the next 18 months.

03/12/2004
Bedford CSE Leads Fight to Defeat $45 Million in New Spending
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Bedford CSE Leads Fight to Defeat $45 Million in New Spending

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee today congratulated the Bedford CSE chapter for their hard work in organizing the defeat of $45 million in new, unneeded spending.

03/12/2004
Wooden Telephone Pole Tax
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Wooden Telephone Pole Tax

Making phone calls in New Hampshire will get more expensive if certain tax-raising politicians in Concord have their way. The federal government already taxes us on our income, the state taxes us on our property, and, when we spend some of what is left over to pay our phone bill, we are taxed again by both. But this is not enough, say some representatives in the state capitol. They want to allow local government to add another tax to telephone calls—this time, to the wooden telephone polls, and the conduits that carry our conversations. Their plan is to shoot down House Bill 1416 which would allow this portion of a phone call to remain tax-free.

03/11/2004
GOP election lineup lacks major names
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GOP election lineup lacks major names

BY STEVE LAW

Oregon Republicans failed to enlist top-drawer candidates to run against U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden or three other Democrats seeking re-election to statewide offices. As the filing deadline passed Tuesday for Oregon’s May 18 primary, it appeared that the Republicans’ drought in winning statewide offices will continue. None of the party’s bigger names entered races against Wyden, Secretary of State Bill Bradbury, Attorney General Hardy Myers and state Treasurer Randall Edwards.

03/10/2004
Bedford high school, tuition proposals fail
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Bedford high school, tuition proposals fail

BY HUNTER McGEE

BEDFORD - Voters rejected a high school and tuition proposal last night, leaving school board members to ponder what new direction the district should take. Article three — which called for a new high school and a tuition agreement — fell short (yes, 4,379; no, 3,410) of the required 60 percent margin. Article four, which only called for a 20-year tuition agreement, could only pass if the high school article passed.

03/10/2004
Wisconsin Needs the Taxpayer Bill of Rights
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Wisconsin Needs the Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Limit annual government spending increases: • The state, school district, and technical school district spending growth will be limited to: o The previous year’s spending, plus o A percentage increase equal to growth in inflation, plus o A percentage increase equal to the percentage increase in population

03/09/2004
N.C. leaders must stand up to Navy and halt landing strip plan
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N.C. leaders must stand up to Navy and halt landing strip plan

BY Editorial

Since 1985, the United States Air Force alone has recorded more than 38,000 bird-aircraft strikes. As a result of those strikes, 33 people died, 30 aircraft were lost and more than $450 million in equipment damage was sustained. You'd think numbers like that would cause the Navy to think twice before locating a landing field in a place that will require pilots to fly within a mile of, and maybe over, a national wildlife refuge where tens of thousands of migrating birds spend their winters.

03/09/2004
NH CSE ACTIVATES MEMBERS TO DEFEAT THE "POLE TAX"
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NH CSE ACTIVATES MEMBERS TO DEFEAT THE "POLE TAX"

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that he had mailed his 3,500 plus members urging them to contact their State House legislators to press for passage of House Bill 1416; preventing a potential $20 million new tax on telephone consumers.

03/08/2004
NH CSE ACTIVATES MEMBERS TO DEFEAT THE "POLE TAX"
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NH CSE ACTIVATES MEMBERS TO DEFEAT THE "POLE TAX"

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that he had mailed his 3,500 plus members urging them to contact their State House legislators to press for passage of House Bill 1416; preventing a potential $20 million new tax on telephone consumers.

03/08/2004
College for the Home-Schooled Is Shaping Leaders for the Right
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College for the Home-Schooled Is Shaping Leaders for the Right

BY DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK

NYT) 1586 words Late Edition - Final , Section A , Page 1 , Column 1

03/08/2004

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