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Forest Management Policy Needs to Change
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Forest Management Policy Needs to Change

America’s natural resources have long been a source of the nation’s economic strength. An abundance of minerals, farmland, and energy resources has fueled America’s growth while providing products for a growing population, not only in the United States, but much of the world as well. Yet today, many of America’s vital natural resources remain under federal control, with bureaucracies and politics driving important decisions about their management. The debate over oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is a prime example of the politics involved in these decisions. So, too, is the battle over President Bush’s Healthy Forests initiative, which seeks to establish a more sensible approach to forest management.

12/11/2002
A Busy New Year for Congress
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A Busy New Year for Congress

The list of to-dos for Congress when it convenes on January 7 grows longer by the day. For instance, the Senate will need to confirm President Bush’s new appointees to head the Treasury Department and Securities and Exchange Commission, both chambers still need to pass fiscal year 2003 appropriations bills, an economic stimulus bill is gathering steam, and other items like energy legislation, prescription drugs, a possible war with Iraq, fundamental tax, Social Security, and civil justice reform all loom in the background. I think it’s best if this week’s piece focuses on appropriations and the economic stimulus bill.

12/11/2002
No Promise in Pusillanimity
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No Promise in Pusillanimity

Paul O’Neill and Lawrence Lindsey’s terms of service to the Bush administration ended unceremoniously last Friday with the pair’s resignations, announced a few hours apart. On Monday, Bush announced the appointment of former CSE Board member John Snow to become the 73rd Secretary of the Treasury, pending Senate approval. As of writing, former co-chairman of Goldman Sachs, Stephen Friedman, is expected to replace Lindsey as head of the National Economic Counsel.

12/11/2002
The Case for Tax Cuts
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The Case for Tax Cuts

Many of us believe we should cut taxes simply because we believe in less government, lower taxes and more freedom. So the indications that the Bush Administration plans to push for additional tax cuts next year, including making the 2001 cuts permanent, are very encouraging. But not all elected officials in Washington share our desire for less government and lower taxes – and it is these politicians who have to vote for the President’s proposals if we want the tax cuts enacted into law.

12/11/2002
Call Gov. Rowland Today : Stop taxing Connecticut!
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Call Gov. Rowland Today : Stop taxing Connecticut!

Governor Rowland, who is scheduled to receive a 96 percent pay raise in January, and the spend-happy Democrats in Hartford all want to increase taxes on Connecticut citizens. Facing a $500 million deficit, the governor has proposed raising $200 million in taxes. The lame duck governor has suggested a "millionaires" tax for Connecticut citizens who make over 1 million dollars a year and a 40 cent cigarette tax increase which would make Connecticut's tobacco tax the largest in the nation.

12/11/2002
RULE OF LAW: DAMAGE CONTROL
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RULE OF LAW: DAMAGE CONTROL

BY C BOYDEN GRAY

ABSTRACT: Citizens for a Sound Economy chairman C Boyden Gray article asserts Supreme Court hearing of arguments for Campbell v State Farm will have important implications for tort system reform; asserts case has 'promise of restoring a sense of rationality to the legal system' (M) LOAD-DATE: December 13, 2002

12/11/2002
Rule of Law: Damage Control
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Rule of Law: Damage Control

BY C. Boyden Gray

ABSTRACT: Citizens for a Sound Economy chairman C Boyden Gray article asserts Supreme Court hearing of arguments for Campbell v State Farm will have important implications for tort system reform; asserts case has 'promise of restoring a sense of rationality to the legal system' (M)

12/11/2002
CSX chief named to run Treasury
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CSX chief named to run Treasury

BY Sue Kirchhoff

WASHINGTON - President Bush moved on two fronts yesterday to demonstrate his concern about the flagging economy: nominating John W. Snow, chairman of railway conglomerate CSX Corp., as his Treasury secretary and promising a new package of tax breaks and other incentives to spur more vigorous business activity.

12/10/2002
Picking a New Economic Team With the Right Stuff
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Picking a New Economic Team With the Right Stuff

© 2002 Copley News Service, 12/10/2002 When he fired Secretary Paul O’Neill and chief economic adviser Larry Lindsey last week, President George W. Bush once again demonstrated that he is not afraid to make the tough and bold choices. When he chose John Snow as O’Neill’s replacement, the president revealed how firm a grasp he has on the type of person required to move the economic-growth agenda forward.

12/10/2002
Meet Pat Herbold, Citizen Activist and Washington CSE Advisory Board Member
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Meet Pat Herbold, Citizen Activist and Washington CSE Advisory Board Member

Washington CSE is building an Advisory Board within our state to support and advise us as we continue to work for lower taxes, less government and more freedom in both Washington State and Washington, DC. We are excited to have Pat Herbold as one of our Advisory Board members because of her long-time work as a citizen activist. Pat is a true believer in our cause, a long-time citizen activist and is currently a candidate for the chairmanship of the King County Republican Party.

12/10/2002

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