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Pledge to Protect Private Property Rights
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Pledge to Protect Private Property Rights

Private Property rights for all citizens are guaranteed under the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution. I will therefore vote to repeal any current regulations and vote against any future regulations that take private property without just compensation. Signed: _________________________ Print Name: _______________________ District: __________________ (House/Senate) Date: __________________

03/08/2002
Pledge to the Taxpayers of North Carolina
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Pledge to the Taxpayers of North Carolina

As North Carolina encounters spending and budget challenges, including potential increases in indebtedness, it is important to show a strong commitment to the hard-working families and taxpayers of our state. I will therefore vote against any tax increase and pledge to keep the burden of taxation in North Carolina no higher than its present level through the year 2003-2004. Signed: ____________________________

03/08/2002
Letter to All Candidates for the NC General Assembly
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Letter to All Candidates for the NC General Assembly

Dear Candidate: During the last two legislative sessions, hundreds of CSE activists have worked in their local communities and have traveled to Raleigh to ask their legislators for less taxation, less regulation, and less interference in the free market. The General Assembly will face even greater spending and budget challenges in the next session. Therefore, we are asking that you sign our “No New Tax” pledge for the 2003-2004 sessions of the General Assembly.

03/08/2002
Letter to Washington State Legislators
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Letter to Washington State Legislators

Dear Legislators, As you are well aware, an unexpected spike in the cost of medical care poses a direct threat to future state budgets. This year’s $1.2 billion budget shortfall could look paltry in comparison to future deficits if out-of-control health spending is not addressed. I write on behalf of nearly 300,000 members and supporters of Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation (CSE Foundation) to urge you to address Medicaid costs and balance the state budget through comprehensive reform, not piecemeal price caps and regulations.

03/07/2002
Steel Never Sleeps
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Steel Never Sleeps

In what is perhaps one of the most important economic decisions of his administration, President Bush is moving forward with a plan to impose a 30 percent tariff on imported steel. While this protectionist measure will be welcomed by the steel industry, consumers should be wary. Higher steel prices translate into higher prices for a wide array of consumer products, from automobiles to appliances to housing. Worse, it is not evident that higher tariffs will help the steel industry; taxpayers may be the next target as steelmakers seek greater subsidies and benefits from the federal government.

03/05/2002
Will Politicians Act Now to Save Social Security?
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Will Politicians Act Now to Save Social Security?

You may not realize it, but America has been living paycheck-to-paycheck. Our largest government program, Social Security, is a “pay-as-you-go” retirement plan where current workers’ taxes pay the benefits for current retirees. This arrangement is sustainable, as long as there are ever more workers than retirees. But what happens if there aren’t enough workers to pay the Social Security bill?

03/05/2002
RUSSIA'S FLAT TAX REFORM
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RUSSIA'S FLAT TAX REFORM

From DALLAS MORNING NEWS This year Americans will pay accountants and attorneys $140 billion to do their taxes and help them navigate the 46,000-page U.S. Tax Code. Too bad, observers say, this isn't Russia.

03/04/2002
Media Bias on Campaign Finance
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Media Bias on Campaign Finance

The Senate’s reaction to two seemingly unrelated bills recently passed by the House of Representatives has crystallized the political class’s psychological confliction over campaign finance reform. One, identified as Shays-Meehan after its sponsors, would cap contributions to the national Democratic and Republican parties made by corporations, unions, and wealthy individuals. The other, dubbed Tauzin-Dingell after its sponsors, would deregulate the broadband Internet offerings of incumbent local phone companies.

03/04/2002
Steel Trap
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Steel Trap

ABSTRACT FROM CATO

03/01/2002
North Carolina CSE Activists Hold Town Hall Meeting With Representative Robin Hayes
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North Carolina CSE Activists Hold Town Hall Meeting With Representative Robin Hayes

Laurinburg, NC – In conjunction with Concerned Citizens of Scotland County, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) held an open forum with Representative Robin Hayes to discuss local economic issues. More than 200 area residents attended the event. Congressman Hayes spoke on important topics; job creation in the area, the Economic Stimulus Package, and taxes that affect the local community.

02/28/2002

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