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Unmasking the Regulators
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Unmasking the Regulators

BY Susan E Dudley

Volume 26; Issue 2; ISSN: 01470590 THE REGULATORS: Anonymous Power Brokers in American Politics by Chicly Skrzycki 256 pp., Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield

07/01/2003
Damage Caps to Begin, but Issues Remain
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Damage Caps to Begin, but Issues Remain

From the Charleston Daily Mail June 30, 2003, Monday Copyright 2003 Charleston Newspapers West Virginia's answer to medical malpractice goes into effect on Tuesday and observers say the new law won't end the debate over liability issues and how much compensation should be expected to right a wrong. The law is one of six effective this week and it caps the amount of damages a person can receive. It also establishes new burden of proof for plaintiffs and makes changes involving liability and the calculation of damages.

06/30/2003
Florida Governor Makes the Grade
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Florida Governor Makes the Grade

Florida schools all received new grades in the recent statewide report card, but it is Governor Jeb Bush that should get the high marks for his policy leadership. Governor Bush is not only at the head of his class in education-- he also deserves A’s for fiscal management and medical malpractice reform, and the sunshine state definitely makes the honor roll with a balanced budget and no tax increases. Indeed, tax happy governors like Alabama’s Governor Bob Riley and California’s Governor Gray Davis should ask to borrow Jeb Bush’s study notes.

06/30/2003
Joyce Krawiec is the June Minuteman of the Month
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Joyce Krawiec is the June Minuteman of the Month

June’s Minuteman of the Month is Joyce Krawiec from Kernersville, North Carolina. Joyce has been an active member of CSE in North Carolina for several years, leading the fight for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom in her community and across the state. Last year, Joyce was the recipient of North Carolina CSE’s Activist of the Year award for all of her hard work, and this year she has furthered her efforts to advance CSE’s Freedom Agenda.

06/30/2003
Media Advisory: Alabama Radio Interview Availability
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Media Advisory: Alabama Radio Interview Availability

Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy (AL CSE) is mobilizing its 7,000 members to fight the largest tax increase in state history. CSE staff and volunteer activists are working in Washington, D.C. and on the ground in Alabama to organize grassroots opposition to the tax increase, which is before voters on September 9th. The following CSE staff experts and AL CSE volunteer activists are available for talk radio interviews on the specific policy implications of the tax increase referendum, as well the grassroots strategy to defeat it:

06/30/2003
CSE Calls for Repeal of New York City Rent Controls
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CSE Calls for Repeal of New York City Rent Controls

Earlier this month, the New York state legislature extended rent controls in New York City, continuing to set prices well below-market on many NYC apartments. The extension occurred only after an acrimonious political debate that included the NY City Council paying to send busloads of pro-rent control protestors to Albany.

06/30/2003
Sebelius' budget team has Koch help
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Sebelius' budget team has Koch help

BY STEVE PAINTER

Seeking to fulfill her pledge to streamline government, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is getting an assist from Wichita's Koch Industries, whose corporate philosophy emphasizes limited government and free enterprise. Art Hall, a Koch economist, is leading the review that Sebelius told voters would yield hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for taxpayers. Hall and about 60 others churned out ideas in a frenzy of brainstorming after Sebelius won the election.

06/29/2003
Sebelius' budget team has Koch help
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Sebelius' budget team has Koch help

BY STEVE PAINTER

Seeking to fulfill her pledge to streamline government, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius is getting an assist from Wichita's Koch Industries, whose corporate philosophy emphasizes limited government and free enterprise. Art Hall, a Koch economist, is leading the review that Sebelius told voters would yield hundreds of millions of dollars in savings for taxpayers. Hall and about 60 others churned out ideas in a frenzy of brainstorming after Sebelius won the election.

06/29/2003
PERS Deal Blends Elements of 401(k), Standard Pension
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PERS Deal Blends Elements of 401(k), Standard Pension

BY James Mayer

SALEM Summary: State lawmakers compromise on a plan for new hires that would be the last part of an overhaul of the public retirement system. After months of touchy negotiations, lawmakers announced a compromise Thursday that would create a less expensive public employee pension plan for new hires. It's considered one of the most critical elements to reforming Oregon's Public Employees Retirement System, which had been roughly $17 billion short of meeting its financial commitments for the next 25 years.

06/27/2003
PERS DEAL BLENDS ELEMENTS OF 401(K), STANDARD PENSION
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PERS DEAL BLENDS ELEMENTS OF 401(K), STANDARD PENSION

BY JAMES MAYER

Summary: State lawmakers compromise on a plan for new hires that would be the last part of an overhaul of the public retirement system After months of touchy negotiations, lawmakers announced a compromise Thursday that would create a less expensive public employee pension plan for new hires. It's considered one of the most critical elements to reforming Oregon's Public Employees Retirement System, which had been roughly $17 billion short of meeting its financial commitments for the next 25 years.

06/27/2003

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