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Matt Kibbe Speaks at Hayek Institute
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Matt Kibbe Speaks at Hayek Institute

08/08/2006
Idaho Set To Vote on Tax Changes August 25
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Idaho Set To Vote on Tax Changes August 25

Gov Jim Risch has ordered a special session for the Idaho Legislature to vote on a plan which would change how the state pays for it school funding by cutting property taxes while allowing for a raise in sales tax.  The newly inaugurated Governor's plan would erase $260 million of property taxes that pay for school upkeep and operations.

08/07/2006
Fed Follies Fallout
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Fed Follies Fallout

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08/07/2006
Rep. McHenry August Townhall Schedule
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Rep. McHenry August Townhall Schedule

SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA.  U.S. Representative Patrick McHenry has released his townhall schedule for the August recess.  Plan on attending and supporting the Freedom Agenda!

08/07/2006
Toledo Property Rights Rally
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Toledo Property Rights Rally

08/07/2006
Fed Follies Fallout
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Fed Follies Fallout

BY Richard W. Rahn

The skyline appears to have more cranes than buildings, as if the city were just one vast construction site, and that has been the good news. The bad news here in Miami, as well as most major U.S. cities, is that the real estate boom of the last few years is coming to an end. The villain in this drama is the U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), which fueled the boom and now is destroying it.

08/07/2006
Immigration Realism
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Immigration Realism

BY Tamar Jacoby and Cesar V. Conda

John Fonte’s understanding of the immigration debate is unfortunately out of touch. (See his NRO piece, “Comprehensively Wrong,” posted on July 25.) So perhaps we can do something to help him better understand it.

08/07/2006
Judge Election Measure Qualifies for Oregon Ballot
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Judge Election Measure Qualifies for Oregon Ballot

BY Brad Cain (AP)

Members of Oregon's two highest courts — which currently are dominated by judges from the Portland area and the Willamette Valley — would have to be elected by district rather than statewide under a measure that qualified Thursday for the Nov. 7 ballot. State election officials said there were 102,637 valid petition signatures for the proposal, with 100,840 needed to send the measure to voters.

08/07/2006
A Brief Explanation of the Kelo Decision
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A Brief Explanation of the Kelo Decision

From an article in Parade magazine on eminent domain battles comes a brief explanation of what the furor is all about. “It’s a blatant example of reverse Robin Hood—taking homes from the poor and the middle-income and giving them to the rich,” says Scott Bullock, the IJ attorney who argued (and lost) Kelo.

08/06/2006
Judge-Election Measure Makes Ballot
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Judge-Election Measure Makes Ballot

BY Brad Cain (AP)

Members of Oregon's two highest courts -- which currently are dominated by judges from the Portland area and the Willamette Valley -- would have to be elected by district rather than statewide under a measure that qualified Thursday for the Nov. 7 ballot. State election officials said there were 102,637 valid petition signatures for the proposal. Supporters needed 100,840 to send the measure to voters. It was the final measure to be certified by the state for the November ballot, meaning that Oregon voters will decide on 10 initiatives in the fall.

08/04/2006

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