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Oregonians vote on a tax increase
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Oregonians vote on a tax increase

BY BRAD CAIN

With state government desperate for additional revenue, Oregonians voted for a second time in just over a year Tuesday on a state tax increase. The stakes were high. If the Measure 30 tax hike is rejected, as last year's tax plan was, schools and social welfare programs that are still reeling from earlier funding cuts will once again take a big hit. ___ The Legislature narrowly passed the $800 million tax package last August in a bid to balance the state budget without inflicting even more pain on schools, welfare programs and law enforcement.

02/03/2004
Seven States, Seven Candidates, No Rest for the Weary: More States Ahead; Campaign Ad Spending
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Seven States, Seven Candidates, No Rest for the Weary: More States Ahead; Campaign Ad Spending

Aired February 3, 2004 - 15:08 ET THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) ANNOUNCER: The power of seven. The Democrats first cross- country showdown is under way. And for some, a long awaited win could mean everything. SEN. JOHN EDWARDS (D-NC), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I need you to get to the polls. You've got a few hours left. Get your friends, anybody you can reach, to the polls. ANNOUNCER: We are live on the trail with all of the top contenders.

02/03/2004
CSE Auto-Dial and Activist Calls Reveal Edwards’s True Social Security Position
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Press Release

CSE Auto-Dial and Activist Calls Reveal Edwards’s True Social Security Position

National grassroots leader Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is conducting a telephone campaign in South Carolina today to inform voters about Democratic presidential hopeful Senator John Edwards’s lack of a Social Security reform plan.

02/02/2004
CSE Activates Member Network in South Carolina
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Press Release

CSE Activates Member Network in South Carolina

CSE Members in North and South Carolina are alerting CSE activist networks to educate voters. CSE wants to know: why doesn't Sen. Edwards have a plan to reform Social Security?

02/02/2004
CSE Auto-Dial and Activist Calls Reveal Edwards’s True Social Security Position
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Press Release

CSE Auto-Dial and Activist Calls Reveal Edwards’s True Social Security Position

National grassroots leader Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is conducting a telephone campaign in South Carolina today to inform voters about Democratic presidential hopeful Senator John Edwards’s lack of a Social Security reform plan.

02/02/2004
CSE Activates Member Network in South Carolina
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Press Release

CSE Activates Member Network in South Carolina

CSE Members in North and South Carolina are alerting CSE activist networks to educate voters. CSE wants to know: why doesn't Sen. Edwards have a plan to reform Social Security?

02/02/2004
Tax vote has state on edge of its seat
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Tax vote has state on edge of its seat

BY CHARLES E. BEGGS

Vern Smith has stents — implanted tubes — in three arteries to keep blood flowing to his heart. The 49-year-old also is dependent on insulin to treat his diabetes. Unable to work at his former job as a security officer, Smith and his wife are living on the $158 weekly unemployment benefit she’s getting after being laid off from a nursing job. Smith is one of about 50,000 Oregonians who stands to lose state health plan coverage if Measure 30 is defeated in Tuesday’s election.

02/02/2004
'Hidden millions' sounds like the old ploy
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'Hidden millions' sounds like the old ploy

There's an old chestnut in political circles about last-minute election tactics: In the tense final days of big campaigns, campaign directors send out teams of volunteers to ride crowded elevators and start rumors about the opposing candidate in hopes of swaying undecided voters. It didn't matter whether the rumors were true. The goal wasn't truth, it was getting votes.

02/01/2004
Oregon's needs are no secret
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Oregon's needs are no secret

BY Editorial

He said it on the radio, so you couldn't see if Russ Walker managed to keep a straight face when he claimed last week that Gov. Ted Kulongoski has secretly found $500 million to avoid cuts in services if voters reject Measure 30 on Tuesday.

02/01/2004
Oregon Tax Measure On Table
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Oregon Tax Measure On Table

BY Charles E. Beggs

SALEM, Ore. -- One year after they voted down one tax increase, Oregonians are facing a decision on whether to raise their taxes by $800 million to avert sharp cuts in state funding for schools, the needy and law enforcement. Ballots in Oregon's unique vote-by-mail system will be counted Tuesday. Voter rejection of the Measure 30 tax package would automatically trigger $544 million in spending cuts, putting even more of a squeeze on a state that has become known for incessant budget turmoil.

02/01/2004

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