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CSE Death Tax Campaign Highlights
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CSE Death Tax Campaign Highlights

Washington, DC – Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) kicked off a nationwide campaign to permanently repeal the “Death Tax.” Specifically, CSE targeted three undecided Democratic senators, Bill Nelson (FL), Ron Wyden (OR) and Patty Murray (Wa), none of whom were up for re-election. On voting day, Senators Nelson and Wyden both voted for full and permanent repeal. Throughout the campaign to eliminate this unfair and un-American tax, CSE activated its membership to lobby their senators with phone calls, emails, letters, and office visits, to kill the Death Tax once and for all.

06/13/2002
Let McGreevey Know Where You Stand on Taxes!
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Let McGreevey Know Where You Stand on Taxes!

As Governor McGreevey breaks his campaign promises and seeks to fix the state’s budget shortfall by increasing taxes, it is important that he knows that the people of New Jersey do not support his actions. CSE invites you to join us on Thursday, June 20, 2002 at 1 PM on the steps of the Trenton capitol building to rally against the governor’s tax increases, especially his quiet attempt to increase the cigarette tax by an astounding 50 cents per pack.

06/13/2002
Senate Votes on Repeal on the Death Tax
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Senate Votes on Repeal on the Death Tax

Here is a list of how individual Senators voted in the 54-44 roll call by which the Senate rejected permanent repeal of the estate tax. A 60-vote majority was required for passage. On this vote, a "yes" vote was a vote in favor of permanent repeal and a "no" vote was a vote against it. Voting "yes" were 9 Democrats and 45 Republicans. Voting "no" were 41 Democrats, 2 Republicans and 1 independent. Democrats Yes Baucus, Mont.; Bayh, Ind.; Cleland, Ga.; Landrieu, La.; Lincoln, Ark.; Miller, Ga.; Nelson, Fla.; Nelson, Neb.; Wyden, Ore.

06/12/2002
New Jersey Assocation of Realtors Joins Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition
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New Jersey Assocation of Realtors Joins Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition

The Coalition for Auto Insurance Competition today announced that the New Jersey Association of REALTORS(R), a non-profit association representing the professionals needs of approximately 36,000 REALTORS(R) in the state, has joined the Coalition in the effort to reform New Jersey's auto insurance laws to spur consumer choice and market competition.

06/12/2002
Senate Leader, in Surprise Move, Opens Debate on Estate Tax Repeal
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Senate Leader, in Surprise Move, Opens Debate on Estate Tax Repeal

BY Carl Hulse

The majority leader Tom Daschle abruptly opened Senate debate today on a Republican plan to repeal the estate tax permanently, complicating lobbying efforts by those on both sides of the issue. With just a few hours notice, the Democratic leadership initiated debate on a proposal to rescind the tax as of 2010. Under tax cuts adopted last year, the value of assets exempted from the tax would be gradually increased until 2010, and then the tax would be eliminated for one year before it returned to 2001 levels.

06/12/2002
Friends of the Taxpayer
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Friends of the Taxpayer

Thank you for signing our Pledge and voting against The Appropriations Act of 2001, a vote for the taxpayer!

06/11/2002
The Whole Government Needs Restructuring
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The Whole Government Needs Restructuring

“What I am proposing tonight is the most extensive reorganization of the federal government since the 1940s … The reason to create this department is not to increase the size of government, but to increase its focus and effectiveness.” President George W. Bush

06/11/2002
Highlights From NC CSE Day 2002
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Highlights From NC CSE Day 2002

< table width="32%" border="0" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="3" height="405" align="left"> Over 500 activists from all over North Carolina came to Raleigh to rally for lower taxes and less government. < p><

06/11/2002
Legislating Trust
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Legislating Trust

If, as Senator Phil Gramm (R-Tex.) has said, the Enron scandal is no longer a “feeding frenzy” that impels legislative action, perhaps the spate of scandals that have emerged since Enron’s collapse – Global Crossing, Tyco, Adelphia Communications, CMS Energy, Williams, WorldCom, Reliant – will cause enough turmoil in the financial markets to cause Congress to act. After all, everyday the market continues to underperform is another day the baby boomers must put off retirement. And as the oldest of the “me” generation approach 60, the political impetus for political solutions to the equity decline will be palpable.

06/11/2002
Spending Moves Forward While Tax Cuts Languish
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Spending Moves Forward While Tax Cuts Languish

As the number of days in the legislative calendar dwindle, the priorities of Congress become more apparent. Not surprisingly, efforts to boost spending are far more prominent than attempts to lower taxes. While the long-term survival of President Bush’s tax cuts remains in question, the Senate has approved an emergency supplemental spending bill for 2002 of $31.5 billion—almost $5 billion more than the administration had requested. The difference is largely highway spending and other pork related items. Despite highly publicized hand wringing over the return to deficit spending, Congress is a creature of habit; tax cuts have fallen by the wayside as politicians push spending levels ever higher.

06/11/2002

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