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5.8 Percent
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5.8 Percent

Last Friday’s news that U.S. economic output surged by 5.8 percent in the first three months of 2002 was welcomed by President Bush with guarded optimism. Although the economic rebound was greater than anticipated by many in the administration, not all of the news was good. Business investment, the key to the historic growth of the late 1990s, fell for a fifth consecutive quarter and consumer spending, which accounts for two-thirds of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), actually fell by 2.6 percent from the previous quarter.

04/30/2002
Memo to Congressional Leaders
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Memo to Congressional Leaders

Six years ago, Congress took a courageous step to phase out almost all agricultural subsidies. The Freedom to Farm Act of 1996 had the promise of:

04/30/2002
Breaux-Nickles Would Provide Life-Line to the Economy
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Breaux-Nickles Would Provide Life-Line to the Economy

Today, Senators John Breaux (D-La.) and Don Nickles (R-Okla.) introduced the “Broadband Regulatory Parity Act of 2002” to eliminate the asymmetric regulation that has penalized investment and undermined competition in the high-speed Internet, or broadband, market. Currently, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology is subjected to the same common carrier regulations as local telephone service, while cable modem service is essentially unregulated. Sens. Breaux and Nickles’ bill would level the playing field by relieving DSL providers of some of the most harmful regulations they currently face.

04/30/2002
Shake Your Money Maker – Time to Spend More!
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Shake Your Money Maker – Time to Spend More!

On Congress: The Senate this week will consider H.R. 3009, the “Andean Trade Act.” This bill represents the beginning of an extended trade debate in the Senate and would grant trade preferences to four Andean nations. As part of this international commerce debate, the Senate may also take up this week the renewal of presidential fast-track authority and health insurance subsidies.

04/29/2002
MArtin Seniors Must Like County's "Spending Spree"
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MArtin Seniors Must Like County's "Spending Spree"

BY Ray Adams

Republicans in the U.S. Congress have been labeled "tax collectors for the welfare state." Republican commissioners in Martin County should be called "tax collectors for the special interests." Realtors, developers and their allied interests want you to pay more property, sales and gas taxes to pay for golf courses, parks and roundabouts to enhance their development values.

04/29/2002
Creek County GOP Forum Set
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Creek County GOP Forum Set

BY Michael Overall

Featuring a speaker from a national conservative lobbying group, the Creek County Republican Party will host a public forum Saturday to discuss proposals to revamp Oklahoma's tax system. "The proposals have some positives and some negatives," said Erick Gustafson, director of federal and state affairs for Citizens for a Sound Economy. "We'll take a look at both sides." Gustafson will appear along with Republican state Rep. Tom Hiett and Robert Dauffenbach, director of the Center for Economic and Management Research at the University of Oklahoma.

04/27/2002
Impact Update 3.25
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Impact Update 3.25

CSE Stands Against New Taxes and Advocates Reform Earlier this week, CSE Executive Vice President Matt Kibbe participated in a tax reform forum hosted by the National Taxpayers Union for congressional staffers. In his remarks, Matt Kibbe discussed: 1. The need for fundamental tax reform; 2. How to engage the grassroots in tax debates; and 3. A roadmap to victory.

04/26/2002
Enron Fix?
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Enron Fix?

As published in Investor's Business Daily, Thursday, April 25, 2002 The political bang from Enron's collapse may have dissipated, but the legislative fallout has only begun. In the name of eradicating so-called "Enron accounting," Sens. Carl Levin, D-Mich., John McCain, R-Ariz., and Rep. Pete Stark, D-Calif., have introduced legislation to make it tougher for companies to grant stock options for workers.

04/25/2002
Gates Scores Points for Appearance
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Gates Scores Points for Appearance

BY Jube Shiver

The decision to put brilliant but volatile Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates on the stand in the most important antitrust case since the breakup of Standard Oil Co. turned out to be not so risky after all. In the end, after three days of testifying in Microsoft's landmark antitrust trial in U.S. District Court, it mattered little whether the world's richest man presented a powerful legal argument. What mattered more, experts say, is that Gates simply showed up in court and came across as a human being.

04/25/2002
News 14 Commentary by Jonathan Hill
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News 14 Commentary by Jonathan Hill

Hi,my name is Jonathan Hill. I am State Director of Citizens for a Sound Economy, a non- profit, non- partisan, conservative grassroots organization dedicated to the principles of less government, lower taxes, and more freedom. During the first two weeks of April, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy and the John Locke Foundation co-sponsored a Statewide "Tax Awareness Tour" to inform taxpayers about our state’s fiscal problems.

04/24/2002

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