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Kemp Applauds Greenspan's Message to Congress
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Kemp Applauds Greenspan's Message to Congress

Shortly after testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, Empower America co-director Jack Kemp made the following statement: "Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan just made lower marginal income tax rates and a lower capital gains tax rate politically feasible and an economic imperative. A bipartisan coalition to cut tax rates significantly across the board is now inevitable.

01/25/2001
Kemp Applauds Greenspan's Message to Congress
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Kemp Applauds Greenspan's Message to Congress

Shortly after testimony by Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, Empower America co-director Jack Kemp made the following statement: "Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan just made lower marginal income tax rates and a lower capital gains tax rate politically feasible and an economic imperative. A bipartisan coalition to cut tax rates significantly across the board is now inevitable.

01/25/2001
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Telecom Consumers Have Reasons to be Encouraged
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Telecom Consumers Have Reasons to be Encouraged

Two announcements made on Monday signal that the old world of heavy-handed government regulation of American telecommunications might be coming to an end. The Bush administration formally appointed Michael Powell as the new Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Shortly thereafter, the FCC announced that it had approved SBC’s 271 (long-distance) applications in both Oklahoma and Kansas.

01/24/2001
Today's Headlines
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"WHY GORE LOST" FORUM - 9:30 A.M. - The Democratic Leadership Council presents a forum, "Why Gore Lost and What's Next for Democrats." Location: First Amendment Lounge, National Press Club, 14th and F streets NW. Contact: 202/546-0007.

01/24/2001
Reengineering Social Security in
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Reengineering Social Security in

The United States is currently undergoing profound social, demographic, and economic changes, shifting from an industrial base to a new information economy, at the same time that life expectancies are increasing and the baby-boom generation is nearing retirement. Given these changes, it is more important than ever to reengineer Social Security, adapting it to this new reality.

01/23/2001
CSE Applauds Bush Education Initiative
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CSE Applauds Bush Education Initiative

WASHINGTON-Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy praised the content of President Bush’s first “official” proposal. The President’s education initiative took a huge step in the right direction by making the educational needs of America’s children its top consideration. CSE was particularly pleased that the final proposal included a school choice program that will allow the parents of poor students in failing schools to apply the federal aid their schools receive-about $1500 a year-to tuition for private schools or better-performing public schools.

01/23/2001
Independent Women's Forum Names a New President
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Independent Women's Forum Names a New President

The Independent Women's Forum (IWF) is proud to announce that Nancy Mitchell Pfotenhauer has been named President and Chief Executive Officer of the IWF, beginning in March 2001. Pfotenhauer brings valuable professional and public policy experience to IWF, and is a veteran media commentator and former television talk show host. A member of IWF's Board of Directors, she previously served as a Board Member and as Executive Vice President for Policy of Citizens for a Sound Economy. Most recently she has been Director of the Washington office of Koch Industries, a diversified energy company with operations in 44 states. Earlier in her career she worked as Chief Economist for President George Bush's Council on Competitiveness and as Economic Counsel for Senator William Armstrong (R-CO).

01/23/2001
CSE Representatives Deliver Norton Support Letters to U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Eve
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CSE Representatives Deliver Norton Support Letters to U.S. Capitol on Inauguration Eve

CSE Activists Take the Lead in Supporting Gale Norton for Secretary of the Interior. On January 6, 2001, more than 1,200 activists from Northern California and Southern Oregon gathered in Medford to support the confirmation of Secretary of the Interior nominee Gale Norton. Oregon CSE collected over 600 signed cards urging Senators Smith and Wyden to help confirm Norton.

01/22/2001
Bradley Breaks with Major Supporter; Candidate Rejects Robert Reich on Lawsuit Abuse
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Bradley Breaks with Major Supporter; Candidate Rejects Robert Reich on Lawsuit Abuse

Sen. Bill Bradley stunned the crowd in Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tuesday when he broke with a major supporter on whether the Clinton administration should pursue litigation against unpopular industries. Bradley said, “If legislation fails, you ought to have litigation.” Last week, former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich, who has endorsed Bradley, decried his former administration’s practice of suing the tobacco and gun industries.

01/19/2001
The Next Chapter in American Education
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The Next Chapter in American Education

As featured in The Hoover Digest, Winter, 2001

01/18/2001

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