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CSE Responds to Gore Medicare Rhetoric
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CSE Responds to Gore Medicare Rhetoric

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy responded to Vice President Gore’s Medicare Proposal. “Evidently, Al Gore’s definition of Medicare reform is more accounting tricks and empty promises,” said CSE Vice President of Public Affairs Marty Reiser. “The Gore plan ignores Medicare’s dire financial status by pretending that an undefined lock-box scheme will somehow secure the necessary funds that won’t even be there in the first place.” The Medicare proposals offered by Gore ranged from disingenuous to malevolent. For instance:

09/25/2000
Industry Standard Conference to Get Beyond B2B Hype
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Industry Standard Conference to Get Beyond B2B Hype

Conference to Feature Nobel Laureate in Economics, Myron Scholes, Keynote Interview with Kleiner Perkins' Ray Lane and James McNulty, Chicago Mercantile Exchange

09/25/2000
Congressional Delegation Out of High-Tech Loop
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Congressional Delegation Out of High-Tech Loop

BY Marilyn Geewax

As high-tech companies mushroom, Georgia's old economy --- largely built on peanuts, poultry and pulpwood --- is being transformed. The new foundation rests on computer bits, bytes and biotech. Though only about 4 percent of Georgians are farmers today, about 7 percent are high-tech workers, such as computer engineers and programmers. In metro Atlanta alone, roughly 10,000 tech companies employ about 220,000 people.

09/24/2000
Big Sugar
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Big Sugar

BY James McNair

Like corn in Iowa, sugar cane grows tall, thick and green as money on the tamed swampland south of Lake Okeechobee.

09/23/2000
Issue Analysis 109 - Clearing the Air: The Environmental Record in Texas
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Issue Analysis

Issue Analysis 109 - Clearing the Air: The Environmental Record in Texas

Given the dynamics of the 2000 presidential race, special interest groups, politicians, and the media have focused great attention on environmental quality in the state of Texas. Vice President Al Gore and his allies portray Texas as an environmental wasteland, and lay this alleged catastrophe squarely at the feet of Gov. George W. Bush. However, an objective look at the environment in Texas shows that, while there are unquestionably challenges remaining, the state has made significant progress over the past five years.

09/22/2000
Texas CSE Designates "Friends of the Taxpayer"
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Texas CSE Designates "Friends of the Taxpayer"

The Friend of the Taxpayer Award from Texas Citizens for a Sound Economy is a new recognition for policymakers whose efforts have contributed to protect the pocketbooks of constituents and for dedication to public service. “We want policymakers to remember that every dime government spends comes from taxpayers and consumers,” said Peggy Venable, director of Texas CSE. “We commend the efforts of the award recipients to make sure taxpayers are getting their money’s worth and that government does not make decisions consumers should be making in the marketplace.”

09/22/2000
Gore Dodges Responsibility for High Gas Prices
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Gore Dodges Responsibility for High Gas Prices

Citizens for a Sound Economy today derided Vice President Al Gore’s attempt to dodge responsibility for rising oil and gas prices.

09/21/2000
Candidates Differ on Social Security
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Candidates Differ on Social Security

BY Robert Dodge

Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush talk frequently and publicly about their divergent prescriptions for Social Security. Beyond their visions of Americans' retirement security, though, the debate underscores how the two men have prepared privately for their own financial futures. Gore, who opposes any equity investments involving Social Security, has never owned stocks. Bush, who wants the government to tap the market's higher returns, has had millions invested.

09/21/2000
Debate II: Harder Lines on Soft Money
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Debate II: Harder Lines on Soft Money

BY Erik Kriss

Rep. Rick Lazio unveiled pledges Wednesday from 13 outside groups to refrain from raising and spending controversial "soft money" to aid his U.S. Senate campaign if first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton does the same. Clinton, appearing about an hour after Lazio at an Associated Press conference in Albany, pledged to match Lazio's move "if what he's offered is compatible with what I've been asking for months."

09/21/2000
Ad Feud Dominates N.C. Gubernatorial Campaign
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Ad Feud Dominates N.C. Gubernatorial Campaign

BY James Herriott

In an election season filled with allegations of unethical behavior, Republicans seemed to have locked on a single topic in the North Carolina gubernatorial race. The latest controversy centers around a series of state-funded public service announcements created by Attorney General Mike Easley -- the Democratic nominee for governor. Former Charlotte Mayor and Republican gubernatorial nominee Richard Vinroot alleges that the ads, aimed at increasing awareness of predatory lending practices, promoted Easley's gubernatorial bid.

09/21/2000

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