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CSE Delivers a High-Tech Message to GOP Convention-Goers: “Keep Government’s Hands Off High-Tech!”
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CSE Delivers a High-Tech Message to GOP Convention-Goers: “Keep Government’s Hands Off High-Tech!”

“The best hope for our children, is to have CSE educating our children about the free-market system.” – OR State Senator Charles Starr Philadelphia, PA -- CSE staff and volunteer activists are demonstrating their presence at the 2000 GOP Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this week. With hundreds of CSE members participating as GOP delegates, we are making sure that our issues are prominent during this convention.

08/01/2000
Is GOP's Emphasis on Brotherly Love Really a Missed Opportunity?
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Is GOP's Emphasis on Brotherly Love Really a Missed Opportunity?

BY DAVID REINHARD

Can you feel the love tonight? The Republicans have created a vast prairie of niceness here in the City of Brotherly Love, and on this range that the GOP calls home this week there never is heard a discouraging (public) word. About Bill Clinton. Or Al Gore and the Democrats.

08/01/2000
Message of the Day: School Choice
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Message of the Day: School Choice

The Problem: Currently, schools get students and funding regardless of how well they perform. This public school monopoly has not served many children well for at least a decade. Sadly, the education bureaucracy and teachers’ unions often try to keep parents from fully accessing different educational opportunities.

07/31/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Global Warming
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Activist Handbook 2000: Global Warming

Global Warming Why CSE Cares The Issue: In 1997, the Clinton-Gore administration signed the Kyoto Protocol, also known as the UN Global Warming Treaty. The internationally-enforceable treaty is intended to stop what some believe is an unnatural warming of the planet caused by human use of fossil fuels. Since the Senate has refused to ratify the treaty, there have been numerous proposals for domestic greenhouse gas reduction schemes and the administration has attempted to implement the treaty through the back door. The Problem:

07/31/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Desperately Seeking School Choice
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Desperately Seeking School Choice

If America is going to continue its leadership in the Information age, students of today must be prepared to meet the challenges of tomorrow. The best way to ensure this outcome is through school choice initiatives that may prove to be at the center of this year’s Presidential campaign.

07/31/2000
GOP CONVENTION: Spreading a message; Advocacy group runs campaign to be noticed
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GOP CONVENTION: Spreading a message; Advocacy group runs campaign to be noticed

Monday, July 31, 2000 BY GREG RETSINAS, Raleigh Bureau Chief Wilmington Morning Star Copyright 2000 Wilmington Star-News

07/31/2000
GOP CONVENTION: Spreading a message; Advocacy group runs campaign to be noticed
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GOP CONVENTION: Spreading a message; Advocacy group runs campaign to be noticed

BY GREG RETSINAS

PHILADEPHIA - From sunrise to sundown, attendees to this week's 2000 Republican National Convention will be bombarded with messages. Some will revolve around George W. Bush's agenda; others may be the voices of the numerous protesters throughout the city. It can be chaotic, which makes Chuck Fuller's job as head of a North Carolina conservative advocacy group all that more difficult this week.

07/31/2000
A SOUND ECONOMY
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A SOUND ECONOMY

BY LORRAINE VALERINO / YVONNE McSHAY

More than 400 people from 37 Florida counties met recently in Orlando for the Citizens for a Sound Economy Issues 2000 forum. Among them were Polk Countians Cathy Phillips, Ann B. Suden, Betty Rust, Ann Wolfe, Gay Harlowe and Shane and Carol Platt. Discussion included tort reform, school choice, Social Security reform, Medicare and prescription drugs, increasing voter registration/participation and community involvement issues. CSE has more than 40,000 members throughout Florida, according to Phillips.

07/30/2000
Bonds might get old foes' support
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Bonds might get old foes' support

BY T. Keung Hui

RALEIGH -- Wake County's new $ 550 million school construction plan won the conditional endorsement Friday of an advisory committee that includes key opponents of last year's failed bond issue. Committee members said they would campaign for a $ 500 million bond issue to help finance the plan if the school board would lobby the General Assembly to make two legislative changes they say would help control public school costs.

07/29/2000
ORACLE ADMITS IT HAD MICROSOFT INVESTIGATED
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ORACLE ADMITS IT HAD MICROSOFT INVESTIGATED

Microsoft lashed out at Oracle Corp. yesterday after the California firm acknowledged it hired a prominent detective firm to investigate groups sympathetic to the Redmond software maker. Oracle's efforts yielded documents that embarrassed Microsoft in the middle of its antitrust battle with the government. Microsoft said the investigation could be just one of a string of anti-Microsoft activities its rivals have engaged in. "These published reports may only be the tip of the iceberg . . . ," Microsoft said without elaborating.

07/29/2000

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