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Gas Getting Lost in Drilling Debate
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Gas Getting Lost in Drilling Debate

BY Cory Reiss

The 40-foot segments of a planned natural gas pipeline that recently began arriving at Port Manatee are a promising sign for Florida's electric power plants. The question is how full or empty those promises may be. The state's gas needs are expected to almost triple by 2020, but the new pipeline from Mobile, Ala., will cross Gulf of Mexico waters that the state of Florida is fighting to keep free of oil and gas platforms.

06/17/2001
Powerless in a Perfect Storm
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Powerless in a Perfect Storm

BY Glenn Spencer

Last month, President Bush released his long-awaited energy strategy. Without even waiting for its publication, environmental special interests went on the attack, skewering the plan for allegedly emphasizing new production of reliable energy over the use of renewables, conservation, and efficiency. These attacks have taken effect, as Mr. Bush's poll numbers on energy issues have dropped considerably. A large majority of Americans tell pollsters they disapprove of Mr. Bush's handling of energy issues and would prefer to see congressional Democrats lead the way.

06/17/2001
Capitol Comment 296 - Public Choice, Copyright, and Napster
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Capitol Comment

Capitol Comment 296 - Public Choice, Copyright, and Napster

Economic theory begins with a simple assumption: “Individuals are motivated by utility-maximizing considerations and that, when an opportunity for mutual gains exists, ‘trade’ will take place.”1 These private transactions between producers and consumers serve as the foundation for a market economy and free society.

06/14/2001
North Carolina CSE Awards Judge and Judy Manning Activists of the Year
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Press Release

North Carolina CSE Awards Judge and Judy Manning Activists of the Year

On June 5, 2001, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) honored Judge and Judy Manning with one of its 2001 Super Activists Awards. They received their awards at a ceremony at NC CSE’s Annual Day at the Capitol that took place at Halifax Square.

06/14/2001
North Carolina CSE Awards Joyce Krawiec Activist of the Year
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North Carolina CSE Awards Joyce Krawiec Activist of the Year

On June 5, 2001, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) honored Joyce Krawiec with one of its 2001 Super Activists Awards. She received her award at a ceremony at NC CSE’s Annual Day at the Capitol that took place at Halifax Square.

06/14/2001
North Carolina CSE Awards Christian Hine Activist of the Year
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North Carolina CSE Awards Christian Hine Activist of the Year

On June 5, 2001, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) honored Christian Hine of Charlotte with one of its 2001 Super Activists Awards. He received his award at a ceremony at NC CSE’s Annual Day at the Capitol that took place at Halifax Square.

06/14/2001
North Carolina CSE Awards Mary Jo and Jack Gibson Activists of the Year
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Press Release

North Carolina CSE Awards Mary Jo and Jack Gibson Activists of the Year

On June 5, 2001, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) honored Mary Jo and Jack Gibson with one of its 2001 Super Activists Awards. They received their awards at a ceremony at NC CSE’s Annual Day at the Capitol that took place at Halifax Square.

06/14/2001
North Carolina CSE Awards Margaret Bumgarner Activist of the Year
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North Carolina CSE Awards Margaret Bumgarner Activist of the Year

On June 5, 2001, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) honored Margaret Bumgarner with one of its 2001 Super Activists Awards. She received her award at a ceremony at NC CSE’s Annual Day at the Capitol that took place at Halifax Square.

06/14/2001
State and Regional
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State and Regional

Here's a sampling of editorial opinion from around the state: August 12 Las Cruces Sun News, on student credit card debt: It's been a couple of years since Tom Udall was New Mexico attorney general, but he hasn't lost his interest in consumer issues. Udall, now a Democratic New Mexico congressman from the 3rd congressional district in the northern part of the state, has put into the political spotlight an issue that is most appropriate as another school year begins: college students who get in trouble from credit-card debt.

06/14/2001
State and Regional
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State and Regional

A glance at the 2000 personal financial disclosure reports filed by Georgia members of Congress, made public Thursday. --- Senior Senator Name: Max Cleland Party: Democrat Earned Income: $191,019 Honoraria, all donated to charity: $6,300 Major assets: Bank account, $15,000-$50,000 Major sources of unearned income: None Major liabilities: $10,000-$15,000 in credit card loans Gifts: None

06/14/2001

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