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FreedomWorks Joins Property Rights Battle
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FreedomWorks Joins Property Rights Battle

The below letter was submitted to the White House today, along with a number of news clips on the Kelo case COALITION AGAINST EMINENT DOMAIN ABUSE October 29, 2004 President George W. Bush The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Bush,The below letter was submitted to the White House today, along with a number of news clips on the Kelo case COALITION AGAINST EMINENT DOMAIN ABUSE

10/27/2004
Is Martinez's HUD record germane to Senate race?
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Is Martinez's HUD record germane to Senate race?

BY Brian E. Crowley

As Mel Martinez campaigns for the U.S. Senate, he passionately tells audiences a personal story that can be summed up like this: A Cuban refugee arrives in Florida at 15 without his parents or a home. Nearly 40 years later, Martinez is standing in the Oval Office being sworn in as a member of President Bush's Cabinet.

10/19/2004
Help at Home
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Help at Home

BY David S. Broder

Of all the Cabinet secretaries who have served in recent decades in Washington, none have done more to energize their bureaucracies than Jack Kemp and Henry Cisneros. Running the backwater Department of Housing and Urban Development between 1989 and 1997, Republican Kemp and Democrat Cisneros used their competitive drive and enthusiasm to draw attention to what may well be America's most neglected issue.

09/23/2004
Housing experts call for help for needy
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Housing experts call for help for needy

BY Sue Kirchhoff

WASHINGTON — In a break from harsh, election-year economic rhetoric, a bipartisan group of housing experts is issuing a joint call for tax cuts, expanded funding and other strategies to help millions of Americans stranded in substandard housing or homelessness, despite record homeownership levels.

09/23/2004
Overtime Regulations Updated
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Overtime Regulations Updated

The Department of Labor (DOL), under Secretary Elaine Chao, has revamped overtime regulation with the “Fair Pay” initiative. With an effective date of August 23, the updated laws are a welcome change. As long as such rules exist, they should be easy to follow and understand, and should be easily enforced, reducing litigation, which is costly to both employees and employers. DOL has set up a website explaining the updates.

08/20/2004
Passing the torch on anti-trust law
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Passing the torch on anti-trust law

BY C. Boyden Gray

Recently, the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled on Massachusetts vs. Microsoft — closing the last chapter in the antitrust battle running since 1998. In unanimously rejecting Massachusetts' call for tougher sanctions against the software giant, the appellate court essentially told Massachusetts to wake up and join the 21st century. Unfortunately, this is not the end of the story. While the U.S. courts may have put the issue to rest, the Europeans have recently taken up the torch, with the European Commission leveling charges against Microsoft that parallel the original case brought against the company in the United States. Rather than rehash the case, the Europeans should acknowledge the gains in consumer welfare competition has generated and reject new controls in the high-tech marketplace that could prove harmful to consumers.

08/17/2004
The maneuvering of Microsoft
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The maneuvering of Microsoft

BY C. Boyden Gray

The European Commission (EC) recently ruled Microsoft in violation of competition laws, fined the company a record $613 million and issued a new set of restrictions that would replace innovators with regulators when it comes to deciding how to upgrade products. Ultimately, the EC has put Microsoft on notice that any further attempts to improve its flagship Windows operating system may be illegal.

04/16/2004
Consumers Need Contact Lense Competition
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Consumers Need Contact Lense Competition

04/07/2004
America: An Expensive Place to Do Business
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America: An Expensive Place to Do Business

Presidential candidate John Kerry recently made headlines by comparing corporate CEOs who move production overseas to the most hated traitor in U.S. history, Benedict Arnold. Mr. Kerry has placed at the center of his economic plan a carrot-and-stick approach to stop American companies from outsourcing labor to foreign countries. Mr. Kerry’s approach would end “the unpatriotic practice of U.S. corporations moving offshore simply to avoid paying their fair share of our nation’s tax burden.” What Mr. Kerry fails to understand is that companies are not moving jobs overseas because they are unpatriotic; companies are moving jobs overseas because big government is making America too expensive a place to do business.

04/02/2004
Microsoft Gets the Full Monti
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Microsoft Gets the Full Monti

This op-ed by CSE Chairman C. Boyden Gray originally ran in the Wall Street Journal on March 22, 2004.

03/28/2004

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