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Yet Another Attack on the Economy
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Yet Another Attack on the Economy

Copley News Service, 03/06/2001 As if we haven't already had enough bad economic news, now come reports of another attack on the economy from within the Bush administration. Even as President George W. Bush stumps for his tax rate reductions, he's facing a rear-guard assault on his economic program by members of his own Cabinet: massive hikes in energy costs masquerading as environmental safeguards.

03/06/2001
For Now, Lobbyists Play by Bush's Rules
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For Now, Lobbyists Play by Bush's Rules

BY Gail Russell Chaddock

It didn't take Earl Pomeroy long to figure out that the Bush tax cut was on a fast track through the House - with big-time lobby power behind it. Phone calls and e-mails asking the North Dakota Democrat to send a big part of the surplus back to taxpayers started rolling in only hours after the president 's budget address last week. And many sounded alike, a clear sign of an organized lobbying effort.

03/06/2001
Make All Tax Reductions Retroactive
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Make All Tax Reductions Retroactive

March 5, 2001 The Honorable David Dreier Chairman Rules Committee H-312 Capitol Washington, DC 20515 Dear Mr. Chairman: I am writing to urge all members of the Rules Committee to support a Rule making in order the amendment offered by Representatives Jeff Flake and Mike Pence on H.R. 3. Their amendment would make all of the tax-rate reductions included in H.R. 3 retroactive to January 1, 2001 rather than only applying retroactivity to the new, lowest rate as provided for in the Ways and Means Committee bill.

03/05/2001
A group of conservative think tanks...
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A group of conservative think tanks...

A group of conservative think tanks last week wrote Congress panning a growing number of calls to split regional Bell operating companies into wholesale and retail units, with the wholesale companies making local loops equally available to all service providers. The groups, including the Cato Institute, the Progress & Freedom Foundation and Citizens for a Sound Economy, said they feared such a move would cause competitive local exchange carriers and the new wholesale loop companies to skimp on new infrastructure investment. The letter is available at: www.pff.org/Sep arateSubLetter022701.htm

03/05/2001
CSE Principles of Education Reform
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CSE Principles of Education Reform

“We'll use the taxpayers' money to make sure the child learns. ... We want to be concerned about the results, not about the structures.” - Rodney Paige, Secretary of Education The goal of education reform should be to provide all students with the opportunity to receive a quality education. To accomplish this goal, parents need the tools to become active participants in their child’s education, and to hold schools accountable. This can be accomplished through the following:

03/04/2001
The Economic Justification for Tax Cuts
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The Economic Justification for Tax Cuts

Copley News Service, 03/04/2001 Reporters routinely trap Republican candidates into answering the political equivalent of the question "When did you stop beating your wife?": "What's more important, saving Social Security or cutting tax rates?" The proper response is, the only way to save Social Security is to cut tax rates. Republicans get trapped because they never seem to learn the simple yet profound truth expounded by President John F. Kennedy in 1961: "It is a paradoxical truth that tax rates are too high today and tax revenues are too low."

03/03/2001
The Second Annual CSE Day at the Capitol
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The Second Annual CSE Day at the Capitol

Olympia - On February 19th, over 250 Washington CSE activists converged in Olympia for the Second Annual Washington CSE Day at the Capitol. Following the mantra of "We Want Less," Washington CSE grassroots activists encouraged legislators to support tax cuts and less government regulation.

03/02/2001
Analysis: Bush Tax Proposal
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Analysis: Bush Tax Proposal

BY Peter Roff

The rhetorical battle over George W. Bush's tax cut plan escalated Thursday morning. Groups for and against the plan held news conferences within an hour of each other on the same floor of the National Press Building in Washington, D.C.

03/02/2001
Republican Forum Aims to Educate Oregon State U. Students on Tax Cuts
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Republican Forum Aims to Educate Oregon State U. Students on Tax Cuts

BY Courtney Cross

In hopes of informing the public on president George W. Bush's tax plan, the Oregon State University College Republicans held a forum Wednesday in MU 213. Bush's tax-cut plan, which was submitted to Congress Tuesday night, is an attempt to return money to taxpayers over a period of 10 years. Russ Walker, director of the Citizens for a Sound Economy, discussed the tax cut and how he feels it would improve our economy. "America has not had a major tax cut since 1981," Walker said. "Since then we have had five major tax increases."

03/02/2001
Federal Trade Commission Confirms Price Gouging Not to Blame for High Gas Prices
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Federal Trade Commission Confirms Price Gouging Not to Blame for High Gas Prices

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) confirmed on February 26 that so-called "price gouging" by petroleum producers was not to blame for the skyrocketing gasoline prices that plagued much of the country - in particular the Midwest - last summer. In a letter to Congress, the FTC wrote that they had "uncovered no evidence of tacit or explicit collusion among market participants."

03/01/2001

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