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Tips for Writing Letters to the Editor
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Tips for Writing Letters to the Editor

Writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper alerts the general public to what's happening in Washington, D.C., and throughout your state. Although publication policies vary, the following advice applies to most newspapers: Keep your letter brief. Many newspapers will not consider letters longer than 200-300 words (1 to 1-1/2yped pages, double spaced). Type your letter if you can; many editors won't read letters that are not typed.

07/23/2000
Texas CSE Injects Key Issues into the Texas State Republican Convention Platform
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Texas CSE Injects Key Issues into the Texas State Republican Convention Platform

(Houston, Texas) On June 17th and June 18th, 9,000 Texan delegates convened to determine their Year 2000 Platform. Texas CSE was there to inject our key economic issues into the platform – and we did!

07/07/2000
Issue Analysis 105 - Bill Clinton's $ 66 Billion Corporate Assistance Budget: It's Time to End this Welfare as We Know It
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Issue Analysis 105 - Bill Clinton's $ 66 Billion Corporate Assistance Budget: It's Time to End this Welfare as We Know It

Issue Analysis 105

06/08/2000
Testimony of Scott A. Hodge Before the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Manageme
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Testimony of Scott A. Hodge Before the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Manageme

Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee, thank you for inviting me here today to discuss the importance of government reform and the need to provide American taxpayers an honest accounting of government activity. My name is Scott A. Hodge, and I am the director of tax and budget policy at Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation (CSE Foundation), a 250,000-member nonpartisan, non-profit consumer advocacy group that recruits, educates, trains, and mobilizes hundreds of thousands of volunteer activists to fight for less government, lower taxes, and more freedom.1

05/04/2000
Alabama CSE Day at the Capitol
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Alabama CSE Day at the Capitol

On Tuesday, March 14, 2000, Alabama CSE held its second annual Day at the Capital. The day focused on this year's judicial elections and the issue of school choice, with over 160 attendees plus other interested guests - more than double last year's attendance! Participants traveled from over 20 Alabama cities, with many coming in by buses or vans. Highlights from CSE Day included:

03/20/2000
Capitol Comment 269 - Pull the Plug on Unauthorized Spending
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Capitol Comment 269 - Pull the Plug on Unauthorized Spending

Republican House and Senate leaders are under tremendous pressure from Bill Clinton and many of their colleagues to bust the discretionary spending caps established by the 1997 balanced budget agreement. But the leadership has a weapon that, if they are willing to use it, could undermine many of Clinton’s pet initiatives while tempering the spending frenzy of their colleagues. All the leadership needs to do is enforce the congressional rules that prohibit spending money on unauthorized programs.

03/09/2000
Pull the Plug on Unauthorized Spending
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Pull the Plug on Unauthorized Spending

Republican House and Senate leaders are under tremendous pressure from Bill Clinton and many of their colleagues to bust the discretionary spending caps established by the 1997 balanced budget agreement. But the leadership has a weapon that, if they are willing to use it, could undermine many of Clinton’s pet initiatives while tempering the spending frenzy of their colleagues. All the leadership needs to do is enforce the congressional rules that prohibit spending money on unauthorized programs.

03/08/2000
Government Waste Rampant, According to New Report
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Government Waste Rampant, According to New Report

A new report by the House Budget Committee Majority details longstanding waste throughout the federal government. The report, "Reviving the Reform Agenda," aims to renew congressional focus on accountability in the spending of taxpayer dollars. According to the report “Federal programs continue to waste billions of dollars annually through longstanding, systemic problems that persist – and in some cases are growing worse – despite repeated warnings from the Government’s principal watchdogs, the General Accounting Office [GAO] and the inspectors general [IG] of government agencies.”

03/02/2000
Issue Analysis 102 - Clinton's Bait-and-Switch FY 2001 Budget Raids Social Security and Taxpayers' Wallets
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Issue Analysis 102 - Clinton's Bait-and-Switch FY 2001 Budget Raids Social Security and Taxpayers' Wallets

Part I Squandering the Surplus, Threatening Medicare Clinton’s tax cut plan returns less than 23 percent of the $746 billion surplus back to taxpayers, leaving roughly $580 billion for the administration’s other priorities. Their plan dedicates these remaining funds for spending on new entitlement programs and for buying down publicly held debt under the guise of extending Medicare’s solvency.

02/22/2000
No Account Budget ... for Bigger Government
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No Account Budget ... for Bigger Government

With the releases of his budget for fiscal 2001 today, Bill Clinton is challenging the Republican Congress to "do more." Mr. Clinton is raising the ante on the fearful Republicans by proposing more than $1.8 trillion in spending for next year, including hundreds of expensive, poll-tested initiatives to benefit every liberal interest group under the sun. But before the congressional leadership takes the bait, they should first ask Clinton, and his hand-picked successor Al Gore, to explain why their administration cannot account for the money they already are spending.

02/08/2000

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