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Letter to Congress: Inject Market Forces into Govt Services
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Letter to Congress: Inject Market Forces into Govt Services

July 9, 2004 Dear Congressman, Competitive sourcing is vital to limiting the size of government. It allows the private sector to offer more cost-effective alternatives for those commercial jobs performed by bureaucrats. Just like in the real world, the highest-value service receives the contract. Regardless of whether the government continues to perform the service or a private company takes over, cost savings are achieved in the process and taxpayers can breathe a little easier.

07/09/2004
Wisconsin CSE Townhall on July 27th
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Wisconsin CSE Townhall on July 27th

What: CSE Town Hall featuring U.S. Rep. Paul D. Ryan and CSE President Matt Kibbe When: Tuesday, July 27 at 6:00 P.M. Where: The Brat Stop/Parkway Chateau in Kenosha (just west of I-94 on Hwy 50)

07/01/2004
Wisconsin CSE Townhall on July 27th
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Wisconsin CSE Townhall on July 27th

What: CSE Town Hall featuring U.S. Rep. Paul D. Ryan and CSE President Matt Kibbe When: Tuesday, July 27 at 6:00 P.M. Where: The Brat Stop/Parkway Chateau in Kenosha (just west of I-94 on Hwy 50)

07/01/2004
Battling for Sensible Federal Budgets
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Battling for Sensible Federal Budgets

June 22, 2004 Dear Representative, This week, you will be given the opportunity to vote on amendments to H.R. 3973, the Spending Control Act of 2004. While we agree that H.R. 3973 represents a good start for budget enforcement, the bill can be improved by adding some teeth that will really help control spending. On behalf of the millions of taxpayers represented by the undersigned organizations, we urge you to vote the amendments listed below that would improve the enforcement measures of H.R. 3973.

06/23/2004
CSE HOUSE KEY VOTE(S): SUPPORT TOUGH BUDGET ENFORCEMENT
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CSE HOUSE KEY VOTE(S): SUPPORT TOUGH BUDGET ENFORCEMENT

Dear Representative: On behalf of the 360,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote in favor of tough budget enforcement mechanisms to control spending when the House of Representatives considers H.R. 3973, the Spending Control Act of 2004.

06/22/2004
CSE HOUSE KEY VOTE(S): SUPPORT TOUGH BUDGET ENFORCEMENT
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CSE HOUSE KEY VOTE(S): SUPPORT TOUGH BUDGET ENFORCEMENT

Dear Representative: On behalf of the 360,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote in favor of tough budget enforcement mechanisms to control spending when the House of Representatives considers H.R. 3973, the Spending Control Act of 2004.

06/22/2004
Ersatz Congressional Budgeting
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Ersatz Congressional Budgeting

©2004 Copley News Service, 6/14/2004 It looks like Congress won't pass a budget this year. "So what?" you say, and rightfully so. The federal government will go on without interruption. As a former member of the House Budget and Appropriations Committees, I can say with some experience that congressional budgeting is playacting anyway, and all the political hand-wringing is just stagecraft. The ersatz congressional budget lacks the two defining characteristics of real budgeting: binding budget constraints and enforceable spending priorities.

06/14/2004
CSE Raleigh Report: June 14
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CSE Raleigh Report: June 14

Monday evening brought the beginning of another busy week at The North Carolina General Assembly. From The State Budget in the House to the withdrawal of HB1661 (Cap Gas Tax Variable Rate), support of increased spending and taxes ruled the day.

06/14/2004
Letter to Congress: Consider Budget Amendments
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Letter to Congress: Consider Budget Amendments

June 4, 2004 The Honorable David Dreier House Rules Committee H-312 The Capitol Building Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Chairman Dreier, It is our understanding the Rules Committee may not allow any amendments to H.R. 3973, the Budget Committee’s enforcement legislation. On behalf of the millions of taxpayers represented by the undersigned organizations, we urge you to allow amendments that would improve the enforcement measures of H.R. 3973.

06/07/2004
Lawmakers may have notched speed record
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Lawmakers may have notched speed record

BY CHARLES E. BEGGS

Even for Oregon's notoriously unpredictable Legislature, 13 minutes is something of a record. But that's how long a would-be special session lasted Tuesday, before House Republicans gave up the ghost. It was quite a change from 2003, when legislators met for a record-setting 227 days to try and plug the state's yawning budget gap, and from 2002, when they convened for no less than five special sessions between January and October.

06/01/2004

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