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CSE Guide to Lobbying Congress
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CSE Guide to Lobbying Congress

Please also see CSE's Townhall Meetup Homepage at www.cse.org/meetup !

02/06/2004
New Hampshire Introduces Social Security Resolution
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New Hampshire Introduces Social Security Resolution

The New Hampshire Social Security Resolution was introduced before the Executive Departments and Administration (ED&A)Committee of the State Senate on Feb. 4th by Sen. Russell Prescott. CSE Policy Analysis Max Pappas was on hand to provide expert oral and written testimony. (see photos below)

02/06/2004
New Hampshire Introduces Social Security Resolution
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New Hampshire Introduces Social Security Resolution

The New Hampshire Social Security Resolution was introduced before the Executive Departments and Administration (ED&A)Committee of the State Senate on Feb. 4th by Sen. Russell Prescott. CSE Policy Analysis Max Pappas was on hand to provide expert oral and written testimony. (see photos below)

02/06/2004
Tax defeat in Oregon could trigger cuts
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Tax defeat in Oregon could trigger cuts

BY Hal Bernton

PORTLAND — Oregon voters' resounding rejection of an $800 million revenue measure has burnished this state's reputation as a bastion for the national movement to limit taxes. The measure's failure, which was defeated Tuesday by a 59 to 41 percent vote, is expected to trigger cuts in education, public safety and knock many more people off the Oregon Health Plan, which offers medical coverage to tens of thousands of residents.

02/06/2004
County prepares to take out ax
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County prepares to take out ax

BY DON HAMILTON

Multnomah County's income tax proceeds won't be enough to protect some county programs from a new round of state budget cuts. Oregon voters this week resoundingly rejected Measure 30, the Legislature's budget plan. The vote statewide was 59 percent to 41 percent, and even Multnomah County, the most tax-friendly county in Oregon, turned it back 55 percent to 45 percent.

02/06/2004
Education plan faces uncertain fate
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Education plan faces uncertain fate

BY Richard Roesler

OLYMPIA A one-penny sales tax hike, proposed this week by education supporters, would raise $1billion a year for preschool programs, public schools and colleges. The biggest question about the proposal, however, is the one no one can answer: Will voters agree to a billion-dollar tax hike? They should, Gov. Gary Locke said Thursday. "Better education benefits everyone," he said. The League of Education Voters' proposal, he said, gives voters a chance to "take bold action to reap huge rewards."

02/06/2004
A Resolution for Social Security Reform
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A Resolution for Social Security Reform

WHEREAS, Social Security is a federal program that does not recognize the retirement needs of many New Hampshire citizens; and WHEREAS, Social Security tax revenues alone will be insufficient to pay current benefits as early as the year 2018; and WHEREAS, the Social Security Trust Funds may be completely exhausted by the year 2042; and WHEREAS, the investment return on Social Security contributions made by workers today is significantly below that available from other sources; and

02/05/2004
What, Exactly, is Social Security Reform?
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What, Exactly, is Social Security Reform?

Testimony of Max Pappas Policy Analyst Citizens for a Sound Economy

02/05/2004
2004 Washington Freedom Agenda Update
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2004 Washington Freedom Agenda Update

Taxes The League of Education Voters Foundation is expected to release their P-16 plan on February 5th. No details of the plan are known yet but they have been conducting community meetings to get feedback on a proposal that will “better fund and link early childhood education, K-12, and higher education in the state”. The expected revenue source for the project is an increase in the sales tax totaling one billion dollars in NEW revenue. CSE will oppose this effort to raise taxes as we have done successfully in Alabama and Oregon.

02/05/2004
Washington CSE to Fight Locke’s Billion Dollar Tax Hike
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Washington CSE to Fight Locke’s Billion Dollar Tax Hike

In response to a plan unveiled today by Governor Gary Locke (D) that would increase taxes by $1 billion – through a 1 cent boost in the state’s sales tax, the Washington chapter of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) announced their plan to fight the proposal on behalf of taxpayers in the name of fiscal discipline and economic growth.

02/05/2004

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