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Slovakia Adopts PRAs
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Slovakia Adopts PRAs

Many of the former Soviet republics and nations of Eastern Europe are taking the notion of PRAs seriously as a way to strengthen their public pension programs. Jose Pinera, the architect of Chile's groundbreaking reform, is working to bring PRAs worldwide. American workers deserve the same security, control, and wealth-building opportunity as Slovakians. Tell Congress to get moving! Read the letter from Ľudovít Kaník, Slovakia's Minister of Labor and Social Affairs. Text of the letter follows Dear Mr. Pinera,

12/22/2003
Oregon governor has angered, soothed
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Oregon governor has angered, soothed

BY Brad Cain

The Associated Press Salem, Ore. SALEM, Ore. In his first year in office, Democratic Gov. Ted Kulongoski antagonized his labor allies with a strong push to reduce pension benefits of public employees and freeze state workers' salaries. At the same time, he worked with legislators including Republicans to crank out a budget deal and pass bills aimed at boosting the state's economy.

12/22/2003
Michigan Outrage: Gov. Granholm Passes Tax Increase
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Michigan Outrage: Gov. Granholm Passes Tax Increase

Governor Granholm succeeded in pushing through a tax increase to resolve the state budget deficit. This is first time the Governor and legislature raised a Michigan tax in more than a decade.

12/19/2003
Michigan Outrage: Gov. Granholm Passes Tax Increase
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Michigan Outrage: Gov. Granholm Passes Tax Increase

Governor Granholm succeeded in pushing through a tax increase to resolve the state budget deficit. This is first time the Governor and legislature raised a Michigan tax in more than a decade.

12/19/2003
Pappas does NPR Interview on OR tax hike
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Pappas does NPR Interview on OR tax hike

BY Pappas

Just completed a recorded interview with Oregon Public Radio, 91.9-FM KMUN, Astoria, OR on OR tax hike. It is going to be run tonight during All Things Considered on their NPR.

12/19/2003
Wisconsin Needs the Taxpayer Bill of Rights
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Wisconsin Needs the Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Special to Citizens for a Sound Economy BACKGROUNDER: THE TAXPAYER’S BILL OF RIGHTS (TABOR) WOULD:

12/18/2003
New Hampshire Action Team Pushes for Social Security Reform
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New Hampshire Action Team Pushes for Social Security Reform

DURHAM, NH: On a cold winters night, December 9th, at the University of New Hampshire, 15 old and new members of the NH CSE Action Team came together for a break out performance to call for Social Security reform.

12/18/2003
Oregon’s Tax Hike: Unnecessary and a Bad Idea
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Oregon’s Tax Hike: Unnecessary and a Bad Idea

Excutive Summary On February 3rd Oregon’s voters will decide whether to pay $1.1 billion more in taxes. According to the State of Oregon’s Legislative Fiscal Office, the total adopted budget for the 2003-05 biennium is $37.081 billion, a 7.2 percent increase over the 2001-03 budget of $34.605 billion. That is an increase of $2.476 billion, despite talk of the budget being cut to the bone. Click here to download the full report

12/17/2003
State Economies Can Benefit from Broadband Deployment
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State Economies Can Benefit from Broadband Deployment

Executive Summary The introduction of broadband holds great economic promise, not just for the companies providing broadband services, but for the businesses and consumers who rely on the service. Two recent studies suggest that full broadband deployment would generate roughly 1.2 million jobs throughout the nation--or more than twice the number of jobs lost in the telecommunications sector. These are estimates of net new job creation. Download the full study (.pdf)

12/17/2003
CSE Report: Tax Hike Would Cost Oregon Jobs and Hurt Economic Growth
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CSE Report: Tax Hike Would Cost Oregon Jobs and Hurt Economic Growth

A report released by Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) today, reveals that the $1.1 billion tax hike in Ballot Measure 30 would hurt Oregon businesses and families and would have a negative impact on jobs and the economy. Click here to download the full report (.pdf) The report entitled “Oregon’s Tax Hike: Unnecessary and a Bad Idea” shows how excessive spending, not lack of revenue, has caused the state’s budget woes and highlights real money-saving alternatives to tax increases.

12/17/2003

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