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Legislation Determining the Jefferson Award Recipients
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Legislation Determining the Jefferson Award Recipients

The following bills were keyvoted to determine who would receive a Jefferson Award. House of Representatives Key Votes HCR 68 - The congressional budget plan is premised on the belief that the mounting budget surpluses are, in fact, a surplus of tax dollars that should be returned to taxpayers. Congress's budget plan contains three encouraging elements:

10/06/2000
Jefferson Awards
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Jefferson Awards

Citizens for a Sound Economy is proud to announce the Jefferson Award winners 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. Over the past two years, CSE has key voted a number of votes, tracking how your representatives and senators voted on our key issues. Issues include: Tax & Budget, Tort Reform, Environment, Health, Labor & Education, and Technology. See below to view the specific legislation that was key voted.

10/06/2000
Bench Hopefuls Get Lawyers' Donations
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Bench Hopefuls Get Lawyers' Donations

BY Stan Bailey

MONTGOMERY - Plaintiff trial lawyers are using the Alabama Democratic Party to funnel big bucks into the campaigns of Democrat candidates for state court posts, a pro-business group said Thursday. Toby Roth, director of Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy, said nine Alabama plaintiff's law firms have given $1,971,100 this year to the State Democratic Executive Committee, which has passed on nearly $1 million to Democratic judicial candidates.

10/06/2000
School Officials Try to Win Over School Bonds Skeptics
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School Officials Try to Win Over School Bonds Skeptics

BY T. Keung Hui

RALEIGH -- Wake's school leaders walked into a lion's den Thursday to hunt for school bond votes and to show they actually listen to their critics.

10/06/2000
Social Security: Is It a Crisis That Doesn't Exist?
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Social Security: Is It a Crisis That Doesn't Exist?

A consensus has developed across the political spectrum that the Social Security program faces significant problems and is in need of far-reaching modifications. Would-be reformers debate vigorously on the best changes for Social Security. Some argue for transforming the nation's pension program to a defined-contribution system of personal retirement accounts while others support retaining the current defined-benefit structure through a series of tax increases and benefits cuts or through investing a portion of the program's assets in equities.

10/05/2000
Alabama Jefferson Award Winners
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Alabama Jefferson Award Winners

House of Representatives Robert Aderholt - 4th District Spencer Bachus - 6th District Sonny Callahan - 1st District Terry Everett - 2nd District Senate Senator Jeff Sessions

10/05/2000
Late's Get Personal
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Late's Get Personal

BY Robert Dodge

President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush talk frequently and publicly about their divergent prescriptions for Social Security. Beyond their visions of Americans' retirement security, though, the debate underscores how the two men have prepared for their own financial futures. Gore, who opposes any equity investments involving Social Security, has never owned stocks. Bush, who wants the government to tap the market's higher returns, has had millions invested.

10/05/2000
Most States to Continue Case Against Microsoft
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Most States to Continue Case Against Microsoft

BY Dan Richman

No matter what happens to the Microsoft antitrust case in a future presidential administration, most state attorneys general say they will stand firm in their attempt to break Microsoft Corp. in two. But both North Carolina's candidates for attorney general have pledged to re-examine their state's commitment to the case. They made that promise at the behest of North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy, a national lobbying group to which Microsoft contributes.

10/05/2000
The Spin Stops Here
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The Spin Stops Here

The presidential candidates held their first debate last night, and the spin has already begun. Get a common-sense perspective from a grassroots organization that was on the trail before the first primary educating people on the very issues Gore and Bush debated. CSE has spent countless hours analyzing each candidates’ proposals and have looked beyond the spin to discover where the rhetoric doesn’t match the reality.

10/04/2000
Florida CSE Takes the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate to Senator John McCain and Representative Mark Foley
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Florida CSE Takes the Medicare and Prescription Drug Debate to Senator John McCain and Representative Mark Foley

Palm Beach, FL – Florida Citizens for a Sound Economy (FL CSE) had the opportunity to express their concerns about the Medicare and prescription drug debate to Senator John McCain and Representative Mark Foley at their “Salute to Veterans” event. FL CSE took the opportunity to inform the 1,200 attendees on the Medicare and prescription drug plans proposed by the presidential candidates. Before the event, FL CSE distributed over 500 Medicare and prescription drug plan comparison chart fliers.

10/04/2000

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