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Grassroots Education at the Villages: FL CSE Gets to the Bottom of the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate
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Grassroots Education at the Villages: FL CSE Gets to the Bottom of the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate

“These kinds of forums will, in the future, be the foundation for political education in the Villages.” – Mike Francis, FL CSE Member and Republican Club President

10/12/2000
Another Al Gore Embellishment on Energy Policy
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Another Al Gore Embellishment on Energy Policy

The New Al Gore... “I'm not in favor of energy taxes …” (Al Gore, second presidential debate, October 11, 2000) Gore’s Record... Gore authored and fought for a tax on all energy, called the Btu tax. “And you mention the energy tax as if we are somehow to blame for the fact that the energy tax -- or the Btu tax was not enacted. We proposed it and worked hard for it …” (Al Gore, White House Briefing, April 22, 1994) Gore cast the deciding vote for a 31 percent hike in gas taxes in 1993.

10/12/2000
It's Not Class War, It's Marriage
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It's Not Class War, It's Marriage

Copley News Service, 10/11/2000 The vice presidential debate between Dick Cheney and Joe Lieberman was a fabulous discussion between two statesmen, two good friends of mine and two distinct points of view about our future. Both went toe to toe for 90 minutes and while most thought the contest a draw, in my opinion, Cheney clearly won and helped George W. Bush far more than Sen. Lieberman, as good as he was, helped Vice President Al Gore. Let me explain.

10/11/2000
A Letter to the Washington Post
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A Letter to the Washington Post

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer their subscribers both proprietary content and Internet access. As Alec Klein’s October 10th article describes, proprietary content is often acquired through exclusive contracts that deter hyperlinks to, and the promotion of, competitive content and shopping. This practice is used to secure more advertising revenue, as consumers are encouraged to remain within the subscriber-only network.

10/11/2000
CSE announces 2000 Jefferson Award winners
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CSE announces 2000 Jefferson Award winners

Reps. Aderholt, Bachus, Callahan, Everett, and Sen. Sessions among award recipients MONTGOMERY—Citizens for a Sound Economy has released the names of the 2000 Jefferson Award winners. Reps. Aderholt, Bachus, Callahan, Everett, and Sen. Sessions are among the recipients of the CSE legislative awards for the 106th Congress.

10/11/2000
Trial Lawyer Money Flows Once Again
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Trial Lawyer Money Flows Once Again

Just last week our state's judicial candidates filed campaign finance reports for the November general election. Initial news reports declared that the Republican candidates received the majority of their funds from business while the Democrats had gotten the lion share of their contributions from the Alabama Democratic Party. But what about those perennial big dollar donors, the trial lawyers? Has all this talk that the tort reform battle is over sent the trial lawyers and their "jackpot justice" millions into retirement?

10/09/2000
Message of the Week - Six Pack 2000
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Message of the Week - Six Pack 2000

TRIAL LAWYER MONEY FLOWS ONCE AGAIN Contribution analysis reveals "Six Pack" has increased to nine Just last week our state's judicial candidates filed campaign finance reports for the November general election. Initial news reports declared that the Republican candidates received the majority of their funds from business while the Democrats had gotten the lion share of their contributions from the Alabama Democratic Party. But what about those perennial big dollar donors, the trial lawyers? Has all this talk that the tort reform battle is over sent the trial lawyers and their "jackpot justice" millions into retirement?

10/09/2000
CSE announces 2000 Jefferson Award winners
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CSE announces 2000 Jefferson Award winners

Rep. Greg Walden and Sen. Gordon Smith among award recipients SALEM—Citizens for a Sound Economy has released the names of the 2000 Jefferson Award winners. Rep. Greg Walden and Sen. Gordon Smith are among the recipients of the CSE legislative awards for the 106th Congress. The Jefferson Award recognizes members of Congress for supporting CSE's efforts in fighting for less government, lower taxes and more freedom.

10/09/2000
Can the River of Grass Be Restored?
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Can the River of Grass Be Restored?

BY Michel D. Sallah

After a morning rain, the sun breaks through the clouds and shines down on the sea of grass in a sight so tranquil that only the wading birds break the silence. The drops on the leaves sparkle like jewels as the boat comes to a bend in the waterway, and then suddenly the quiet is shattered by diesel-powered cranes rising over the tops of the saw grass. The big machines are already digging for limestone in a quarry on the northeast edge of the Everglades.

10/09/2000
Election 2000 Legislative Results
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Election 2000 Legislative Results

Florida Legislature Faces Term Limits…CSE Makes Tort Reform an Important Issue. In Florida, 46% of the state House and 26% of the state Senate face term limits. This was an unprecedented general election: term limits are in effect for the first time in the history of the state.

10/08/2000

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