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Candidates Differ On Tort Issues
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Candidates Differ On Tort Issues

From the Charleston Daily Mail January 23, 2004, Friday Copyright 2004 Charleston Newspapers Tort reform isn't an effective way to drive down insurance rates, the two leading Democratic candidates for governor say. And both Lloyd Jackson and Joe Manchin agree that a bill poised to pass the House of Delegates today authorizing an insurance fraud investigation unit for the state is the best method to stem rising insurance rates.

01/26/2004
Monday Conversation with Measure 30 opponent
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Monday Conversation with Measure 30 opponent

BY CRYSTAL BOLNER

Russ Walker Age: 36 Born: Houston, Texas. Education: Degree in political science at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Residence: Keizer. Family: Wife and three children. Occupation: Northwest Director of Citizens for a Sound Economy. Hobbies: Coaches wrestling at McNary High School and soccer at Boys & Girls Club. January 26, 2004

01/26/2004
Anti-Tax Groups Take Their Battle to the States
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Anti-Tax Groups Take Their Battle to the States

BY JIM BARNETT

An upcoming referendum asking Oregon voters to choose between higher taxes or millions of dollars in spending cuts could reverberate across the nation. The state is the latest proving ground for national anti-tax groups that have set their sights on state capitals after gaining clout in Washington under Republican control of the White House and Congress.

01/26/2004
Jobs, jail beds are at stake
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Jobs, jail beds are at stake

BY CARA ROBERTS MUREZ

PHOTO KOBBI R. BLAIR / Statesman Journal William Bruns (from left), Robert Gonzales and Samson Fernandez Jr. play spades in the G-pod at the Marion County jail. If Measure 30 fails, the pod might have to be shut down. January 25, 2004 If Measure 30 fails Feb. 3, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office could find itself experiencing a bit of deja vu and a loss of jail and supervision money. It nearly withdrew from the state’s community corrections program last year because of budget cuts.

01/25/2004
Measure 30 options are discussed
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Measure 30 options are discussed

BY STEVE LAW

PHOTO LORI CAIN / Statesman Journal Jim Barclay (left) and Doug Hovenden, mail operations workers for the state of Oregon, wash and fuel their truck Friday before putting it away for the night at the state Department of Administrative Services motor pool. The motor pool cut gas attendant jobs from their budget, leaving state employees to pump their own gas. January 24, 2004 West Salem resident Ralph Rollo said he’s sick and tired of “blackmail” from his elected leaders.

01/24/2004
No easy answers for budget problems
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No easy answers for budget problems

BY Editorial

There is no quick, painless solution to Oregon’s budget mess. Kevin Mannix, who kicked off the campaign against the Legislature’s budget-balancing package, doesn’t have one. Last month, the state Republican chairman unveiled a couple of dozen proposals to save the state $1 billion. But before the ink was dry, he backed off, acknowledging that some of those ideas weren’t necessarily good ones.

01/24/2004
Measure is for the people
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Measure is for the people

BY James Aiken

Voting no on Measure 30 does not get the results most Oregonians want. It does get a result that most wealthy individuals, corporations and anti-government individuals will benefit by. It does hurt many individuals and children in our state.

01/24/2004
Lawyers Have Reform Plan
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Lawyers Have Reform Plan

From the Charleston Daily Mail, January 23, 2004, Friday Copyright 2004 Charleston Newspapers After hearing the third different insurance reform proposal to emerge in the Legislature this week - this time from a group of trial lawyers and Senate Democrats, many who also are trial lawyers - Senate Minority Leader Vic Sprouse was impressed. "I'm impressed by all the snazzy Italian suits they're all wearing," said the Kanawha County Republican, who'll work to get some of his own proposals for tort reform through the Legislature this session.

01/23/2004
NC CSE Battles Government Land Grab
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NC CSE Battles Government Land Grab

NEWS! 1/27/04 NC House Speakers call for special session

01/23/2004
Responsible Spending is the Missing Ingredient
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Responsible Spending is the Missing Ingredient

While Congress was struggling to pass an $820 billion spending bill, President Bush was preparing to deliver the State of Union. Bush outlined a plan for bolstering the economy that builds on earlier tax cuts while addressing other weaknesses in the economy. Congress, meanwhile, just passed a spending bill that boosts discretionary spending by 9 percent, according to Brian Reidl of the Heritage Foundation. At some point, the propensity of Washington to spend must be reconciled with talk of economic reform. If the president is serious about economic growth, government spending must be contained.

01/23/2004

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