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SCOTUS Repeal - June 2015

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Give and Take
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Give and Take

BY Jaret Seiberg and Shanon D. Murray

Dorgan bends on airline merger billRather than see his airline merger moratorium bill defeated, Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., has agreed to exempt AMR Corp.'s acquisition of Trans World Airlines Inc. from the legislation. In a letter sent Friday to Sen. Jean Carnahan, D-Mo., Dorgan said he would accept her amendment excluding the TWA deal from the proposed two-year ban on large airline mergers.

03/27/2001
Fix the Shoreline Mess
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Fix the Shoreline Mess

BY Glenn Spencer

In 1995, the Washington legislature passed a law ordering the Department of Ecology (DOE) to revamp its 1972 shoreline management rules. The legislature would have been well served to remember the old saying "be careful what you wish for, you just might get it." By putting the vague notion of the "public interest," ahead of the fundamental principle of individual property rights, DOE has constructed a regulatory nightmare.

03/27/2001
You Can Say That Again
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You Can Say That Again

Wednesday's House Floor session drew an unusually large crowd, from white T-shirted members of the anti-tax group Citizens for a Sound Economy to sex expert Dr. Ruth Westheimer. Some CSE members in the open-air gallery got a little carried away after conservative Republicans chanted their mantra of smaller government and less taxes during a heated debate on the floor. A chorus of cheers erupted. House Speaker Tom Feeney politely warned "the guests in the gallery" not to participate in the debate. Then he left them with a civics lesson they might never forget.

03/26/2001
Collusive Behavior
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Collusive Behavior

BY Frank N. Wilner

Captive shippers frustrated with railroad market power should consider filing antitrust suits that could net them triple the amount of their proven damages, said Glenn Scammel, Republican chief counsel to the House Railroad Subcommittee. But shipper attorneys said the evidentiary burden could be too difficult and that declaring the equivalent of nuclear war against a sole supplier may not be a wise tactic.

03/26/2001
The Four Kings of Carbon
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The Four Kings of Carbon

Recently, President George W. Bush rejected the idea of regulating carbon dioxide (CO2) as a pollutant. In so doing, the President affirmed his opposition to the Kyoto Protocol, a treaty calling for CO2 reductions that could cost Americans nearly $400 billion per year, give governments at home and abroad sweeping new regulatory authority, and export jobs and industries overseas - all without providing any environmental benefit.

03/25/2001
The Four Kings of Carbon
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The Four Kings of Carbon

Recently, President George W. Bush rejected the idea of regulating carbon dioxide (CO2) as a pollutant. In so doing, the president affirmed his opposition to the Kyoto Protocol, a treaty calling for CO2 reductions that could cost Americans nearly $400 billion per year, give governments at home and abroad sweeping new regulatory authority, and export jobs and industries overseas - all without providing any environmental benefit.

03/25/2001
Clearing the Ditch of Debris
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Clearing the Ditch of Debris

BY James Miller III

Responding to President Bush's message to Congress, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle warned that it was "strikingly similar" to the one President Reagan delivered 20 years ago.

03/24/2001
Texas CSE Lone Star Activists Aim to Shoot Down Proposed Prescription Drug Price-Caps
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Press Release

Texas CSE Lone Star Activists Aim to Shoot Down Proposed Prescription Drug Price-Caps

"CSE is the only group that organizes its members and fights for issues." - CSE Day Attendee Grace Germany

03/23/2001
Pennsylvania Regulators Say Nevermind to Permanent Monopoly
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Pennsylvania Regulators Say Nevermind to Permanent Monopoly

Yesterday, state regulators in Pennsylvania voted 5-0 to abandon a proposal to structurally separate Verizon – the incumbent local telephone provider. In the process, public utility commission chairman John Quain offered a stinging rebuke to the public relations and lobbying efforts of the various parties involved in the bitterly fought campaign. It is easy to see why there may have been confusion. Everyone claimed to be on the side of competition.

03/23/2001
House Approves Voucher Plan
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House Approves Voucher Plan

BY Charles Savage

The Florida House of Representatives approved a proposal by two Miami lawmakers Thursday that would offer $3,000 vouchers for private school tuition to students attending overcrowded public schools. But two days of sound and fury about whether Republicans or Democrats care more for "the children" leading up to the 63-54 vote, mostly along party lines, signified next to nothing: Its companion bill is already all but dead in the Senate Education Committee at the hands of chairman Ken Pruitt, R-Port St. Lucie.

03/23/2001

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