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Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition Calls On McGreevey Administration to Urgently Address Auto Insurance Availability
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Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition Calls On McGreevey Administration to Urgently Address Auto Insurance Availability

The Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition today called upon the McGreevey Adminstration to quickly address the likelihood that auto insurance will become more difficult for New Jersey drivers to purchase due to State Farm's application to stop doing business in New Jersey.

06/03/2002
State Treasurer
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State Treasurer

State treasurer The pay: $66,722 The duties: Custodian for all state funds and responsible for paying state debts. DEMOCRATS

06/02/2002
Testimony Before the Select Committee on Constitutional Revision
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Press Release

Testimony Before the Select Committee on Constitutional Revision

Mr. Chairman, Committee members, I am here today to give my and my organization’s strong support to an elected State Board of Education with enhanced authority and full control of the Permanent School Fund. In 1987, the voters of Texas overwhelmingly voted in favor of an elected SBOE and it appears to voters that at times the legislature continues to ask the same question until they get the answer they want. I trust the members of this committee are here with no agenda and are simply addressing the concerns you have heard from some members of the legislature.

05/31/2002
Governor Jim McGreevey's Promises to Taxpayers are Up in Smoke
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Press Release

Governor Jim McGreevey's Promises to Taxpayers are Up in Smoke

TRENTON. A message from 7,000 New Jersey Citizens for a Sound Economy members to Governor McGreevey: Keep your promise to taxpayers. Governor McGreevey made the following promises to New Jersey taxpayers during the gubernatorial campaign of 2000: "I am ruling out a tax increase." (The Star-Ledger, November 8, 2001) "We're not going to raise taxes." (The Star-Ledger, April 21, 2002) "I'm not making promises I can't keep." (The Star-Ledger, April 21, 2002)

05/31/2002
Nation's Judges Make a Personal Plea to Fill Benches
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Press Release

Nation's Judges Make a Personal Plea to Fill Benches

Originally ran in the the Washington Times. The nation's federal judges yesterday implored Congress to look beyond debates over judicial vacancies long enough to increase the number of judgeships by 54.

05/30/2002
Death Tax: It's about values
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Death Tax: It's about values

BY Paul Beckner

Have you ever heard an actual economic argument made for keeping the Death Tax? No one claims that by diverting resources from productive investments into tax shelters the Death Tax spurs economic growth and job creation. No one claims that forcing a family to sell a farm or a business to pay off the Death Tax helps create wealth.

05/30/2002
Environmentalists Drive 'Gas Guzzler' From Protest Site
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Press Release

Environmentalists Drive 'Gas Guzzler' From Protest Site

From CNSNews.com May 29, 2002 Dallas (CNSNews.com) - Anti-corporate protesters and environmentalists were charged with hypocrisy for leaving a Dallas rally against ExxonMobil Corporation in a full size passenger van. Free market counter demonstrators began chanting "SUV Alert" as the anti-corporatist protesters retreated to their Ford Econoline van.

05/29/2002
Advice Abounds On State Budget
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Advice Abounds On State Budget

BY Amy Gardner, Wade Rawlins

The General Assembly returned to Raleigh on Tuesday to mend a $ 2 billion budget hole -- and to listen to the hundreds of voices of those who think they know best how to do it. Lawmakers did little other than return to their desks and open the House and Senate for business, but outside, roughly 300 protesters crowded the sun-flooded steps of the Legislative Building to herald the legislature's return with songs, chants, placards and this warning: Don't damage state services.

05/29/2002
Support the Elected SBOE as They Protect the Children's Textbook Fund!
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Press Release

Support the Elected SBOE as They Protect the Children's Textbook Fund!

The House Select Committee on Constitutional Revision will "evaluate the public perception of the need for comprehensive revision of the Texas Constitution" specifically, the State Board of Education (SBOE) and the $20 billion Permanent School Fund (PSF). The PSF is used to purchase textbooks and with a potential $5 billion budget shortfall, legislators are salivating over the PSF and want to get their hands on it...we must support the SBOE in their effort to protect the fund. They are all that is standing between the fund and legislators who would raid the fund.

05/28/2002
Antitrust Bureaucrats Hijack Airline Industry
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Press Release

Antitrust Bureaucrats Hijack Airline Industry

As United Airlines and US Airways plunge further into debt, both airlines have little choice but to seek concessions from employees, apply for government-guaranteed loans, and potentially file for legal relief from debts through Chapter 11 bankruptcy. While the effects of September 11th on airline travel cannot be underestimated, particularly for US Airways which has a traffic hub at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, much of the airlines’ financial turmoil could have been averted had the Bush administration allowed the two airlines to merge. Instead, the Justice Department demanded concessions that would have nullified the benefits of the union and United decided to terminate the deal in July of 2001.

05/28/2002

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