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FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter on H.R. 2355, the "Health Care Choice Act"
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FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter on H.R. 2355, the "Health Care Choice Act"

July 10, 2006 The Honorable J. Dennis Hastert The Honorable John Boehner Speaker Majority Leader U.S. House of Representatives U.S. House of Representative Washington, D.C. 20515 Washington, D.C. 20515 The Honorable Roy Blunt Majority Whip U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Mr. Speaker and Reps. Boehner and Blunt:

07/11/2006
CGEG Attends Free Market Events in Europe
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CGEG Attends Free Market Events in Europe

07/11/2006
FreedomWorks Staff, Members Join Rep. Paul Ryan in Line-Item Veto Push
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FreedomWorks Staff, Members Join Rep. Paul Ryan in Line-Item Veto Push

FreedomWorks members last month strongly backed Rep. Paul Ryan in his efforts as the sponsor of the Line-Item Veto, a budget reform that passed the U.S. House late Thursday by a vote of 247-172. Over the last two weeks, FreedomWorks activists generated over 1,400 calls, letters, emails, and personal visits into targeted congressional offices. Thanks to everyone who took action this week-- this pressure was integral to the bill’s passage and the FreedomWorks campaign will now move to target the Senate.

07/11/2006
Boston Big Dig Boondoogle Kills Newlywed
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Boston Big Dig Boondoogle Kills Newlywed

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Already infamous as one of the most expensive and corrupt government projects in American history, the "Big Dig" transportation project added a sorry and tragic new chapter Monday night when part of the new tunnel collapsed, dropping 12 tons of concrete into the roadway and killing a hapless auto passenger.

07/10/2006
Students Not Snickering at Benefit Cuts
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Students Not Snickering at Benefit Cuts

The folks at Students for Saving Social Security have found an ingenious way to educate citizens about the importance of Social Security reform, posted on their blog.  They set up a game for students at Portland State offering free Snickers bars as the prize while displaying full size bars in their advertisements.  When students won the game, however, they only got mini-sized candy bars, enraging many of the students.  In response to this anger organizers explained that the game was meant to show students the inherent unfairness of Social Security, where large benefits are promised but only bite sized ones can be delivered under current funding.

07/10/2006
Democrats on the Death Tax
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Democrats on the Death Tax

In an article from the National Review, Deroy Murdock, a Senior Fellow at the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, praises the few Democrats in Congress who want to end the death tax. It seems a few of the Dems understand its damaging effects after all.

07/10/2006
State and Local Debt Skyrocketing
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State and Local Debt Skyrocketing

The Tax Policy Studies division of the Cato Institute recently published a report showing huge increases in state and local government debt. Since 2000, total state and local debt has increased 55 percent from $1.19 to $1.85 trillion.

07/10/2006
Southern Californians Call for an End to the Death Tax
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Southern Californians Call for an End to the Death Tax

FreedomWorks activists joined the Temecula Valley Republican Women Federated (http://www.tvrwf.org) and the Murrieta-Temecula Republican Assembly (http://www.mt-ra.com) in the July 4th Parade in Old Town Temecula, California.

07/10/2006
FreedomWorks' Matt Kibbe Argues Against Net Neutrality Mandates on CNBC Morning Call
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FreedomWorks' Matt Kibbe Argues Against Net Neutrality Mandates on CNBC Morning Call

07/10/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina Battles to the Finish on Cable Choice
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Battles to the Finish on Cable Choice

On Thursday, June 24, H2047, “Video Service Competition Act” passed Second Reading in the House. The vote followed numerous overwhelmingly defeated amendments and a great deal of debate. One of the bill sponsors, Representative Becky Carney, D-Mecklenburg, rose to explain the bill referring to H2047 as “the consumer’s bill” and exclaiming “I submit to you my colleagues that this is an exciting day for the consumers of North Carolina”. Only twelve Representatives voted against cable choice in second reading: L. Allen, Almond, Bordsen, Fisher, Goodwin, Harrison, Insko, Kiser, Luebke, Ross, Sauls, and Weiss. It is interesting to note that Representative Paul Luebke, a primary sponsor of H2047, ultimately voted against the bill. H2047 is scheduled for final vote, Third Reading, in the House on Monday evening.

07/10/2006

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