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Rep. Tom Davis to Speak at National Rally for Tax Relief at U.S. Capitol
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Rep. Tom Davis to Speak at National Rally for Tax Relief at U.S. Capitol

News Advisory: On Monday, April 16, Americans for Tax Reform will host a "Tax Day Rally" at the House Triangle on the grounds of the United States Capitol. Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) will join representatives from dozens of groups, including Americans for Tax Reform, The Heritage Foundation, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Citizens Against Government Waste, The 60 Plus Association, and the Small Business Survival Committee, among many others, at the rally. While this rally is being held in Washington, rallies will also be held in states such as Montana, South Dakota, Pennsylvania, Florida, Maine, Ohio, Ore., and Texas, to name a few. Contact information for rally organizers in these states is available by calling Americans for Tax Reform. Who: Rep. Tom Davis and representatives from Americans for Tax Reform, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Citizens Against Government Waste, The Heritage Foundation, The 60 Plus Association, and the Small Business Survival Committee, among many others. What: The National Rally for Tax Relief When: Monday, April 16, 12 noon Where: The House Triangle at the United States Capitol Americans for Tax Reform is a non-partisan coalition of taxpayers and taxpayer groups who oppose all federal and state tax increases. For more information or to arrange an interview please contact Chad Cowan at 202-785-0266 or by email at ccowan(At)atr.org. KEYWORDS: ADVISORY, POLICY, TAXES

04/12/2001
Minority Entrepeneurs Push Tax Cut
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Minority Entrepeneurs Push Tax Cut

Copley News Service, 04/11/2001 In a week when President George W. Bush's tax cut plan suffered major setbacks in the Senate, 49 leading African-American businessmen and businesswomen, including Bob Johnson of BET, Earl Graves of Black Enterprise magazine and Alice Houston of Automotive Carrier Services, took out an ad in newspapers across America to urge Congress to repeal the "death tax." Ironically, this ad makes the case better than the president's own party has made it.

04/11/2001
Will Mike Easley Raise Taxes?
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Press Release

Will Mike Easley Raise Taxes?

The suspense is over!–Governor Easley’s Loophole Committee has spoken and the question is whether Mike Easley will raise taxes on hardworking North Carolinians has been answered. Here are the facts! Loophole closure #1 Tax live entertainment, satellite TV, and movies–TAX INCREASE! Loophole closure #2 Tax all phone calls in the state including interstate calls–TAX INCREASE! Loophole closure #3 Take away the tax credit for parents who buy health insurance for their children–TAX INCREASE!

04/11/2001
Officials want leeway to meet clean-air rules
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Officials want leeway to meet clean-air rules

BY ERIC HANSON

RICHMOND - Common sense, solid science and economic reality should all play a role in developing solutions to reduce air pollution in the Houston area. That was the consensus voiced by five members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the county judges of Fort Bend, Brazoria and Montgomery counties and others at a recent meeting concerning clean-air issues. Houston is under a federal mandate to reduce emissions by 2007.

04/11/2001
Officials want leeway to meet clean-air rules
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Officials want leeway to meet clean-air rules

BY ERIC HANSON

Common sense, solid science and economic reality should all play a role in developing solutions to reduce air pollution in the Houston area. That was the consensus voiced by five members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the county judges of Brazoria, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties and others at a recent meeting concerning clean-air issues. Houston is under a federal mandate to reduce emissions by 2007.

04/11/2001
Phone tax plan wins support
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Phone tax plan wins support

BY Lynn Bonner

A bill that would tax all telephone calls at the same 4.5 percent rate won bipartisan support in the state House on Tuesday despite protests that it would be an unfair burden on big businesses and members of rural telephone cooperatives.

04/11/2001
CSE Applauds President ForFirst Budget Submission
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CSE Applauds President ForFirst Budget Submission

President George W. Bush has submitted the first budget of his Presidency, outlining his plans for the future of our country. CSE congratulates the President on his foresight and compassion for putting forth a budget that not only struggles to limit the ever expanding size of the federal government while increasing funding for federal priorities, but also to provides much needed tax relief to taxpayers! "This budget represents exactly why the American people put President Bush in office," said CSE President Paul Beckner, President of CSE, "It combines a limited amount of increased spending, the right amount of debt reduction and finally much needed tax relief. The president’s budget will ensure long term economic growth and prosperity."

04/10/2001
Tech Bytes- Tid Bits in Tech News: Jack Valenti's Growth Engine
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Tech Bytes- Tid Bits in Tech News: Jack Valenti's Growth Engine

In Senate testimony last week, Jack Valenti, chief executive for the Motion Picture Association of America, described the entertainment industry as an "economic growth engine" that is "the envy of the known world." Threats to copyright should be rejected by the Senate, argues Valenti, because they would endanger the "economic and creative prize" that is the entertainment industry. Valenti argues that without copyright, America will "squander our creative future" as private risk capital for international ventures evaporates.

04/09/2001
OPINION: The Entertainment Industry's Cynical Copyright Crusade
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OPINION: The Entertainment Industry's Cynical Copyright Crusade

BY Jason M. Thomas

From The Phonograph To The VCR To The Internet, Greater Content Access Has Meant Greater Revenues. The Music Industry Should Get On Board By Jason M. Thomas of Citizens for a Sound Economy BridgeNews WASHINGTON--In Senate testimony last week, Jack Valenti, chief executive for the Motion Picture Association of America, described the entertainment industry as an "economic growth engine" that is "the envy of the known world."

04/09/2001
Mentoring program one solution to cutting teacher shortage
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Mentoring program one solution to cutting teacher shortage

BY Jason Embry

Liz DeLoach kept Lily Dungan from quitting her job. Dungan, a first-year teacher at Waco's Doris Miller Elementary School, wept just days into the start of school last August. She believed she could not handle the constant talking and frequent skirmishes among her fourth-grade students. But DeLoach, who has taught 11 years, assured her a little classroom chatter was not the end of the world. She reminded Dungan that teachers themselves are hardly silent during school faculty meetings.

04/09/2001

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