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Jack Kemp Applauds Congressional Efforts To Broaden and Deepen Tax Rate Reductions
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Jack Kemp Applauds Congressional Efforts To Broaden and Deepen Tax Rate Reductions

Today, Jack Kemp applauded efforts by Congressmen Pat Toomey (R-PA), John Shadegg (R-AZ), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), Paul Ryan (R-WI) and others to broaden and deepen tax rate reductions with the introduction of the Economic Recovery and Growth Act (ERGA). Kemp said, "I commend the co-sponsors of The Economic Recovery and Growth Act for their vision and their appreciation of the need for broader and deeper tax rate reductions under current circumstances.

02/07/2001
People: SEC's Public Affairs Chief Leaves for OMB
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People: SEC's Public Affairs Chief Leaves for OMB

Chris Ullman, the director of the Securities and Exchange Commission's office of public affairs for almost four years, left the SEC Monday to join the Office of Management and Budget as associate director for communications, the SEC announced yesterday. In his post at the SEC, Ullman, 37, advised chairman Arthur Levitt and senior officials on communications matters, the modernization and expansion of the commission's media outreach efforts, and how to promote the use of plain English in all written media materials.

02/07/2001
Citizens Group Praises Bush Delay of Clinton Midnight Regulation
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Citizens Group Praises Bush Delay of Clinton Midnight Regulation

Citizens for a Sound Economy today applauded President George W. Bush’s decision to delay implementation of former President Clinton’s "roadless areas rule" for two months. The new rule would have banned road building, logging, and a host of other activities on nearly 60 million acres of Forest Service land.

02/06/2001
CSE Foundation Releases Trial and Error, a New Book Chronicling the Microsoft Antitrust Case
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CSE Foundation Releases Trial and Error, a New Book Chronicling the Microsoft Antitrust Case

Microsoft, after all, is the largest and most profitable company in the leading sector of the American economy. Its products are used by hundreds of millions of people around the world. And its largest stockholder, Bill Gates, has become a symbol of the fabulous wealth generated by the revolution in information technology. What’s more, the case has touched issues that are fundamental to the way so-called New Economy firms operate.

02/05/2001
Bush Gives Education System Exactly What It Needs
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Bush Gives Education System Exactly What It Needs

As published in The Dallas Morning News, February 4, 2001 With just one issue, education, George W. Bush has set two major precedents. He is the first president to make the improvement of elementary and secondary education his highest priority. More important, he is the first president truly to appreciate the next chapter in American education and to articulate what must be done to make substantive education reform a reality.

02/04/2001
Capitol Comment 290 - Congress Must Break the Invisible Whip of Taxation
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Capitol Comment 290 - Congress Must Break the Invisible Whip of Taxation

If the tax burden on America’s workers is not reduced this year, one has to wonder if substantive tax relief will ever become a reality. For four consecutive years, the government has taken more from the wallets of the American people than it has spent on all government services combined.

02/02/2001
CSE's advice to the 107th Congress
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CSE's advice to the 107th Congress

As you depart to your respective retreats, CSE would like you to keep in mind the priority issues for its 280,000 members nationwide. The 107th Congress should provide a number of opportunities to address several key issues and we hope that this information will help you make the case for a pro-active free market, pro-consumer agenda.

01/31/2001
Tax Brief for 107th Congressional Retreat
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Tax Brief for 107th Congressional Retreat

TO: Members of the 107th Congress FROM: Paul Beckner, President, Citizens for a Sound Economy SUBJECT: Retreat Agenda

01/31/2001
Kicking Off a Season of Economic Growth
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Kicking Off a Season of Economic Growth

Copley News Service, 01/31/2001 Washington, D.C., is a funny place. It's probably the only place on Earth where a majority of people turn to the editorial page of the newspaper before they read the sports page, and they think the rest of the world does, too. But Monday, I bet even the politicians read the sports page first to see who won the Super Bowl.

01/31/2001
Texas Voters in Favor of Ashcroft
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Texas Voters in Favor of Ashcroft

BY Sarah Ovaska

Controversy over John Aschroft's nomination to become the next attorney general isn't just on Capitol Hill. The offices of Sens. Phil Gramm and Kay Bailey Hutchison have been fielding calls, letters and faxes from constituents regarding the nomination, mostly in favor of Ashcroft. Gramm's office received over 9,000 pieces of correspondence about the attorney general hearings, a normal amount for a controversial issue. Approximately 60 percent were in favor of confirmation and 40 percent were opposed.

01/31/2001

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