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North Carolina CSE Successfully Injects the Microsoft Antitrust Case Into NC’s Attorney General Race and the News
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North Carolina CSE Successfully Injects the Microsoft Antitrust Case Into NC’s Attorney General Race and the News

September 29, 2000– North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) has proven that grassroots education and mobilization can deliver important issues to policymakers. NC CSE has led a vigorous campaign to educate citizens on the detriments of government sponsored lawsuit abuse. Through town hall meetings, NC CSE club meetings, and petition drives, NC CSE has led the effort to place the issue in front of two Attorney General candidates, Roy Cooper and Dan Boyce and the current NC Attorney General Mike Easley.

09/29/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Whose CD is it Anyway?
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Whose CD is it Anyway?

On Monday, Representatives Richard Burr, (R-N.C.), Ray LaHood, (R-Ill), and Fred Upton, (R-Mich) joined Internet-caucus co-chairman Rick Boucher (D-Va) to introduce the “Music Owner’s Listening Rights Act of 2000.” With the 106th Congress nearly complete, the bill has little chance for passage. More important than its prospects for enactment, however, is the message it sends about the future of “intellectual property” law.

09/29/2000
CSE Urges Locke to Complete the Call…
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CSE Urges Locke to Complete the Call…

Strannigan Offers to put Governor in Contact with Gore to End Microsoft Suit SEATTLE—Since Gov. Locke's call to Vice President Gore did not reach the Vice President on John Carlson's mobile phone during last night’s debate, Gary Strannigan, director of Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy offered today to help put the governor in touch with Gore to end to government's lawsuit against the Washington software developer.

09/29/2000
Crowded Ballot Worries Raleigh
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Crowded Ballot Worries Raleigh

BY Demorris Lee

RALEIGH -- City officials think North Raleigh residents will support $ 75 million in road, park and housing bonds - if only they can find them on the Nov. 7 ballot. With presidential, gubernatorial and other races before voters, along with $ 3.1 billion for state college facilities and $ 500 million for Wake County schools, Raleigh officials are concerned that their bond issues may get lost in the shuffle.

09/29/2000
Microsoft Judge Says Ruling At Risk; Every Trial Decision Called 'Vulnerable'
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Microsoft Judge Says Ruling At Risk; Every Trial Decision Called 'Vulnerable'

BY James V. Grimaldi

The federal judge who ordered Microsoft Corp. split in two said yesterday that "virtually everything" he did in the antitrust case may be vulnerable on appeal, and he blamed the software giant's "intransigence" for his breakup decision. U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson, in a candid and self-effacing luncheon speech to an antitrust seminar, also said "public misperceptions" fueled by "public-relations campaigns" spurred him to speak out to the media and the public on the historic case and assure observers that he does not want to regulate the software industry.

09/29/2000
CSE to release Jefferson Award winners next week
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CSE to release Jefferson Award winners next week

Next week, Citizens for a Sound Economy will announce the winners of this year's Jefferson Awards. At the end of each congressional term, CSE presents the Jefferson Award to members of the U.S. House and Senate who have a record of voting for less taxes and limited government. A legislator's voting record is the best way to judge how they represent your interests. CSE has spent numerous hours reviewing the voting records of every member of Congress. Look for the winners (and losers) as well as the details of how we calculate the votes next week.

09/28/2000
North Carolina Attorney General Race is Running from Microsoft Case
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North Carolina Attorney General Race is Running from Microsoft Case

Today, the Winston-Salem Journal reported that continued pursuit of a radical breakup plan for Microsoft would be moved off the table by the next North Carolina attorney general. The front-page story explains that “both candidates for state attorney general in North Carolina say they want to reassess the state’s involvement in the case,” reports David Rice.

09/28/2000
CSE Letters: Thank you for your work on behalf of North Carolina's taxpayers
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CSE Letters: Thank you for your work on behalf of North Carolina's taxpayers

I read David Rice's article today concerning North Carolina's participation in the Microsoft lawsuit. I agree with your comments on behalf of Citizens for a Sound Economy.

09/28/2000
Florida CSE Educates Dade County Republican Executive Committee on the Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage Debate
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Florida CSE Educates Dade County Republican Executive Committee on the Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage Debate

“Slade, this is an awesome presentation. Just wonderful! Are you guys doing this all over the state? This is exactly the information that needs to get out. Thank you so much.” - Brett Doster, Political Director for Texas Gov. George W. Bush

09/28/2000
Florida CSE Highlights the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate
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Florida CSE Highlights the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate

“Finally, something we can actually use.” – Sharron Greenhouse commenting on the Medicare power point presentation, fair card, and booklet.

09/28/2000

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