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FreedomWorks Oregon Launches Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)
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FreedomWorks Oregon Launches Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE)

Who: FreedomWorks Oregon Director Russ Walker will be joined by economist Bill Conerly, members of the Oregon legislature, along with consumers, small business owners, and farmers effected by spiraling energy costs. What:

08/07/2008
National Gas Price Protest
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National Gas Price Protest

BY Trey

Both American Solutions and FreedomWorks.org have launch their own petitions to urge Congress to drill here and drill now. American Solutions has garnered about 1.3+ million signatures of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. FreedomWorks.org, with their GasPriceProtest.com petition, have garnered 43,500 signatures. FreedomWorks.org is urging Americans to help them launch a national gas price protest. Click here to found out how you can help launch the biggest national gas price protest America has ever seen. FreedomWorks.org's GasPriceProtest.com bumper sticker is free.

07/30/2008
Key Vote "No" H.R. 6604: the Commodity Markets Transparency and Accountability Act
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Key Vote "No" H.R. 6604: the Commodity Markets Transparency and Accountability Act

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on H.R. 6604: the Commodity Markets Transparency and Accountability Act.  The bill states that its purpose is “to amend the Commodity Exchange Act to bring greater transparency and accountability to commodity markets” but the consequences of the legislation are greater intervention in markets and an expansion of government into the reach of private contracts.

07/30/2008
“Use It or Lose It” Is Not the Way Energy Markets Work
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“Use It or Lose It” Is Not the Way Energy Markets Work

It has been widely reported that the United States faces an energy crisis of epic proportions. This perceived crisis has left Americans facing significant pain at the pump, as the price of gasoline continues to rise and oil prices repeatedly stretch to record highs. In response, politicians from both sides of the aisle have scrambled to offer solutions in an attempt to soothe public anger over the costly impact of higher gas prices.  While Republicans have argued for drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) and the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), Congressional Democrats responded with a counterclaim: oil companies need to use what they already have.

07/28/2008
Key Vote "No" H.R. 6515: Drill Responsibly in Leased Lands Act of 2008
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Key Vote "No" H.R. 6515: Drill Responsibly in Leased Lands Act of 2008

On behalf of the hundreds of thousands of members of FreedomWorks nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on H.R. 6515, the Drill Responsibly on Leased Lands Act of 2008, a bill that would: generate unnecessary federal intervention in the Alaskan oil and natural gas pipelines; impose “use it or lose it” lease restrictions on energy companies exploring for oil and natural gas; and restrict Alaskan oil exportation. H.R. 6515 impedes the efficient expansion of the nation’s energy resources, and would prove harmful to consumers.

07/17/2008
Key Vote "No" H.R. 415: a bill to designate the Taunton River as "Wild and Scenic"
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Key Vote "No" H.R. 415: a bill to designate the Taunton River as "Wild and Scenic"

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of members nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on H.R. 415, a bill to designate the Taunton River as “Wild and Scenic.”  Far from being a bill that encourages responsible conservation, this is a misuse of legislation to impede energy and economic progress.

07/15/2008
FreedomWorks vs. Moveon.org
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FreedomWorks vs. Moveon.org

BY Laura Elizabeth

I think I know who I’m siding with. Freedom Works!

07/10/2008
Gas Price Protest Showdown in Maryland
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Gas Price Protest Showdown in Maryland

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07/10/2008
FreedomWorks Signs Up Members at the NC Republican State Convention
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FreedomWorks Signs Up Members at the NC Republican State Convention

On June 6&7 in Greensboro, North Carolina, FreedomWorks attended the NC Republican State Convention.  There, we signed-up over 100 new activists to FreedomWorks, and also got delegates to sign our "Gas Price Protest" petition.

06/26/2008
Key Vote "No" H.R. 6346: Federal Price Gouging Prevention Act
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Key Vote "No" H.R. 6346: Federal Price Gouging Prevention Act

On behalf of hundreds of thousands of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote “No” on H.R. 6346: the Federal Price Gouging Prevention Act.  The bill, a shallow attempt to rein in gas prices, is eerily reminiscent of the very policies that led to shortages and gas lines in the 1970s and early 1980s.  That was a time when government tried to tamper with a market not at the source, where Congress could encourage more exploration and utilize the vast resources available, but at the pump where retailers have very little control over the end price.

06/24/2008

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