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Will Students Get it “Wright” If Asked Who Invented Flight?
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Will Students Get it “Wright” If Asked Who Invented Flight?

An Anniversary That Could Have Be Forgotten… 100 years ago two brothers from Dayton, Ohio, challenged conventional wisdom and reached for the sky. They put their skills as bicycle mechanics to use attempting to fly. They changed the way we look at our world and remind us that acting on a dream can open a galaxy of opportunity. Thanks to them, what was 100 years ago an incredulous thought -- man flying -- is now commonplace and almost taken so for granted.

07/27/2003
North Carolina: CSE Tax Forum Broadcast on Radio
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North Carolina: CSE Tax Forum Broadcast on Radio

The Cape Chapter of North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy held a Budget and Tax Forum on Wednesday evening in Wilmington at the Northeast Library at Landfall. The forum was broadcast live on WAAV Radio from 5:00- 7:00 pm. The forum panel included a city council member, a county commissioner, CSE activists, and othe community leaders who discussed local tax issues facing the city of Wilmington and New Hanover County. This forum was a joint effort between CSE and WAAV radio to give listeners a chance to call into the live broadcast to ask questions and make comments.

07/27/2003
FREE-MARKET CONSERVATIVES AIM TO BE HEARD
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FREE-MARKET CONSERVATIVES AIM TO BE HEARD

BY ANTHONY MAN

Saturday, July 26, 2003 LOCAL John Hallman envisions a force of free-market, small-government conservatives rising from the generally liberal fields of Palm Beach County. "We want to become a voice as big as some of the groups on the left are, [such as] environmental groups that drive public policy through a large membership and making their voices heard," he said. Hallman's a long way from that goal, but months of organizing on behalf of Citizens for a Sound Economy have brought some success. The last local meeting attracted 40 people.

07/26/2003
Oregon: Battle Against "Borrow and Spend"
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Oregon: Battle Against "Borrow and Spend"

When they’re not raising taxes, too often big-spending politicians are trying to sock future taxpayers with the tab for big increases in government borrowing. Last week, quick work by Oregon CSE helped derail a new borrowing plan that would have destabilized state finances.

07/24/2003
A New Charge Against Fraud and Waste
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A New Charge Against Fraud and Waste

With government spending up to $2.2 trillion a year, there’s more room than ever for waste, fraud, and abuse. Three cheers, then, for Representative Jim Nussle, who as Chairman of the House Budget Committee has launched a war to expose the rotten or unnecessary parts of the federal government.

07/24/2003
Nevada Supreme Court Adds to Budget Chaos
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Nevada Supreme Court Adds to Budget Chaos

In one of the most stunning decisions in the state’s history, the Nevada Supreme Court last week circumvented the state’s constitution and ruled that the state legislature needs only a simple majority vote to raise taxes in the state. The decision was a result of Gov. Kenny Guinn’s lawsuit against state lawmakers following the absence of a state budget to fund public schools by the July 1 deadline.

07/24/2003
Nevada Supreme Court Adds to Budget Chaos
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Nevada Supreme Court Adds to Budget Chaos

In one of the most stunning decisions in the state’s history, the Nevada Supreme Court last week circumvented the state’s constitution and ruled that the state legislature needs only a simple majority vote to raise taxes in the state. The decision was a result of Gov. Kenny Guinn’s lawsuit against state lawmakers following the absence of a state budget to fund public schools by the July 1 deadline.

07/24/2003
CSE Defeats Sales Tax but Others Still Loom
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CSE Defeats Sales Tax but Others Still Loom

Thanks to an all-out effort by Oregon CSE activists last week, a sales tax proposal was successfully killed for this session. Activists called, wrote, and emailed state legislators, in addition to testifying at open hearings to express their opposition to the sales tax. This is a great victory for all Oregonians and everyone at CSE would like to thank all those activists that participated in the effort. But our work is far from over.

07/24/2003
CSE Defeats Sales Tax but Others Still Loom
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CSE Defeats Sales Tax but Others Still Loom

Thanks to an all-out effort by Oregon CSE activists last week, a sales tax proposal was successfully killed for this session. Activists called, wrote, and emailed state legislators, in addition to testifying at open hearings to express their opposition to the sales tax. This is a great victory for all Oregonians and everyone at CSE would like to thank all those activists that participated in the effort. But our work is far from over.

07/24/2003
CSE Urges YES Vote on the Davis School Choice Amendment to DC Approps
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CSE Urges YES Vote on the Davis School Choice Amendment to DC Approps

July 24, 2003 Dear Representative: On behalf of the 280,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote YES on the Davis/Frelinghuysen/Boehner Amendment to the DC appropriations bill H.R. 2765, which will enact the program created by H.R. 2556, the “DC Parental Choice Incentive Act of 2003.”

07/24/2003

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