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FreedomWorks Cheers Re-Introduction of the Family Budget Protection Act
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FreedomWorks Cheers Re-Introduction of the Family Budget Protection Act

FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe today joined other taxpayer groups to salute Representatives Mike Pence (R-Ind.), Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R.-Texas), Rep. Paul Ryan (R.- Wis.), Rep. Chris Chocola (R.-Ind.), and Rep. Christopher Cox (R.-Calif.) for reintroducing the Family Budget Protection Act. FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe commented:

05/11/2005
Testimony: Bringing Budget Reform to Illinois
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Testimony: Bringing Budget Reform to Illinois

Hello, my name is Bruno Behrend and I'm testifying today wearing two hats. First, I am the State Director for FreedomWorks -- a think tank that integrates research with grassroots organizing to promote policies that empowers individuals. Second, I am the Executive Director of the Coalition for our Children's Future -- a Coalition of organizations working to prevent job-killing tax increases and save our public education system.

02/22/2005
President Bush Begins Push for Budget Discipline in Fiscal 2006
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President Bush Begins Push for Budget Discipline in Fiscal 2006

Government spending is growing at unsustainable rates, threatening future economic growth and prosperity. This threat is why FreedomWorks applauds President Bush for presenting a fiscal 2006 budget that begins to restrain discretionary spending and eliminates some unneeded programs.

02/07/2005
President Bush Begins Push for Budget Discipline in Fiscal 2006
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President Bush Begins Push for Budget Discipline in Fiscal 2006

Government spending is growing at unsustainable rates, threatening future economic growth and prosperity. This threat is why FreedomWorks applauds President Bush for presenting a fiscal 2006 budget that begins to restrain discretionary spending and eliminates some unneeded programs.

02/07/2005
Libertarian group eyes budget process
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Libertarian group eyes budget process

BY DAVID BATES

Richard Burke spent Monday in Salem, making the rounds of legislative staff to get a feel for the political climate in the Capitol while lawmakers were busy on the floor or elsewhere in the building. Burke, who heads Oregon's Libertarian Party, feels the temperature may be more or less right for a coalition of Libertarians, Republicans and other conservative activists to leave a stamp not only on the state's nearly $12 billion budget, but possibly even on the process lawmakers use to draft one every two years.

01/11/2005
Republicans will renew spending lid push
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Republicans will renew spending lid push

BY CHARLES E. BEGGS

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Republicans will be back in charge of the Oregon House when the 2005 Legislature convenes on Jan. 10 — and they'll return with a plan to clamp a lid on state spending as a way to create a rainy day fund. The plan likely would involve asking voters to change the state's "kicker" law, which refunds money to taxpayers when revenue tops budget estimates. The GOP plan would divert extra money to a reserve pot, instead of into the kicker fund. When the pot was full, refunds to taxpayers could resume.

12/05/2004
A 3-D Economic Illusion
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A 3-D Economic Illusion

Policymakers would do well to keep in mind a couple of universal truths when preparing to embark upon fundamental changes to long-standing programs and entrenched policies, such as creating personal retirement accounts and simplifying the federal tax code. One such truth is: What we don't know usually doesn't harm us nearly as much as what we think we know that isn't true.

11/30/2004
South Carolina Senate Fact #12: Tenenbaum Would Spend Twice As Much
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South Carolina Senate Fact #12: Tenenbaum Would Spend Twice As Much

Candidate for South Carolina’s open U.S. Senate seat Inez Tenenbaum called “for an end to the overspending in Washington.” While she may tell the public she’s against runaway spending, an analysis of her policy proposals shows that she would increase spending by more than twice as much than her opponent Jim DeMint, according to a study by the National Taxpayers’ Union.

10/22/2004
South Carolina Senate Fact #12: Tenenbaum Would Spend Twice As Much
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South Carolina Senate Fact #12: Tenenbaum Would Spend Twice As Much

Candidate for South Carolina’s open U.S. Senate seat Inez Tenenbaum called “for an end to the overspending in Washington.” While she may tell the public she’s against runaway spending, an analysis of her policy proposals shows that she would increase spending by more than twice as much than her opponent Jim DeMint, according to a study by the National Taxpayers’ Union.

10/22/2004
Group targets state budgeting
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Group targets state budgeting

BY PETER WONG

A new coalition, consisting largely of conservative critics, wants to change how the Oregon Legislature puts together the two-year state budget. The New Budget Coalition counts members of the Republican, Libertarian and Constitution parties among its founders, as well as the Taxpayer Association of Oregon and FreedomWorks. Coalition spokesman Tom Cox of Hillsboro, Libertarian candidate for an Oregon House seat and its 2002 nominee for governor, said Democrats also will be sought.

08/27/2004

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