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Conservative Tax Reform - November 2017

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Let voters decide tax issue
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Let voters decide tax issue

BY Aaron Hill

It is interesting to read the debate and controversy about Citizens for a Sound Economy. As a member and supporter of this group, it’s rather humorous to discover that I am part of the continuing vast right-wing conspiracy and its corporate cronies. What’s the big deal? Let the voters decided whether or not to raise taxes. Are the advocates of the poorly crafted legislative budget afraid of the electorate? Apparently so. —Aaron Hill Salem

11/20/2003
Breaking the Regulatory Stranglehold
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Breaking the Regulatory Stranglehold

While tax and trade policy have been in the news lately, Americans businesses face a daunting regulatory burden as well. Although less publicized, regulatory excess can impose real constraints on economic growth. Tax cuts can go far in providing the private sector the resources necessary to boost investment and create new jobs; however, regulations can create a choke point that deters these investments.

11/19/2003
The Grinch Who Robbed the Internet
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The Grinch Who Robbed the Internet

©2003 Copley News Service, 11/18/2003 Imagine waking up this Christmas morning to discover the Grinch had slapped a tax on logging onto the Internet, sending an e-mail and visiting a Web site - or worse, redefined the entire Internet as just another telephone service that would subject Internet service to a combined tax burden in the neighborhood of 18 percent. Then imagine discovering that it wasn't actor Jim Carrey underneath that green face paint but Sens. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., or George Voinovich, R-Ohio, instead. Say it isn't so, guys!

11/18/2003
"A la Carte" Regulation of Cable is Unwarranted
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"A la Carte" Regulation of Cable is Unwarranted

November 18, 2003 The Honorable John McCain Chairman Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation 241 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Dear Chairman:

11/18/2003
Mannix criticized by both sides in tax debate
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Mannix criticized by both sides in tax debate

BY BRAD CAIN

SALEM - Oregon Republican Chairman Kevin Mannix, who's taken a well-publicized stand against the Legislature's tax hike, drew criticism Tuesday from activists on both sides of the issue. Libertarian Party officials said Mannix hasn't done enough to help the anti-tax campaign. Further, they said Mannix has failed to act against GOP lawmakers who joined with Democrats to enact the tax hike.

11/18/2003
Oregon tax critics tout economic upturn
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Oregon tax critics tout economic upturn

BY Brad Cain

The Associated Press SALEM, Ore. — Improvements in Oregon's battered economy are giving ammunition to anti-tax activists who say there's no need to impose an $800 million tax increase on Oregonians next spring. But supporters of the tax hike argue the signs of economic healing are tenuous and the state will face yet another gaping budget hole if voters block the increase. The Legislature in August approved the tax plan — which includes a three-year, income-tax surcharge — as a way to protect schools, public health and other services from further cuts.

11/17/2003
"Amending the Constitution Without the People’s Assent"
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"Amending the Constitution Without the People’s Assent"

11/14/2003
"Food For Thought" Packs The Room on Social Security Reform
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"Food For Thought" Packs The Room on Social Security Reform

HENNIKER: Over 50 students and community leaders came together at New England College in Henniker, NH on Monday evening November 3rd to listen to Derrick Max, the Executive Director of Alliance for Worker Retirement Security, address the issue of Social Security reform.

11/13/2003
"Food For Thought" Packs The Room on Social Security Reform
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"Food For Thought" Packs The Room on Social Security Reform

HENNIKER: Over 50 students and community leaders came together at New England College in Henniker, NH on Monday evening November 3rd to listen to Derrick Max, the Executive Director of Alliance for Worker Retirement Security, address the issue of Social Security reform.

11/13/2003
Expose out-of-state interests
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Expose out-of-state interests

BY Trudy Margules

Thank you, Statesman Journal, for information about the donors to Citizens for a Sound Economy. As you stated, “the self-described grass-roots group” received millions from such grass-roots local citizens as Philip Morris (to oppose increased cigarette taxes), Microsoft (to curtail federal antitrust enforcement), the Florida Sugar Industry (to oppose Everglades restoration plans) and unspecified oil and gas industry corporations (to oppose a potential energy tax).

11/13/2003

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