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CSE urges FTC and FCC to approve AOL/Time Warner merger
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CSE urges FTC and FCC to approve AOL/Time Warner merger

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy in a letter signed by CSE and four other four free-market groups urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to approve the pending AOL/Time Warner merger. “For months now, the FCC and FTC have held up this merger,” said CSE Director of Technology and Communications Policy Erick Gustafson. “This discourages investment, and results in fewer choices in the broadband market.”

09/14/2000
Letter to FCC and FTC
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Letter to FCC and FTC

September 14, 2000 The Honorable William Kennard Chairman Federal Communications Commisison Washington, DC 20554 The Honorable Robert Pitofsky Chairman Federal Trade Commission Washington, DC 20580 Dear Chairman Kennard and Chairman Pitofsky:

09/14/2000
Is Gore Guilty of Another Campaign Finance Scandal?
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Is Gore Guilty of Another Campaign Finance Scandal?

The New York Times, The Washington Post and Time Magazine have reported that a new investigation surrounding an Al Gore campaign finance scandal has been launched by the Justice Department’s campaign-finance task force. The investigation stems from a 1995 veto of a tort reform bill by the Clinton-Gore administration in which it is alleged that Gore and the Democratic National Committee solicited $100,000 from a wealthy Texas trial lawyer in return for ensuring the legislation would be vetoed.

09/14/2000
CSE Activists Meet with NC’s Deputy Attorney General
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CSE Activists Meet with NC’s Deputy Attorney General

“I see a problem with the increasing intrusiveness of government into all parts of our lives.” - Jeannette Brooks, CSE Activist and Visitor to Attorney General’s office

09/14/2000
Tech Bytes – Tid Bits in Tech News: Government's Fair Information Practices Don't Measure Up
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Tech Bytes – Tid Bits in Tech News: Government's Fair Information Practices Don't Measure Up

Earlier this week, the General Accounting Office (GAO), the non-partisan, investigative arm of Congress, released a report on government Web site policies and Internet privacy. It found that the federal government has done an abysmal job of living up to the privacy standards it sets for the private sector.

09/14/2000
Bush plan emphasizes innovative, local solutions; promotes responsible management of resources
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Bush plan emphasizes innovative, local solutions; promotes responsible management of resources

Washington State Citizens for a Sound Economy today applauded Texas Gov. George W. Bush for advocating creative new approaches to environmental stewardship. “The commitment of Governor Bush to property rights and local leadership in addressing environmental challenges is exciting,” said Washington CSE Director Gary Strannigan. “We’ve argued from the beginning that if salmon are, in fact, endangered—the solution should come from us, not from Washington, DC. Today, the governor showed us he understands something about the Pacific Northwest and its unique ecology.”

09/13/2000
Sample Constituent Letter to Senator Murray for S.353
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Sample Constituent Letter to Senator Murray for S.353

Date:_____________ The Honorable Patty Murray United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Murray:

09/13/2000
Empty Promises Aren’t the Medicare Prescription America’s Seniors Need
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Empty Promises Aren’t the Medicare Prescription America’s Seniors Need

For eight years seniors have waited for leadership from the Clinton-Gore administration to solve America’s Medicare and prescription drug crisis. The White House has done nothing. Worse, this administration walked away from, and the House Democrats walked out on, bipartisan efforts to strengthen Medicare and provide prescription drug coverage options for seniors, much like the benefits enjoyed by members of Congress and all federal employees.

09/13/2000
Bush plan emphasizes innovative, local solutions; promotes responsible management of resources
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Bush plan emphasizes innovative, local solutions; promotes responsible management of resources

Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy today applauded Texas Gov. George W. Bush for advocating creative new approaches to environmental stewardship. “The commitment of Governor Bush to property rights and local leadership in addressing environmental challenges is exciting,” said Washington CSE Director Gary Strannigan. “We’ve argued from the beginning that if salmon are, in fact, endangered—the solution should come from us, not from Washington, DC. Today, the governor showed us he understands something about the Pacific Northwest and its unique ecology.”

09/13/2000
Tort reform works
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Tort reform works

BY PEGGY VENABLE

Ken Hoagland's Aug. 31 column about the Firestone tragedy was right on target: tort reform has proven to be a boon, not a bust, for all Texans ("Tort reform won't stop Firestone lawsuits") . A recent study conducted for Citizens for a Sound Economy by Ray Perryman reveals the success and benefits of 1995 tort reforms. The study estimates that because of tort reform, annual personal income has increased by more than $7 billion, retail sales have grown by almost $3 billion and 197,000 permanent jobs have been created.

09/13/2000

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