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Congressman Burr Signs Spending Veto Letter
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Congressman Burr Signs Spending Veto Letter

On March 8, 2004, Congressman Richard Burr signed the Congressional letter to President Bush pledging to uphold any vetos related to excessive spending. The effort is part of a broad CSE campaign on behalf of spending restraint and the letter, which was initially drafted by Rep. Chris Cox.

03/15/2004
Congressman Burr Signs Spending Veto Letter
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Congressman Burr Signs Spending Veto Letter

On March 8, 2004, Congressman Richard Burr signed the Congressional letter to President Bush pledging to uphold any vetos related to excessive spending. The effort is part of a broad CSE campaign on behalf of spending restraint and the letter, which was initially drafted by Rep. Chris Cox.

03/15/2004
The Case For CARFA, Part One
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The Case For CARFA, Part One

BY By Rep. Todd Tiahrt

Editor's note: U.S. Representative Todd Tiahrt (R-KS) testified yesterday before the House Budget Committee on the need to restrain federal spending. The concluding portion of his testimony will be published in tomorrow's edition of NNN.

03/04/2004
Maine Freedom Agenda Update
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Maine Freedom Agenda Update

The Hot Stove League met in Bangor, Maine on Saturday February 21st to discuss important economic policy issues. These meetings include state legislators and business leaders in the city, and they occur three or four times during the legislative session. The league tackled the budget deficit, tax reform, and health care. Health care dominated the discussion because 25 percent of Mainers are covered by Medicare. (Bangor Daily News, 2/23/04) Business leaders and Republican legislators discussed ways to curtail the program’s growth, but others at the meeting pointed out that neither Governor John Baldacci nor the Democrat controlled legislature were likely to reduce eligibility this session.

03/01/2004
CSE Urges U.S. House to Support Spending Vetoes Letter
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CSE Urges U.S. House to Support Spending Vetoes Letter

02/26/2004
Call to Action: Veto Runaway Spending in Washington
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Call to Action: Veto Runaway Spending in Washington

Spending is out of control, but the President and some leaders in Congress are committed to putting America's fiscal house back in order.

02/25/2004
A March to Remember
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A March to Remember

©2004 Copley News Service, 2/17/2004 February is Black History Month primarily because Abraham Lincoln's birthday is Feb. 12. Unfortunately, the political party he helped to found has lost its historical recognition as the Party of Civil Rights. As I've said previously: The Democratic Party had a terrible history and overcame it; the Republican Party had a great history and turned aside.

02/17/2004
CSE Urges Congress to Avert Fiscal "Train Wreck" on Transportation Bill
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CSE Urges Congress to Avert Fiscal "Train Wreck" on Transportation Bill

Over the past two years, the federal government has been on an unprecedented spending spree, running up trillions of dollars in new deficit spending and future entitlement liabilities. Thanks in part to pressure from grassroots activists concerned about America’s long-term financial health, President Bush and true fiscal conservatives in Congress are preparing to slow the runaway spending train. Their target: the massively bloated and wasteful Transportation reauthorization bill being debated in Congress this week.

02/10/2004
CSE Urges Congress to Avert Fiscal "Train Wreck" on Transportation Bill
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CSE Urges Congress to Avert Fiscal "Train Wreck" on Transportation Bill

Over the past two years, the federal government has been on an unprecedented spending spree, running up trillions of dollars in new deficit spending and future entitlement liabilities. Thanks in part to pressure from grassroots activists concerned about America’s long-term financial health, President Bush and true fiscal conservatives in Congress are preparing to slow the runaway spending train. Their target: the massively bloated and wasteful Transportation reauthorization bill being debated in Congress this week.

02/10/2004
Sky High
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Sky High

BY Alexis Simendinger, David Baumann, Carl M. Cannon, and John Maggs

"You never know which mode of governance you'll see from Bush," said Republican Stephen Moore, president of the political action committee Club for Growth, as he mused about the president's $2.4 trillion budget blueprint for fiscal 2005 and the potential for a second term. Some of President Bush's recent actions, including his signing of the omnibus appropriations bill for fiscal 2004 (rife with what some Republicans perceive as wasteful spending), plus revelations about the actual growth in government spending under Bush, and his fanfare about sending astronauts to Mars, are sparking criticism of the president's fiscal stewardship. "Republicans are spending more money than Tip O'Neill ever did," said Moore, referring to the late Democratic House speaker of the Reagan era. "All those things have really hurt Bush in the polls," Moore added. And on top of that, this year's deficit forecast has reached $521 billion.

02/07/2004

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