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Heat Turning Up On Home Rule Debate
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Heat Turning Up On Home Rule Debate

BY Tom Fahey

CONCORD -- The volume picked up yesterday in the argument over the "home rule " amendment voters face Nov. 7. The measure would give towns and cities the power to make decisions that the state Constitution or state laws do not discuss.

10/19/2000
CSE Applauds Gov. George W. Bush's Pledge to Protect America's Teachers From Junk Lawsuits
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CSE Applauds Gov. George W. Bush's Pledge to Protect America's Teachers From Junk Lawsuits

Tuesday night’s debate identified a clear distinction between Gov. George W. Bush and Vice President Al Gore on the issue of saving our legal system from exploitation by an elite group of trial lawyers. Specifically, Gov. Bush has a plan to save our legal system and our schools from junk trial lawyer lawsuits.

10/18/2000
Gore's Governing Style
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Gore's Governing Style

BY Jodi Enda

The vice president of the United States is leaning into his desk aboard Air Force Two, licking the sticky red chicken-wing sauce off his fingertips, one digit at a time. Just like a regular guy. In this unguarded moment, he does not look like a man who, for the past eight years, has been in charge of U.S. policy on a number of fronts. But he was. When it came to science, technology and, most of all, the environment, Gore was much more than the man behind The Man. He was dominant.

10/18/2000
Sessions Eyes Arbitration Rule Reform
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Sessions Eyes Arbitration Rule Reform

BY Mary Orndorff

WASHINGTON - U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions on Tuesday introduced legislation he says would protect consumers in out-of-court disputes with businesses, but he has an ulterior motive. Sessions, R-Ala., wants his bill, which has no chance of passing this session, to trip up another bill that would exempt automobile dealers from the same legal obligations they demand of their customers. The proposal by U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, would allow dealers to avoid arbitration when they have a dispute with an auto manufacturer, an option most Alabama car buyers don't have.

10/18/2000
Gore's Governing Style
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Gore's Governing Style

BY Jodi Enda

WASHINGTON _ The vice president of the United States is leaning into his desk aboard Air Force Two, licking the sticky red chicken-wing sauce off his fingertips, one digit at a time. Just like a regular guy. In this unguarded moment, he does not look like a man who, for the past eight years, has been in charge of U.S. policy on a number of fronts. But he was. When it came to science, technology and, most of all, the environment, Gore was much more than the man behind The Man. He was dominant.

10/18/2000
Anti-Trust Threat to New Technologies
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Anti-Trust Threat to New Technologies

As published by the Deseret News and distributed by Scrips Howard News Service, 10/17/2000

10/17/2000
Gore's Environmental Spending Threatens to Bust Budget
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Gore's Environmental Spending Threatens to Bust Budget

Cost Estimates for Gore’s Environmental Plans Program Cost Tax credits for producing electricity from renewable sources (wind, biomass) $5 billion over ten years Technologies for Tomorrow Challenge $68 billion over ten years Promoting Energy Efficient Technologies $13.5 billion over ten years Keep American Moving Initiative (light rail, high speed trains, etc.) $25 billion over ten years Ratify Kyoto Protocol $397 billion annually after 2010 Overturn NAAQS decision $150 billion annually Everglades Re-Study $11 billion over 30 years Restore National Parks $5 billion CARA and Lands Legacy Initiative $30 billion over ten years Anti-Sprawl and Greenspace Initiatives $2 billion over ten years Total $706 billion in new government spending, tax credits, or losses to the economy.

10/17/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: “Innovative Regulation” in the DTV Market—A new Name for Centralized Planning
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: “Innovative Regulation” in the DTV Market—A new Name for Centralized Planning

The contemporary defense of centralized economic planning revolves around the concept of “innovative regulation.” The idea is that omniscient regulatory bodies should dictate private investment and business decisions. This regulation attempts to use market forces in limited doses and under contrived circumstances to arrive at predetermined outcomes.

10/16/2000
Interest Groups Strive to Influence Views on Issue
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Interest Groups Strive to Influence Views on Issue

BY Phillip O'Connor

Whatever you believe about Social Security, chances are there's somebody working hard to change your mind. For more than two decades, interest groups have employed think tanks to wage a multimillion-dollar fight for public opinion. Using a combination of Capitol Hill briefings and forums, public seminars, position papers, policy briefs, books, Web sites, polls, focus groups, advertisements and media appearances, the think tanks are defining the Social Security debate in Washington, on Main Street and in the nation's media.

10/16/2000
Louisiana: Insurance Required
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Louisiana: Insurance Required

BY Chris Gautreau

Driving without insurance in Louisiana has become increasingly difficult over the past two years. From October 1998 through June of this year, thousands of cars were impounded when drivers were unable to prove they carried state-mandated liability insurance policies. That law combined with court-approved insurance checkpoints and so-called "no pay, no play" laws that limit an uninsured driver's claim to damages comprise some of the country's toughest compulsory insurance laws.

10/15/2000

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