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Capitol Comment 270 - The 4(d) Rules for Salmon in the Pacific Northwest
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Capitol Comment 270 - The 4(d) Rules for Salmon in the Pacific Northwest

During 1999, the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) added several evolutionarily significant units (ESUs) of salmon and steelhead to the Endangered Species List. Under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), full "take" prohibitions apply automatically upon listing for species considered "endangered." Species considered "threatened," however, are covered by what is called a

03/17/2000
Capitol Comment 271 - A First Step Into Privacy: Finding a Free Market Perspective in the Constitution
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Capitol Comment 271 - A First Step Into Privacy: Finding a Free Market Perspective in the Constitution

The hottest technology issues in the last Congress revolved around the relationship between the federal government and electronic commerce. Delving a little bit deeper into this relationship, elected officials and regulators alike are concluding that privacy is the next big issue.

03/17/2000
CSE’S Grassroots Activists Make the Difference on Internet Taxes!
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CSE’S Grassroots Activists Make the Difference on Internet Taxes!

Oregon members must keep the pressure on Commissioner Jones to support extension of tax moratorium.

03/17/2000
CSE’S Grassroots Activists Make the Difference on Internet Taxes!
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CSE’S Grassroots Activists Make the Difference on Internet Taxes!

Oregon members must keep the pressure on Commissioner Jones to support extension of tax moratorium.

03/17/2000
Attorney General Bill Pryor Named "Friend of the Taxpayer"
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Attorney General Bill Pryor Named "Friend of the Taxpayer"

On Tuesday, March 14, 2000, Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) proudly presented its inaugural "Friend of the Taxpayer" award to Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor. The award was presented as part of Alabama CSE's annual Day at the Capital which brought more than 160 CSE members to Montgomery.

03/17/2000
The Inside Scoop on Internet Taxation
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The Inside Scoop on Internet Taxation

CSE activists across America have been voicing their views to politicians at all levels -- from the presidential candidates to local mayors -- that they are opposed to the various schemes that have been put forward to place discriminatory taxes on the Internet. Taxes already apply to e-commerce the same as they apply to catalogue and mail order sales. The Internet is the driving force behind the best economy in American history and taxing the Internet only threatens this success.

03/16/2000
School Choice: Questions and Answers
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School Choice: Questions and Answers

Will school choice raise taxes? No. Studies have found that most private schools cost far less per pupil than public schools. Will school choice mean a return to segregated schools? No. Currently, children attending public schools in their home district often are attending segregated schools. Today's private schools are often less segregated than public schools, especially in the inner cities. Do vouchers help children get a better education?

03/15/2000
Citizen's Issue Summary: Clean Air
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Citizen's Issue Summary: Clean Air

Thirty Years of Progress America’s air is getting cleaner. The quality of the air we breathe has improved dramatically over the last three decades, and the number of localities exceeding federal standards for regulated pollutants has dropped substan- tially since 1970. These trends would have continued even without the enactment of the 1990 Clean Air Act or the imposition of new regulations. The simple fact is that Americans care about the quality of the environ- ment, and should be trusted to do the right thing.

03/15/2000
Citizen's Issue Summary: Urban Sprawl
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Citizen's Issue Summary: Urban Sprawl

Will Washington Take Away the American Dream? The new Clinton- Gore “smart growth” proposals seek to address many of the problems experienced in every day life, from traffic congestion to the fast pace of modern society.

03/15/2000
Citizen's Issue Summary: The Endangered Species Act
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Citizen's Issue Summary: The Endangered Species Act

What Is the Endangered Species Act? The Endangered Species Act (ESA) was passed in 1973 as a broad effort to protect species and the habitat they live in. More than 1,000 American species are listed as either endangered or threatened. “Endangered” species are those considered close to extinction, while “threatened” species are those that are close to becoming endangered. Persons who harm a listed species or damage their habitat are subject to severe penalties.

03/15/2000

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