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Pro-, anti-tax rallies to be held Wednesday
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Pro-, anti-tax rallies to be held Wednesday

BY Chris Otts, Senior Staff Reporter

August 25, 2003 As the Sept. 9 referendum on Gov. Bob Riley's tax and accountability package draws closer, parties on each side of the issue will hold rallies on campus Wednesday in an attempt to win over undecided voters. The University, an official supporter of Amendment One, plans to welcome Riley and several pro-tax figureheads for an SGA-sponsored rally at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday on the Quad near Denny Chimes.

08/25/2003
R.J. Reynolds protests Dole assessment plan;
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R.J. Reynolds protests Dole assessment plan;

BY Associated Press

Copyright 2003 The Charlotte Observer. All rights reserved. Monday, August 25, 2003 Local WINSTON-SALEM The largest cigarette maker in North Carolina says its disagrees with a proposal by Sen. Elizabeth Dole, R-N.C., to charge cigarette companies an assessment to pay for a proposed buyout of federal tobacco quota. A buyout could pump at least $4 billion into the state's rural economy, but officials at R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. say the assessment breaks the spirit of Dole's pledge not to support tax increases.

08/25/2003
Leave No District Child Behind
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Leave No District Child Behind

©2003 Copley News Service

08/24/2003
Forsyth County CSE Meeting
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Forsyth County CSE Meeting

Steve Henson Speaker of the Southern Appalachian Multiple-Use Council was the speaker at our meeting, dicussing "What Enviromentalist Really Want." Thirty CSE members attended and discussed global warming, Healthy Forests, property rights.

08/23/2003
Forsyth County CSE Meeting
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Forsyth County CSE Meeting

Steve Henson Speaker of the Southern Appalachian Multiple-Use Council was the speaker at our meeting, dicussing "What Enviromentalist Really Want." Thirty CSE members attended and discussed global warming, Healthy Forests, property rights.

08/23/2003
Peggy Venable on Texas Talk Radio
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Peggy Venable on Texas Talk Radio

BY Don Crawford, Host

Don Crawford, Host, THE FLIP SIDE Talk Show, Talk Radio 1370 AM, KJCE , AUSTIN, TX

08/23/2003
This Week: Arnold Hits Taxes and a Union Blasts Bush
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This Week: Arnold Hits Taxes and a Union Blasts Bush

It’s another slow week in August in Washington, but there’s plenty of action in California and a troubling shake-up in the largest public employee union. Here’s a quick round-up: California Recall Debate Focuses on Taxes

08/22/2003
TORT REFORM RALLIES ACROSS TEXAS
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TORT REFORM RALLIES ACROSS TEXAS

Show your support for tort reform!!! Early voting starts Thursday, Aug 28. Texas CSE is working with the group "Yes on 12" and we are encouraging citizens to turn out for the events Monday in Corpus Christi, Wednesday in Houston and Thursday in Ft. Worth, Dallas and San Antonio. More information on the events is listed below. Remember - Prop 12 will provide immediate relief for doctors, helping lower costs and improve access. If you have questions about Prop 12, ask your family doctor. (After all, who do you trust - greedy trial lawyers or your family doctor?)

08/22/2003
TORT REFORM RALLIES ACROSS TEXAS
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TORT REFORM RALLIES ACROSS TEXAS

Show your support for tort reform!!! Early voting starts Thursday, Aug 28. Texas CSE is working with the group "Yes on 12" and we are encouraging citizens to turn out for the events Monday in Corpus Christi, Wednesday in Houston and Thursday in Ft. Worth, Dallas and San Antonio. More information on the events is listed below. Remember - Prop 12 will provide immediate relief for doctors, helping lower costs and improve access. If you have questions about Prop 12, ask your family doctor. (After all, who do you trust - greedy trial lawyers or your family doctor?)

08/22/2003
CSE holds first Polk meeting
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CSE holds first Polk meeting

BY Leah Justice

A local chapter of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is being established in Polk County, and a diverse group of about 40 citizens attended the chapter’s first meeting last week. CSE is a national watchdog group with approximately 35,000 members in its North Carolina chapter. Benny Smith, chairman of the new Polk County CSE Chapter, and George Comparetto, vice-chairman, led the informational meeting last Thursday at Columbus Town Hall.

08/22/2003

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