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Let the Taxpayers Rejoice!!!
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Press Release

Let the Taxpayers Rejoice!!!

This Friday, millions of American taxpayers will be mailed tax rebate checks as part of the Bush tax relief plan that Congress passed a few weeks ago. Jonathan Hill, Director of North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy issued the following statement regarding this momentous event: "This Friday, the Treasury Department will begin to send out tax rebate checks to literally millions of American taxpayers. This much needed tax rebate is due to President Bush’s tax relief plan, which passed Congress a few weeks ago.

07/18/2001
Let The Taxpayers Rejoice, Group Says
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Let The Taxpayers Rejoice, Group Says

This Friday, millions of American taxpayers will be mailed tax rebate checks as part of the Bush tax relief plan that Congress passed a few weeks ago. Paul Beckner, president of Citizens for a Sound Economy issued the following statement regarding this momentous event: "This Friday, the Treasury Department will begin to send out tax rebate checks to literally millions of American taxpayers. This much needed tax rebate is due to President Bush's tax relief plan, which passed Congress a few weeks ago.

07/18/2001
Do We Really Need To Raise Taxes?
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Press Release

Do We Really Need To Raise Taxes?

Do we really need to raise taxes? Can’t our governor, legislators, and bureaucrats find a better way? Let’s see what Harlan Boyles and North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry had to say about our current budget challenges.

07/17/2001
Fighter Works to Build Up Coffers
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Fighter Works to Build Up Coffers

BY George Bennett

Seven months after Mary McCarty took over as chairwoman, the Palm Beach County Republican Party has been transformed from a model of ineptitude to a money-raising machine with a beefed-up staff that calls on pricey consultants and pollsters for advice. But while McCarty has been arming the GOP for battle against the county's dominant Democratic Party, some of her biggest fights have been with other Republicans.

07/17/2001
Citizens Call Hand Of Legislators’ Ploy
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Press Release

Citizens Call Hand Of Legislators’ Ploy

Recently the debate on increasing the tax burden on the hard working families of North Carolina has taken a disingenuous turn. Those who support higher taxes are trying to fool the people into believing they are not raising taxes when, in fact, they are. NEWS & OBSERVER, Saturday, July 14, 2001, "Goal is Balance"

07/16/2001
Lawmakers Question Use of 911 Money
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Lawmakers Question Use of 911 Money

BY Scott Mooneyham

Across North Carolina, local governments have accumulated substantial reserves, some exceeding $1 million, from a little-publicized 911 service charge included on local telephone bills. The charge, approved by lawmakers in 1989, was intended to help counties improve their 911 emergency calling technology. Many of those improvements involved technology that allowed 911 operators to identify a caller's location.

07/16/2001
Energy Plan Results in Loud Cries From Both Sides During Meeting
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Energy Plan Results in Loud Cries From Both Sides During Meeting

BY Pam Easton

Advocates for wind power and other renewable energy sources bickered with supporters of President Bush's aggressive plans for more power plants and offshore drilling at a town hall meeting Monday night in the nation's energy capital. "The Bush plan is just a scam," protesters against the plan shouted as they marched in a circle in front of a 20-foot-tall inflatable White House replica with four smoke stacks emerging from its roof. They said renewable energy, such as wind power, should be considered before reverting to old methods, such as coal burning.

07/16/2001
Goal is Balance
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Goal is Balance

BY Amy Gardner

Gov. Mike Easley would love for voters to compare North Carolina's budget crisis to their own struggles to keep their checkbooks balanced without sacrificing the essentials during these tough economic times. Mom and Dad's paychecks may have gone up a little bit this year - but so did their health insurance premiums and their gas bill. There's a net decrease of family income, in fact, so some belt-tightening is in order if that bank account is going to be kept out of the red. Oh, and there's no money in savings, either, thanks to last year's home repairs.

07/14/2001
CSE Trade Promotion Authority: Good for the U.S., World Economies
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Press Release

CSE Trade Promotion Authority: Good for the U.S., World Economies

As Congress moves toward voting on legislation aimed at giving the president the ability to negotiate trade agreements with foreign nations, hundreds of thousands of citizens have weighed in on the subject and are urging Congress to support this legislation to help not only the U.S. economy, but also the world economy. Paul Beckner, president of Citizens for a Sound Economy, a group with hundreds of thousands of grassroots members nationwide, issued the following statement regarding this legislation, known as Trade Promotion Authority (TPA):

07/13/2001
'Pledge' Influences Tax Debate
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'Pledge' Influences Tax Debate

This article originally ran in the Raleigh News & Observer.

07/13/2001

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