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CSE Urges U.S. House to Support Spending Vetoes Letter
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CSE Urges U.S. House to Support Spending Vetoes Letter

02/26/2004
GOP Wants Parties Out of Judicial Races
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GOP Wants Parties Out of Judicial Races

From the Charleston Gazette, February 25, 2004, Wednesday Copyright 2004 Charleston Newspapers In an unusual move Tuesday, Republicans attempted to force a committee to release a bill that would have removed political affiliations from judicial elections. "I think this is a very important measure," said House Minority Leader Charles Trump, R-Morgan.

02/25/2004
Georgia Freedom Agenda Update
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Georgia Freedom Agenda Update

Taxes Representative Chuck Sims introduced a bill to the Georgia House of Representatives that would phase out a car tax in the Atlanta and College Park areas. This three percent tax in Atlanta and College Park was a result of a 1996 law passed by the state legislature allowing municipalities to enact car rental taxes. Opponents in the legislature are now calling for repeal because local governments have not been accountable in the way they have spent these tax dollars. This tax has already cost the citizens of Atlanta $5.1 million. (The Bond Buyer, 2/17/04)

02/25/2004
Call to Action: Veto Runaway Spending in Washington
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Call to Action: Veto Runaway Spending in Washington

Spending is out of control, but the President and some leaders in Congress are committed to putting America's fiscal house back in order.

02/25/2004
NC Call to Action: State Legislature Must Call for OLF Special Session
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NC Call to Action: State Legislature Must Call for OLF Special Session

Unless the North Carolina legislature acts immediately, the U.S. Navy will begin to seize private property in Beaufort and Washington counties to build an outlying landing field (OLF). Under the current plan, the Navy will acquire 32,000 acres of prime farmland owned by families whom have farmed their fields for generations. Many citizens, the majority of whom are seniors, will lose their generational homes. Send an Email to Your State Senator and Rep.

02/25/2004
NC Call to Action: State Legislature Must Call for OLF Special Session
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NC Call to Action: State Legislature Must Call for OLF Special Session

Unless the North Carolina legislature acts immediately, the U.S. Navy will begin to seize private property in Beaufort and Washington counties to build an outlying landing field (OLF). Under the current plan, the Navy will acquire 32,000 acres of prime farmland owned by families whom have farmed their fields for generations. Many citizens, the majority of whom are seniors, will lose their generational homes. Send an Email to Your State Senator and Rep.

02/25/2004
Economic Isolationism is Bad for Everyone
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Economic Isolationism is Bad for Everyone

©2004 Copley News Service, 2/24/2004

02/24/2004
CSE Key Vote YES on S. 2061
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CSE Key Vote YES on S. 2061

Dear Senator: On behalf of the more than 300,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote YES on S. 2061, the “Healthy Mothers and Healthy Babies Access to Care Act." While CSE's ultimate goal is medical liability reforms for all patients and all physicians, we support S. 2061, which covers obstetrical care only, as a step forward.

02/24/2004
CSE Key Vote YES on S. 2061
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CSE Key Vote YES on S. 2061

Dear Senator: On behalf of the more than 300,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote YES on S. 2061, the “Healthy Mothers and Healthy Babies Access to Care Act." While CSE's ultimate goal is medical liability reforms for all patients and all physicians, we support S. 2061, which covers obstetrical care only, as a step forward.

02/24/2004
Nevada Tax Update
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Nevada Tax Update

At the start of 2003, Republican Governor Kenny Guinn proposed a $1.1 billion tax increase. Shortly after Guinn introduced this plan, Dan Burdish, a Nevada businessman, founded Nevadans for Restraint. The organization promised to use a 1904 amendment that allows voters to put laws passed by the state government up to a referendum. The tax increase includes an $200 increase of the per employee annual business license to $300 until replaced by a .25 percent gross receipts tax starting in July 2005, a 70 cent per pack increase of the cigarette tax to $1.05, a .25 percent increase in the gross gaming tax to 6.5 percent, a 7.3 percent tax on admission to movies, professional sports events, strip clubs, and other amusements, a property tax increase of 16 cents per $100 in assessed value, an 89 percent increase in alcohol taxes, a 50 percent increase in incorporation fees, and a recommendation that the legislature levy sales taxes against untaxed professions such as law and lawn maintenance. (AP 3/5/03)

02/23/2004

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