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NC CSE Tax Pledge Becomes Issue in Raleigh Mayoral Debate
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NC CSE Tax Pledge Becomes Issue in Raleigh Mayoral Debate

Last night, before a standing-room crowd of over 160 people, taxes became the central focus in the Raleigh mayoral race.

10/30/2001
Meeker, Coble face off
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Meeker, Coble face off

BY Sarah Lindenfeld Hall

Raleigh -- Mayor Paul Coble and challenger Charles Meeker clashed over taxes, clear-cutting and roads during a debate Monday evening that drew the largest live crowd of the campaign. But the candidates broke little new ground as each argued that he had better ideas and each took swipes at the other's record.

10/30/2001
Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) present a forum on the importance of congressional action to restore confidence in t…
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Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) present a forum on the importance of congressional action to restore confidence in t…

EVENT: FORUM - CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY (CSE) SUBJECT: Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) present a forum on the importance of congressional action to restore confidence in the economy.Location changed to CSE, 1250 H Street NW, Washington from HC-8, U.s. Capitol LOCATION: CSE, 1250 H Street NW, Washington, DC -- October 26, 2001 PARTICIPANTS: Gov. Bill Owens, R-CO CONTACT: Chad Cowan, 202-942-7692; Paul Hilliar, 202-942-7658, philliar@cse.org; or http://www.cse.org

10/26/2001
CSE Hosts Colorado Governor Bill Owens
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CSE Hosts Colorado Governor Bill Owens

WASHINGTON - On Friday, October 26, 2001, Citizens for a Sound Economy hosted Colorado Governor Bill Owens at an early morning breakfast reception. The governor discussed several economic initiatives that have been implemented at the state level throughout the country, the importance of school choice, reducing taxes, and the direction of the conservative movement. Over 50 people, including Capitol Hill staff members, the media, and other conservative groups attended the event.

10/26/2001
Economic Growth is Key to Victory
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Economic Growth is Key to Victory

North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) has developed an economic growth agenda that meets our nation’s challenges head-on. Our 25,000 North Carolina citizen-activists are committed to working with our 280,000 CSE members across the United States to help Congress and the Administration enact a stimulus package that will:

10/26/2001
C. Boyden Gray Speaks to Business Leaders
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C. Boyden Gray Speaks to Business Leaders

CSE Chairman, Boyden Gray, spoke before business leaders and activists on October 23, in Winston-Salem, for the First Annual Triad CSE Dinner. Over 80 business leaders and NC CSE activists attended the reception sponsored by Representatives Theresa Esposito and Lyons Gray. The evening was highlighted by a special phone call to the audience from Congressman Richard Burr. Congressman Burr thanked NC CSE and its activists for their hard work and dedication on issues that effect the core of America and its citizens in North Carolina.

10/26/2001
Judicial Inquiry Commission Information
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Judicial Inquiry Commission Information

What is JIC? The JIC is the Judicial Inquiry Committee, which functions as a judicial disciplinary system for the State. It was created in December 1973 as part of Amendment 328 to the Constitution of Alabama, and the Alabama Supreme Court consented, through a vote, to its original rules. However, at that time Alabama was a one-party state and JIC disciplinary action was used to police serious judicial misconduct, not to pursue political vendettas.

10/26/2001
CSE Activists Meet with Education Commissioner
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CSE Activists Meet with Education Commissioner

Texas CSE activists John Hoppe and Margie Raborn joined Texas CSE director Peggy Venable and Carol Jones in meetings with Education Commissioner Jim Nelson and later in the governor's office to express our concern that the middle and high school science textbooks proposed for adoption in Texas - as submitted by publishers - do not embody sound science and do not adhere to the State Constitution. The meetings were productive and informative. CSE activists will continue to review textbooks and the publishers' responses to citizens concerns expressed at the September 6 hearing. The textbooks are available for review at the regional service centers. To locate the service center in your area, click here.

10/26/2001
Washington State is the 5th Highest Taxed
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Washington State is the 5th Highest Taxed

Washington State is the 5th highest taxed state in the U.S., per capita, based on federal, state and local taxes paid in 2001.

10/26/2001
Foes swap sharp words
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Foes swap sharp words

BY Joanna Kakissis

RALEIGH -- Paul Coble and Charles Meeker debated for the second time in their mayoral campaign Thursday night, offering widely different answers on solving traffic problems, supporting public safety and privatizing city services such as parking enforcement. Coble, the 48-year-old insurance broker and the incumbent mayor, and Meeker, the 51-year-old lawyer who is challenging him, will meet in two more debates before the runoff election Nov. 6.

10/26/2001

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