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G.A.O. Study: Medical Malpractice Premium Growth is Slower in States with Tort Reform.
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G.A.O. Study: Medical Malpractice Premium Growth is Slower in States with Tort Reform.

The U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO), the non-partisan investigative arm of the U.S. Congress, found in a new report that growth in medical malpractice premiums is slower in states that have limits on noneconomic damages.

09/12/2003
SHERIFF SEEKS TO ADD DEPUTIES
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SHERIFF SEEKS TO ADD DEPUTIES

BY Prashant Gopal

Copyright 2003, South Florida Sun-Sentinel. All Rights Reserved. By Staff Writer Sheriff Ed Bieluch will hire at least 26 deputies to patrol poor neighborhoods and do it without adding a penny to his proposed $272 million budget, he told county commissioners Thursday. Most commissioners at the budget hearing said they liked that idea, tentatively approving the spending plan, which previously called for no new patrol deputies.

09/12/2003
Texas Weekly Update: Sept 12
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Texas Weekly Update: Sept 12

Vote Saturday Sept 13 for Prop 12!!!

09/11/2003
Washington Take Note: Taxpayers Still Want Less
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Washington Take Note: Taxpayers Still Want Less

As the race towards the Democratic presidential primaries heats up, President Bush has come under fire, particularly for policies on Iraq. But the president is also drawing fire for other policies, including federal spending. A recent study by the Brookings Institution found that the size of government under Bush has increased, not decreased. Just recently, the president has asked for an additional $87 billion in federal spending to fund ongoing activities in Iraq. While government continues to grow, voters remain skeptical of big government and high taxes. In the most recent direct measure of taxpayer sentiment, voters in Alabama rejected Republican Gov. Bob Riley’s $1.2 billion tax hike by a two-to-one margin. Limited government, it appears, is still popular with the voters.

09/11/2003
Proposal offers park option to districts
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Proposal offers park option to districts

BY Neil Strassman

Mary Ann Hefner lives on Lake Lyndon B. Johnson in Central Texas, but children in her community don't have a local park with a playground. "As far as where you can take children, it's only our little elementary school," said Hefner, president of the Kingsland Municipal Utility District in Llano County.

09/11/2003
Texas Officials Warn Cities of Pension-Fund Shortfalls
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Texas Officials Warn Cities of Pension-Fund Shortfalls

BY Yamil Berard

Copyright (C) 2003 KRTBN Knight Ridder Tribune Business News

09/11/2003
Feedback: The Social Security Debate
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Feedback: The Social Security Debate

As you probably know, CSE invites readers to comment on the articles sent in our weekly email and posted on our web site. CSE appreciates the time many readers take to post comments. We read these comments, and this week I am going to respond to some of the many comments readers have posted regarding Social Security. My apologies to those comments I was unable to get to. I will respond to statements on other topics in the future. Thanks for reading, and keep the comments coming! --Max Pappas, CSE Policy Analyst On Social Security

09/10/2003
WHY BUY QUOTAS ON TOBACCO?
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WHY BUY QUOTAS ON TOBACCO?

BY PAUL BECKNER

The article "R.J. Reynolds protests Dole assessment plan" (Aug. 25) suggests that North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) endorses the proposed buyout of the federal tobacco quota. However, CSE, a grassroots organization that advocates lower taxes, less government and more freedom, does not endorse the buyout.

09/10/2003
Creating Consumer Choice for Contact Lenses
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Creating Consumer Choice for Contact Lenses

09/09/2003
Testimony: Support the "Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act"
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Testimony: Support the "Fairness to Contact Lens Consumers Act"

09/09/2003

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