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Capitol Comment 286 - Total Maximum Daily Loads: EPA’s Sleight of Hand
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Capitol Comment 286 - Total Maximum Daily Loads: EPA’s Sleight of Hand

On July 11, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a rule finalizing major revisions to the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) program, a long-dormant section of the Clean Water Act. The new rule applies to an estimated 20,000 water bodies throughout the United States, which, it is claimed, fail to meet water quality standards. The new TMDL rule represents perhaps the largest expansion of EPA’s regulatory authority America has ever seen. Virtually all land use in the United States could fall under the scope of a regulation of which most Americans have never heard.

07/27/2000
Civil Justice Reform Pledge for Federal Candidates
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Civil Justice Reform Pledge for Federal Candidates

Citizens For A Sound Economy Commitment to Reforming America's System of Civil Justice - Federal Pledge If you are candidate for U.S. House or U.S. Senate and are committed to Civil Justice Reform, please read and sign the following pledge and return to Florida CSE via fax at (561) 266-7381 or mail at P.O. Box 1090, Delray Beach, Florida 33447 1) Whereas: Under America's current legal system teachers are afraid to maintain discipline in school for fear of lawsuits.

07/27/2000
N.C. late getting refunds to about 100,000 taxpayers
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N.C. late getting refunds to about 100,000 taxpayers

BY Amy Gardner

Three months after this year's tax-filing deadline, North Carolina still owes 101,000 taxpayers about $ 43 million in income tax refunds and is piling up millions of dollars in interest on late payments. So far, the state has paid $ 12.8 million in interest this year, and officials now estimate that the total will exceed $ 15 million, $ 5 million more than last year.

07/27/2000
Federal Sugar Subsidy a Relic of Depression-Era Politics
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Federal Sugar Subsidy a Relic of Depression-Era Politics

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) used the occasion of a today’s hearing in the Senate Agriculture Committee to remind Americans that the demise of the federal sugar subsidy is long overdue.

07/26/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: School Choice
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Activist Handbook 2000: School Choice

School Choice Why CSE Cares The Issue:

07/26/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Lawsuit Abuse
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Activist Handbook 2000: Lawsuit Abuse

Ending Lawsuit Abuse Why CSE Cares The Issue:

07/26/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Personal Retirement Accounts
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Activist Handbook 2000: Personal Retirement Accounts

Personal Retirement Accounts Why CSE Cares There are twin crises facing the Social Security system, and our national political leaders cannot hide from this reality: The first crisis is financial. If nothing is done, the system will begin running cash deficits in just 15 years and will need to be bailed out with $11.3 trillion worth of new income taxes or government borrowing to pay its bills. The program’s long-term liabilities are a whopping $22 trillion - six times today’s national debt.

07/26/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Medicare and Prescription Drugs
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Activist Handbook 2000: Medicare and Prescription Drugs

Medicare Reform and Prescription Drugs Why CSE Cares The Issue: CSE believes that health care services are products that are best allocated through the decisions of individuals in the private marketplace. Health care services are, at times, critically important, and a market-based system offers the best chance to expand choices and control costs: government control of health care is typically inequitable, inefficient and irrational. Medicare, which provides health care to America’s elderly and disabled, is a case in point. The Problem:

07/26/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Gasoline Tax and Global Warming
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Activist Handbook 2000: Gasoline Tax and Global Warming

The Clinton-Gore Administration’s Anti-Consumer Energy Policy Why CSE Cares The Issue: Gasoline prices have risen 50 cents to 60 cents per gallon over the past six months, and in some areas costs more than $2.00 per gallon. The surging price of gasoline has highlighted America’s increasing dependence on foreign oil. In 1974, net imports of crude oil supplied about 35% of our gas needs. Imports now supply more than 55% of U.S. petroleum consumption, the highest ever.

07/26/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Technology Policy
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Activist Handbook 2000: Technology Policy

Technology Policy Why CSE Cares High technology promises to give Americans better and faster products and services, yet government seems to limit innovation at every turn. Whether through taxation, regulation or litigation, government just can’t keep its hands off of high technology. Across the nation, federal, state, and local governments seem bent on stunting the development of telecommunications, software and computer hardware. Governments strangle technology development for several reasons:

07/26/2000

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