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Op-Ed: Oregon Family Tax Cut Measure Approved For The November Ballot
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Op-Ed: Oregon Family Tax Cut Measure Approved For The November Ballot

BY Tim King

FreedomWorks Oregon members, led by state Director Russ Walker, are cheering the news that their efforts to qualify a tax relief ballot measure have succeeded.

07/22/2006
"Oregon Family Tax Cut" Measure Approved for the Ballot
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"Oregon Family Tax Cut" Measure Approved for the Ballot

FreedomWorks Oregon members, led by state Director Russ Walker, today cheered the news that their efforts to qualify a tax relief ballot measure have succeeded! FreedomWorks received official approval earlier today from the state Secretary of State that the measure is certified for the ballot. The measure, which will now be considered by Oregon voters this fall, would give Oregon taxpayers the option of taking either the state personal exemption or the more generous federal exemption. The effective result of this measure will be several hundred dollars a year in lower taxes for the typical Oregonian.

07/21/2006
Tax cut measure makes fall ballot
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Tax cut measure makes fall ballot

BY Julia Silverman

An initiative that would slice about $400 million a year from the state's budget by cutting Oregonians' income taxes has qualified for the November ballot, elections officials said Friday. The measure, which is backed by the Oregon chapter of FreedomWorks, an anti-tax group, would reduce state income taxes for most middle-income Oregonians by about $130 per exemption claimed for an individual, a spouse and dependents.

07/21/2006
U.S.-China Trade Threatened by Tariff Proposal
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U.S.-China Trade Threatened by Tariff Proposal

The Chinese central bank yesterday opted to increase the banking reserve requirement to tighten credit and cool the sizzling economy after the government reported 11.3 percent growth in the second quarter. As more growth will almost certainly mean more exports, this has many U.S. policymakers even more worried about our increasing current account deficit with China.

07/20/2006
Dan Kopelman signs FreedomWorks Candidate Tax Pledge
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Dan Kopelman signs FreedomWorks Candidate Tax Pledge

Dan Kopelman, candidate for Arapahoe County Treasurer in Colorado, quickly signed FreedomWorks Candidate Tax Pledge refusing to support any legislation that increases Colorado’s tax burden or weakens TABOR.  Kopelman helped lead the winning fight against the stealth proposed tax increase election in Aurora in May. 

07/20/2006
Federal Funding and Regulations on Campus?
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Federal Funding and Regulations on Campus?

Yesterday the Democratic Leadership Council unveiled a plan for higher education that will cost taxpayers $150billion and will hold schools and students accountable to Washington. As Neil McCluskey of explains in an article posted at Cato, politicians want votes, professors and administrators want more money and prestige, and students want to pay less tuition, leading to an easy “solution” to problems in higher education that sends a lot of money through broad spending programs to a lot of people.

07/20/2006
Free Market Solutions to Environmental Problems
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Free Market Solutions to Environmental Problems

A recent publication from scholars at the American Enterprise Institute examines the benefits of market-based approaches to environmental regulations.

07/20/2006
FreedomWorks Joins Students for Saving Social Security and Sen. Jim DeMint on Capitol Hill
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FreedomWorks Joins Students for Saving Social Security and Sen. Jim DeMint on Capitol Hill

Today at noon FreedomWorks Director of Policy Max Pappas spoke to over 200 Hill staffers about the need for personal retirement accounts. FreedomWorks was a co-sponsor along with S4 and other groups at the luncheon in the Senate's Hart Building.

07/20/2006
House Republican Conservatives Demand Earmark Accountability
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House Republican Conservatives Demand Earmark Accountability

Click here to download a .pdf of the letter House conservatives with the Republican Study Committee (RSC) sent a letter to Congressional leaders today asking them to implement a key spending process reform: that all earmarked spending include a listing of the Member of Congress who requested the project.

07/20/2006
FreedomWorks Leaders from 18 North Carolina Counties Meet
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FreedomWorks Leaders from 18 North Carolina Counties Meet

NORTH CAROLINA. On July 17, 2006, 30 FreedomWorks activists from 18 different counties meet to discuss fall strategy.

07/20/2006

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