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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
Letter to Governor Rick Perry: Veto HB 1845
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Letter to Governor Rick Perry: Veto HB 1845

The Honorable Rick Perry Governor P.O. Box 12428 Austin, Texas 78711 Dear Gov. Perry:

06/13/2001
President Bush: Standing Firm to Protect People and the Planet
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President Bush: Standing Firm to Protect People and the Planet

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy’s (CSE) 280,000 citizen activists voiced their active support for President Bush and his remarks yesterday regarding global climate change. Paul Beckner, president of CSE, issued the following statement regarding the president’s comments on global climate change: "CSE’s activists could not have hoped for anything better than what President Bush delivered in his remarks on global climate change on June 11.

06/12/2001
William J. Bennett on the Low Income School Choice Demonstration Act
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William J. Bennett on the Low Income School Choice Demonstration Act

Empower America Co-Director William J. Bennett, who served as the Secretary of Education under President Ronald Reagan, today urged the Senate to pass the Low Income School Choice Demonstration Act, introduced by Senator Judd Gregg.

06/12/2001
William J. Bennett on the Low Income School Choice Demonstration Act
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William J. Bennett on the Low Income School Choice Demonstration Act

Empower America Co-Director William J. Bennett, who served as the Secretary of Education under President Ronald Reagan, today urged the Senate to pass the Low Income School Choice Demonstration Act, introduced by Senator Judd Gregg.

06/12/2001
Workshop Explores Gambling
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Workshop Explores Gambling

BY Mary A. Napier

The Christian Action League of North Carolina is hosting a free workshop, "The Christian Looks at Gambling," at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Education Building at First Baptist Church, 301 S. Davidson St. The event is for anyone concerned about N.C. legislation of state-sponsored gambling through a lottery. It will focus on the harmful impact of state-sponsored gambling.

06/12/2001
Broadband Deregulation is Essential for the Revitalization of the Communications Industry
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Broadband Deregulation is Essential for the Revitalization of the Communications Industry

The Eastern Management Group Addresses Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation (CSEF) on the Merits of the Internet Freedom and Broadband Deployment Act Speaking at a luncheon today on the topic of broadband deregulation, John Malone, president and CEO of The Eastern Management Group, stressed the importance of leveling the playing field by giving regulatory parity to all participants in the high-speed Internet market.

06/12/2001
Dicussion
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Dicussion

EVENT: DISCUSSION - CITIZENS FOR A SOUND ECONOMY FOUNDATION (CSEF) TIME: 12:on noon SUBJECT: Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation (CSEF) holds a Policy Watch luncheon discussion on "A Deregulated Broadband Environment: If You Build It, Will they Come?" John Malone, president, Eastern Management Group; Larry Darby, president, Darby Associates; Jason Thomas, economic policy analyst, CSEF and Kent Lassman, director, Technology and Communication Policy, CSE 2218 Rayburn House Office Building -- June 12, 2001

06/12/2001

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