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Issue Number 9- Lottery May Hurt Retailers
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Press Release

Issue Number 9- Lottery May Hurt Retailers

North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy today released Issue Number 9 of its ongoing effort to educate elected officials and citizens on why a government-run lottery is bad business and public policy. The Lottery is not a gift to retailers! The reality it would leave convenient store owners in debt!

05/16/2001
Buck Buchanan–Influential Member of the State Finance Committee–Signs Petition Opposing the Lottery!
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Buck Buchanan–Influential Member of the State Finance Committee–Signs Petition Opposing the Lottery!

State Representative Charles “Buck” Buchanan signed North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy’s (CSE) petition opposing a state sponsored lottery. Buchanan, a powerful member of the state Finance Committee, is an eighth term Republican representing Avery, Burke, Caldwell, Catawba and Mitchell counties in the General Assembly. Buchanan adding his name to a growing list of General Assembly members who oppose a lottery is a powerful blow to the politicians’ and gambling companies’ dream of implementing a government-run lottery in North Carolina.

05/16/2001
FINDING THE ENERGY TO SAVE THE ECONOMY
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FINDING THE ENERGY TO SAVE THE ECONOMY

BY DAVID LIGHTMAN

In many ways, the key to avoiding a full-blown energy crisis is to keep the public confident about the economy and willing to spend. But that won't necessarily ease the immediate concerns of increasingly rattled consumers watching the increasing prices at the gas pump and worrying whether they'll be able to turn on their air conditioners this summer.

05/16/2001
Energy Crisis Leads to Calls for Reliable Energy Now and for the Future
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Press Release

Energy Crisis Leads to Calls for Reliable Energy Now and for the Future

On May 15, 2001, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) called for a national energy plan that is environmentally friendly and economically sound and pledged to be at the forefront of implementing such a policy by involving thousands of CSE grassroots activists. Paul Beckner, president of CSE, issued the following statement today regarding the heightening crisis:

05/15/2001
Alabama CSE Activists Storm the Capitol to Fight for Less Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom
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Alabama CSE Activists Storm the Capitol to Fight for Less Government, Lower Taxes and More Freedom

The third annual Alabama CSE “Day at the Capitol” was held on May 15, 2001. More than 150 individual grassroots activists from all over the state made the trek to Montgomery to lobby their state legislators and promote the need for civil justice reform, school choice, common-sense environmental policy, affordable health care, and tax cuts.

05/15/2001
Washington CSE's Telecom Tour is Breaking Down the Barriers to Choice and Competition in the Telecommunications Market
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Washington CSE's Telecom Tour is Breaking Down the Barriers to Choice and Competition in the Telecommunications Market

"The telecom industry is one of the most highly regulated today. Government regulations prohibit the full potential of the high-tech economy and prevent consumers from receiving more choices and competition. When the industry is opened up to more competition and less regulation, we all benefit by having better product and service options and lower prices." -- WA CSE deputy director, Ross Marzolf speaking at the CSE club meeting in Tacoma

05/15/2001
CAREER TRACK: THE LIFE OF BRIAN
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CAREER TRACK: THE LIFE OF BRIAN

Woodbury, MN, insurance exec Brian LeClair was elected 5/12 as the new GOP Chair of MN 06. MN 06 covers Washington, Dakota, and Anoka Cos. in the Twin Cities metro area. LeClair is VP-Gen. Counsel of LeClair Insurance Services, Inc. He is also an elected leader of the Woodbury Chamber of Commerce. Upon the announcement of his election, LeClair released a statement about Rep. Bill Luther (DFL-MN 06), noting that "if Bill Luther tries to break out of this box by running in the Sixth District again, we will defeat him. In a walk" (release, 5/13). SWINGING CHAD

05/15/2001
Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

Support our troops; they fight for you As our nation seemingly draws closer to a military action with Iraq, we're reminded that "united we stand" should remain more than a mere motto. As a mother of six incredible children, I'm terrified for their future. I'm willing to bet the same sentiment prevailed before our active involvement in World War II as well. Pearl Harbor ended that fence-riding and Sept. 11, 2001, ended it in my mind this time. I'm not a pro-war fanatic. I favor bringing the evil forces behind Sept. 11 to justice and eliminating those who would like to continue to allow their terror to rein. I'm not a "kill 'em all. Let God sort them out" fanatic. I'm a veteran. I served my country in uniform and stood beside other men and women who willingly sacrifice their lives for me and you. Take a moment away from blasting our president, insulting our foreign policy and pretending terrorism will disappear if we mind our own business, and remember there are men and women fighting for you and your right to voice your opinion. Not to mention your right to live in a land free of buildings with airplanes blazing inside of them, fields with gigantic holes and a Pentagon with gaping holes in its side. I haven't forgotten. Why have so many of you? I'll continue to pray for a peaceful resolution to this crisis; however, I will also pray for the swift resolution militarily if that is what it takes to end the rein of terrorism. God bless America, its men and women who fight your battle daily and my president.

05/14/2001
Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

Beach access on the meter EDITOR: On my first visit to the North Carolina coast about a dozen years ago, I was very pleased to learn that, wherever a street or a road had to stop for the ocean, a nice agency called CAMA had placed a sign indicating that the general public could gain access to the beach at that point.

05/14/2001
Governor uncertain if he will sign retirement savings bill
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Governor uncertain if he will sign retirement savings bill

BY BOB JOHNSON

The head of Alabama's retirement system says state employees and teachers already have one of the best pensions in the country and he's not sure why a new saving plan is needed, given the state's other pressing demands. "It's a question of how much of this sort of thing do you do for employees and not focus on other needs of the state," said David Bronner, chief executive officer of the Retirement Systems of Alabama.

05/14/2001

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