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Florida CSE to Legislators: No New Taxes!
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Florida CSE to Legislators: No New Taxes!

Tallahassee, FL – Thomas Jefferson stated that, “The people…are the only sure reliance for the preservation of liberty.” On Feb. 13 and 14, more than 140 dedicated Florida Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) activists – our patriots – lived up to Jefferson’s message as they stormed the capitol to preserve the liberties and freedom that constitute the indispensable foundation for our nation.

02/22/2002
Impact Update 3.16
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Impact Update 3.16

Washington: 150 CSE Activists Storm the Capitol More than 150 activists from around the state took the President’s Day holiday to attend Washington CSE’s third annual “Day at the Capitol,” and lobby their state legislators for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Prior to storming the Capitol building, the activists attended educational seminars on the state’s budget deficit and its lack of accountability, presented by Lynn Harsh of the Evergreen Freedom Foundation; on transportation issues, sponsored by Eric Montague of the Cascade Policy Institute; and on federal issues including energy security. A number of elected officials were also in attendance, including State House Minority Leader Clyde Ballard and State Senator Jim West, recipients of CSE’s Legislative Excellence Awards, who addressed the importance of citizen activism and the state’s current budget crises. CSE will also host a “Day at the Capitol,” in North Carolina, and is in the process of planning CSE similar events in several other states.

02/22/2002
Letter to Senator Kyl Regarding the Death Tax
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Letter to Senator Kyl Regarding the Death Tax

The Honorable John Kyl United States Senate 730 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Kyl: On behalf of the 280,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy, I strongly support your efforts to permanently eliminate the Death Tax.

02/22/2002
WATCHDOG GROUP ARGUES GAS TAX WILL HURT ECONOMY
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WATCHDOG GROUP ARGUES GAS TAX WILL HURT ECONOMY

BY Jim Turner

STUART - A government watchdog group wants the county to put the brakes on plans to increase the gas tax, saying the user fee for road maintenance and construction projects will hurt the local economy. "The 4-cent-a-gallon (tax) disproportionately will hurt working persons and small businesses," said Ray Adams of Citizens for a Sound Economy. "Those plumbers and electricians who come to your home may have to charge more."

02/21/2002
Three-Conjecture Strategy on Global Warming
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Three-Conjecture Strategy on Global Warming

© 2002 Copley News Service, 2/20/2002

02/20/2002
Letter From Speaker Feeney to Florida CSE
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Letter From Speaker Feeney to Florida CSE

Joyce Malone Citizens for a Sound Economy Dear Ms. Malone; Thank you for your taking the time to stop by and express your concern over the proposed new tax structure. Every member of the Legislature is elected to represent the people; this would be impossible without the citizens of Florida coming forward and stating their needs.

02/20/2002
Alabama CSE Patriots Rally at the Capitol to Sweep it Clean of Government Waste and Corruption
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Alabama CSE Patriots Rally at the Capitol to Sweep it Clean of Government Waste and Corruption

Montgomery, AL – Demanding less government, taxes, corruption, and waste from their state legislators, more than 100 dedicated Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy activists – our modern-day patriots – descended on the capitol to fight for lower taxes, less government and more freedom.

02/20/2002
Advancing Freedom Through Citizen Action
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Advancing Freedom Through Citizen Action

Olympia, WA – Rallying at Olympia for the 3rd annual Washington CSE Day at the Capitol, more than 150 CSE activists stormed the Capitol building and called on their legislators to stop any new tax increases, control their spending, and eliminate government waste and abuse.

02/20/2002
Letter to Governor Engler Opposing the
"Michigan High-Speed Internet Plan"
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Letter to Governor Engler Opposing the <br>"Michigan High-Speed Internet Plan"

Governor John Engler P.O. Box 30013 Lansing, Michigan 48909 Dear Governor Engler: The expeditious rollout and adoption of high-speed Internet transport service is an important goal for the state of Michigan and the nation as a whole. Some studies place the potential economic benefits from high-speed Internet penetration at $500 billion for the nation, which could translate to nearly $17 billion annually for the state alone. This is not an economic issue to be ignored.

02/20/2002
They’re Back
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They’re Back

It’s no secret that trial lawyer influence is everywhere, even among the Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC), the “watchdog” entity supposedly monitoring Alabama judge’s compliance with the Judicial Canons of Ethics. The disciplinary action taken against Supreme Court Justice Harold See by this “watchdog”, as they say, won’t hunt. Although quick to zealously prosecute Justice See over a 7-second statement in an ad run in his 2000 primary campaign for Chief Justice, JIC never bought charges when Ken Ingram, Justice See’s 1996 opponent, broadcast a 30-second ad comparing See to a stinking skunk.

02/20/2002

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