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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
CSE's Letter to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott on The Railroad Retirement and Survivors’ Improvement Act of 2000
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CSE's Letter to Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott on The Railroad Retirement and Survivors’ Improvement Act of 2000

October 6, 2000 The Honorable Trent Lott Majority Leader United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Lott,

10/06/2000
Capitol Comment 289 - Assessing Antitrust Activism: FTC v. Staples Revisited
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Capitol Comment 289 - Assessing Antitrust Activism: FTC v. Staples Revisited

As the Clinton administration draws to a close, it is appropriate to ask whether the past eight years of renewed antitrust activism have helped or harmed consumers. An excellent test case is the June 1997 preliminary injunction killing the proposed Staples-Office Depot merger, which was at the time arguably the most significant antitrust case brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) during the 1990s.

10/06/2000
North Carolina Jefferson Award Winners 2000
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North Carolina Jefferson Award Winners 2000

House of Representatives Cass Ballenger - 10th District Richard Burr - 5th District Robin Hayes - 8th District Sue Myrick - 9th District Charles Taylor - 11th District

10/06/2000
Florida Jefferson Award Winners
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Florida Jefferson Award Winners

House of Representatives Charles Canady - 12th District Mark Foley - 16th District Tillie Fowler - 4th District Porter Goss - 14th District Bill McCollum - 8th District John Mica - 7th District Dan Miller - 13th District Clay Shaw - 22nd District Cliff Stearns - 6th District Bill Young - 10th District Senate Senator Connie Mack

10/06/2000
Oregon Jefferson Award Winners
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Oregon Jefferson Award Winners

House of Representatives Greg Walden - 2nd District Senate Senator Gordon Smith

10/06/2000
Washington Jefferson Award Winners
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Washington Jefferson Award Winners

House of Representatives Jennifer Dunn - 8th District Doc Hastings - 4th District George Nethercutt - 5th District Senate Senator Slade Gorton

10/06/2000

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