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Antitrust On and Off Screen
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Antitrust On and Off Screen

BY Jason Thomas

It was by coincidence that MGM's "Antitrust" debuted the same day the Justice Department and 19 states' attorneys general continued their own antitrust production against Microsoft. Both offerings depicted monopoly power and unchecked aggression. Unfortunately, both the government's floundering case and MGM's box-office dud are filled with so much inanity that neither can be taken seriously.

03/11/2001
Broad Alliance Forms to Oppose NC Lottery
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Broad Alliance Forms to Oppose NC Lottery

BY Mark Johnson

On Tuesday, former Gov. Jim Martin, a Republican, will join forces with former Democratic state Treasurer Harlan Boyles. Corporate titan Chairman Alan Dickson will team with Bill Friday, an icon in philanthropy and academia and the first president of the modern N.C. university system. Liberal former newspaper publisher Frank Daniels Jr. will sign on with conservative former legislator Chuck Neely.

03/10/2001
Lottery Opponents not Folding
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Lottery Opponents not Folding

BY Yonat Shimron

Gov. Mike Easley's call for a state lottery is about to get an emphatic answer: Some of the state's religious, business, academic and civic leaders are mounting a vigorous campaign to stop it. A group, including two former governors, a retired chief justice and two former UNC system presidents, plans to step forward next week - tentatively Tuesday - to announce its opposition to a lottery. The action comes after leaders of the United Methodist Church sent a letter to the governor, pledging to do all they could to resist a lottery.

03/10/2001
Dingell Takes the Crash and Burn Approach
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Dingell Takes the Crash and Burn Approach

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy criticized Rep. Dingell's bill to re-regulate the airlines. The bill would punish consumers for the faults of regulation and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Erick Gustafson, Director of CSE's Center for Consumer Choice, issued the following statement: "Consumers are upset and deserve results, unfortunately Mr. Dingell's bill would only exacerbate these problems because it ignores the real issues. Instead, lawmakers should turn their attention to FAA reform and infrastructure upgrades.

03/08/2001
CSE Congratulates House For Providing Tax Relief to all Taxpayers
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CSE Congratulates House For Providing Tax Relief to all Taxpayers

Today, the U. S. House of Representatives made history by passing H.R. 3, "The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Act of 2001." H.R. 3 provides needed tax relief for all taxpayers. Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) and its 280,000 grassroots members would like to thank those who voted for the tax cuts.

03/08/2001
Foundation to Examine Impact of State Lottery
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Foundation to Examine Impact of State Lottery

The North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation will host a Lottery Summit from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. on March 17. The summit will take place at Guilford Technical Community College, 601 High Point Road. The event will examine the effect a lottery will have on communities, the economy and the state budget. Cost to attend is $ 15 per person, and the cost includes lunch. Those planning to attend should phone (919) 807-0100 to confirm seating.

03/08/2001
Texas Needs Class Action Reform: Support SB 842 and HB 2072
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Texas Needs Class Action Reform: Support SB 842 and HB 2072

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03/07/2001
Legislature Has Opportunity to Fix Shoreline Mess
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Legislature Has Opportunity to Fix Shoreline Mess

In 1995, the Washington legislature passed a law ordering the Department of Ecology (DOE) to revamp its 1972 shoreline management rules. The legislature would have been well served to remember the old saying "be careful what you wish for, you just might get it." By putting the vague notion of the "public interest," ahead of the fundamental principle of individual property rights, DOE has constructed a regulatory nightmare.

03/06/2001
Yet Another Attack on the Economy
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Yet Another Attack on the Economy

Copley News Service, 03/06/2001 As if we haven't already had enough bad economic news, now come reports of another attack on the economy from within the Bush administration. Even as President George W. Bush stumps for his tax rate reductions, he's facing a rear-guard assault on his economic program by members of his own Cabinet: massive hikes in energy costs masquerading as environmental safeguards.

03/06/2001
For Now, Lobbyists Play by Bush's Rules
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For Now, Lobbyists Play by Bush's Rules

BY Gail Russell Chaddock

It didn't take Earl Pomeroy long to figure out that the Bush tax cut was on a fast track through the House - with big-time lobby power behind it. Phone calls and e-mails asking the North Dakota Democrat to send a big part of the surplus back to taxpayers started rolling in only hours after the president 's budget address last week. And many sounded alike, a clear sign of an organized lobbying effort.

03/06/2001

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