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Message of the Day
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Message of the Day

A Lawsuit a Day Keeps Innovation at Bay CSE has attended more than 150 presidential campaign events in Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina. Our staff and activists have directly asked the candidates more than 200 questions. We know voters are passionate about the need to end lawsuit abuse and have appreciated the willingness of candidates to answer specific questions.

02/18/2000
"I couldn't agree more ..."
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"I couldn't agree more ..."

Kent, Hi, this is Richard Burr. I enjoyed reading today's "tech bytes" on the CSE homepage. Believe me, I couldn't agree with you more about reforming the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Congress actually removed merger review authority from the FCC in the 1996 Telecommunications Act but amazingly, they have ignored the law and chosen to create new definitions of "public interest."

02/18/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Get the FCC out of the Merger Review Process
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Get the FCC out of the Merger Review Process

This week it was widely reported that there is a growing feud between Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The issue: The role of the FCC in the review of mergers between firms in the communications marketplace.

02/18/2000
Message of the Day
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Message of the Day

SAVE OUR SCHOOLS FROM LAWSUIT ABUSE CSE has attended over 150 presidential campaign events in Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina. Our staff and activists have directly asked the candidates more than 200 questions. We know voters are passionate about the need to end lawsuit abuse and have appreciated the willingness of candidates to answer specific questions. Lawsuit abuse is not just about trial lawyers getting rich, although that is certainly happening. In Texas, 5 trial lawyers received an astonishing $3.3 billion for their work on the Tobacco lawsuit.

02/17/2000
Candidates Use Different Strategies to Push Issues
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Candidates Use Different Strategies to Push Issues

CSE candidate tracking yields insight into differing approaches

02/17/2000
Citizens for a Sound EconomyFebruary 16, 2000Don't Penalize Seniors Who Want To Work
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Citizens for a Sound EconomyFebruary 16, 2000Don't Penalize Seniors Who Want To Work

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) congratulated the Congress for pledging to repeal the Social Security earnings limit on our nation's seniors. Liz Tobias, Director of Tax & Budget Policy, made the following statement: "America's seniors are living longer and healthier lives. Many of them want to work in their golden years, but Uncle Sam is standing in the way with a tax barrier. This is crazy.

02/16/2000
Government Regulation Widens Digital Divide
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Government Regulation Widens Digital Divide

CSE has attended more than 150 presidential campaign events in Iowa, New Hampshire, Michigan and South Carolina. Our staff and activists have directly asked the candidates more than 200 questions. We know voters are passionate about technology issues and have appreciated willingness of candidates to answer specific questions. Presidential candidates need to tell voters how they plan to break down obsolete government barriers and unleash the full potential of the high-tech economy for consumers.

02/16/2000
Taking the State By Storm
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Taking the State By Storm

Since its founding in March 1999, Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy (WA CSE) has mobilized thousands of grassroots activists statewide. We’ve nearly doubled our membership from 7,800 to almost 14,000 in just one year. WA CSE activists are committed to free market solutions to public policy problems. They have rallied to bring common sense to the National Marine and Fishery Service (NFMS) salmon recovery plan and have attended townhall meetings to express their views on the controversial I-695.

02/16/2000
Bloated Budgets Don’t Equal Environmental Progress
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Bloated Budgets Don’t Equal Environmental Progress

By almost any measure, Americans have made dramatic improvements in environmental stewardship. The Clinton-Gore administration has been one of the loudest celebrants of this record. Vice President Gore proudly states that “our air and water are cleaner and healthier than they have been in decades.” According to the White House, Americans have “the cleanest environment in a quarter century.” The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proclaims that “citizens across the nation are breathing cleaner air, are drinking cleaner water, and have less exposure to dangerous toxic compounds than they did 25 years ago.”

02/15/2000
Bloated Budgets Don’t Equal Environmental Progress
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Bloated Budgets Don’t Equal Environmental Progress

By almost any measure, Americans have made dramatic improvements in environmental stewardship. The Clinton-Gore administration has been one of the loudest celebrants of this record. Vice President Gore proudly states that “our air and water are cleaner and healthier than they have been in decades.” According to the White House, Americans have “the cleanest environment in a quarter century.” The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proclaims that “citizens across the nation are breathing cleaner air, are drinking cleaner water, and have less exposure to dangerous toxic compounds than they did 25 years ago.”

02/15/2000

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