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The Great Debt Retirement Fallacy
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The Great Debt Retirement Fallacy

Copley News Service, 02/25/2000 A misguided bipartisan policy consensus has congealed in Washington, D.C.: Raise tax rates to balance the budget and keep federal revenues at or near an all-time high of 20.5 percent of GDP to run budget surpluses and retire the public debt. Within the past few months, President Clinton and House Speaker Dennis Hastert have committed the Democratic and Republican parties to retiring every dollar of debt held by the public no later than the year 2015. Both parties are making a profound mistake.

02/25/2000
Tech Fact #7 - Enough Is Enough!
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Tech Fact #7 - Enough Is Enough!

What's going on here? This morning the buzz around the nation's capital is that the Department of Commerce wants to fund a new entitlement program. Enough is enough. The federal government spends enough money already - about $18,000 for every American household - there is no need to spend $50 million more on a giveaway.

02/25/2000
Issue Analysis 102 - Clinton's Bait-and-Switch FY 2001 Budget Raids Social Security and Taxpayers' Wallets
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Issue Analysis 102 - Clinton's Bait-and-Switch FY 2001 Budget Raids Social Security and Taxpayers' Wallets

Part I Squandering the Surplus, Threatening Medicare Clinton’s tax cut plan returns less than 23 percent of the $746 billion surplus back to taxpayers, leaving roughly $580 billion for the administration’s other priorities. Their plan dedicates these remaining funds for spending on new entitlement programs and for buying down publicly held debt under the guise of extending Medicare’s solvency.

02/22/2000
Capitol Comment 268 - H.R. 644: Price Controls for Seniors' Prescription Drugs
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Capitol Comment 268 - H.R. 644: Price Controls for Seniors' Prescription Drugs

House Democrats, led by Rep. Tom Allen (D-Maine), have introduced the Prescription Drug Fairness for Seniors Act of 1999 (H.R. 664). More recently, they filed a petition to force a vote on the bill. By instituting price controls through the back door, the bill inflicts rationing on seniors, forces higher medical costs on everyone else, freezes the development of new cures, and means higher taxes for us all.1

02/22/2000
Capitol Comment 267 - H.R. 1495: Kennedy-Style Tax-and-Spend Liberalism at its Finest
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Capitol Comment 267 - H.R. 1495: Kennedy-Style Tax-and-Spend Liberalism at its Finest

Congressional liberals have stepped up their campaign for a big government program to control seniors’ access to medicines. They recently filed a petition to force a vote on H. R. 1495. This bill is the house version of Sen. Ted Kennedy’s (D-Mass.) “Access to Prescription Medications in Medicare Act of 1999,” a universal entitlement program that would dramatically increase Medicare costs.1 Under the bill, also known as S. 841, Medicare would pay most of the prescription costs for all retirees through Medicare Part B (see table).

02/22/2000
Tort Reform Becomes an Issue in Presidential Campaign
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Tort Reform Becomes an Issue in Presidential Campaign

The issue of tort reform has been building momentum as a major issue in the presidential campaign. On February 9, in South Carolina, Texas Governor George W. Bush released his plan for reforming our nation's civil justice system. Meanwhile, Senator John McCain has stated on several occasions that he supports an incrimental approach to the issue. Both Bill Bradley and Al Gore have remained relatively quiet on the issue. Below is a summary of how each candidate stands: George W. Bush Gov. Bush signs a CSE activist's tort reform tee-shirt while campaigning in New Hampshire.

02/22/2000
A-4 For Washington's High-Tech Economy
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A-4 For Washington's High-Tech Economy

It is time to wipe out outdated telecommunications regulations and open the door to better networks for all parts of Washington. It is time to implement an alternative.

02/21/2000
A Lawsuit a Day Keeps Innovation at Bay
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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
Tech Fact #6 - A-4 For Washington's High-Tech Economy
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Tech Fact #6 - A-4 For Washington's High-Tech Economy

Washington consumers witness many benefits of the high-tech economy every day. However, we do not see competitive pressures on telecommunications providers to lower prices or to develop innovative new products and services. In order to realize the full potential of the high-tech economy, the underlying communications infrastructure that serves our homes, schools, medical providers, and businesses must be continually updated and improved.

02/18/2000
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

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