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Dueling school finance plans in Texas -- which should prevail?
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Dueling school finance plans in Texas -- which should prevail?

CSE’s message to the Texas Senators: Not Now! Two School Funding Plans in Texas: Two plans to address the school finance are at battle in the Legislature. Voters need to know how each would impact them. Here is an overview of the plans:

05/11/2003
Rockefeller Unhappy About Tax Cut Vote
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Rockefeller Unhappy About Tax Cut Vote

BY Karin Fischer

WASHINGTON -- Standing near the front of the audience, Alice Click got the chance to shake President Bush's hand. "Mr. President, West Virginia supports you. We want tax cuts, and we want jobs," the conservative activist says she told Bush. Bush wants tax cuts, too, and on Friday, Congress moved a step closer to passing its second round of tax breaks in as many years.

05/10/2003
Copyright Versus Privacy: The RIAA Cracks Open the Internet
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Copyright Versus Privacy: The RIAA Cracks Open the Internet

In 1787, as the Founders crafted the Constitution, they took particular care to include special protections to promote innovation in “science and the useful arts” by establishing protections to allow individuals to be rewarded for their efforts. Today, however, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is wielding copyrights in ways that stifle innovation. Even worse, it has abandoned innovation in favor of a political club that now threatens the privacy of virtually every user of the Internet.

05/09/2003
TEXAS KEY VOTE ALERT
Vote “Yes” on HB 1172 by Representative Jerry Madden
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<b>TEXAS KEY VOTE ALERT</b><br>Vote “Yes” on HB 1172 by Representative Jerry Madden

TEXAS KEY VOTE ALERTThere is a growing concern among those involved with the public education system in Texas that the social studies curriculum is increasingly coming under the influence of special interest groups with distinctly defined agendas that often times do not consider historical facts. Our schoolchildren deserve to the facts!

05/09/2003
Taxing Issues in Texas: Too Important to Rush
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Taxing Issues in Texas: Too Important to Rush

Two major tax plans are under consideration in Austin and will impact all taxpayers across the state. Higher sales taxes and taxing services each have consequences that affect taxpayers, jobs, and the state economy. The Senate school tax plan, while well intentioned, may have some devastating unintended consequences on the state's economy. Let's look before we leap.

05/09/2003
Mark Fernald & Patrick Hynes To Headline Social Security Debate
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Mark Fernald & Patrick Hynes To Headline Social Security Debate

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that former State Senator and 2000 Democratic nominee for Governor Mark Fernald and former New Hampshire Republican State Committee Political Director Patrick Hynes will go head-to-head in a town hall style debate about Social Security on Saturday, May 31st.

05/09/2003
Texas Justice Foundation
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Texas Justice Foundation

It has been two years since President Bush nominated Justice Priscilla Owen for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. The Texas Justice Foundation, the Free Market Foundation, Texas Citizens for A Sound Economy, and Texas Eagle Forum stand together in condemning the Senate Democrats' action in blocking a vote on the nomination by the U.S. Senate. The groups believe the Senate Democrats' action on Owen and on Miguel Estrada to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit is obstruction of justice. Justice Priscilla Owen is unanimously rated as well qualified by the American Bar Association. She was overwhelmingly endorsed by Texas newspapers and overwhelmingly elected by the people of Texas. Miguel Estrada, who is also well-qualified, is a victim of ethnic discrimination. In addition to insulting the people of Texas, the procedure of not allowing their nominations to go to the full Senate subverts the advise and consent role of the Senate as a whole. Contact Information: Kelly Shackelford, Free Market Foundation -- 972-423-8889 Peggy Venable, Citizens for a Sound Economy -- 512-476-5905 Cathie Adams, Texas Eagle Forum -- 972-250-0734

05/08/2003
South Florida CSE holds first chapter meeting!
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South Florida CSE holds first chapter meeting!

The first meeting of the Palm Beach chapter of CSE was a rousing success. Thirty eight people attended the gathering led by John Hallman, South Florida CSE Volunteer Chapter Leader. John gave a briefing on CSE’s 2003 Freedom Agenda as well as a state issue overview.

05/08/2003
South Florida CSE holds first chapter meeting!
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South Florida CSE holds first chapter meeting!

The first meeting of the Palm Beach chapter of CSE was a rousing success. Thirty eight people attended the gathering led by John Hallman, South Florida CSE Volunteer Chapter Leader. John gave a briefing on CSE’s 2003 Freedom Agenda as well as a state issue overview.

05/08/2003
Another Coalition of the Willing
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Another Coalition of the Willing

BY Brody Mullins and Ethan Wallison

When President Bush rallied support for his tax-cut package at a gathering of business leaders on Tuesday, it marked the first time that the president has publicly urged his allies in the industry to help him move his plan through Capitol Hill. "Congress needs to hear from you," Bush exhorted a boisterous crowd of more than 600 business leaders gathered at the Washington headquarters of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. "You all can make a difference in this debate." Privately, Bush has been delivering that message to businesses for years.

05/07/2003

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