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FreedomWorks Applauds Passage of Johanns Amendment
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FreedomWorks Applauds Passage of Johanns Amendment

Washington, DC - Senator Mike Johanns (R-Neb) offered an amendment yesterday to the Senate Budget Resolution to prohibit the use reconciliation in the Senate for legislation involving a cap and trade energy tax system. Some Senators had hoped to use the procedural tactic of reconciliation to avoid a full debate on cap-and-trade legislation by inserting language in the budget bill to circumvent traditional debate procedures.   Congress is supposed to be about debate, and limiting debate rules on critical votes runs contrary to the spirit of the institution.

04/02/2009
Cap and Trade Energy Tax Victories
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Cap and Trade Energy Tax Victories

President Obama's budget proposal working itself through Congress right now includes funding from a $600 billion cap and trade energy tax.  The plan would place a limit on the amount of carbon emissions that a firm is allowed to produce.  They can then sell their rights to carbon to other companies that wish to exceed their limit.  Cap and trade increases energy costs by restricting output and raising costs to producers.  

04/02/2009
Reconciliation, What Is It?
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Reconciliation, What Is It?

If you've been paying attention to what's going on in Washington recently, you've probably heard the word "reconciliation".  What is it?  It's a legislative process intended to allow a budget bill to be considered without filibuster.  In the Senate, it restricts debate to 20 hours and amendments are limited.  Without the option of filibuster, a bill in the Senate would only require 51 votes to pass.  A super majority of 60 votes is required to end a filibuster to move legislation normally. 

04/02/2009
FreedomWorks Opposes Massive New Taxpayer Funded Climate Plan
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FreedomWorks Opposes Massive New Taxpayer Funded Climate Plan

Washington, D.C.—Today, FreedomWorks announced its opposition to a new draft of a climate plan being championed by House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman (D, CA-30) and Energy and Environment Subcommittee Chairman Edward Markey (D, MA-7) that would explode the size of government and stick American taxpayers with the bill; estimated at hundreds of billions of dollars.

03/31/2009
Virginia Energy Forum - Please attend and invite others!
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Virginia Energy Forum - Please attend and invite others!

FreedomWorks is helping promote this energy issues forum in Richmond, Virginia on Tuesday, April 7th.  Please consider attending if you are able and invite others in your area to go as well.  Details below...Please Join Lt. Governor Bill Bolling and Senator Frank Wagner for a forum discussing Virginia’s Offshore Oil & Gas Supply & Potential of Royalty RevenuesSoutheast Energy Alliance and Virginia Manufacturers AssociationOffshore Oil and Gas & Potential Royalty Revenue Forum830 East Main StreetRichmond, VA

03/25/2009
Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Cap and Trade
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Top 10 Reasons to Oppose Cap and Trade

[click here to download a .pdf of this report for printing]

03/06/2009
State of the Union? Nothing socialism or the Messiah can't fix!
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State of the Union? Nothing socialism or the Messiah can't fix!

Let’s start with the good part of President Obama’s State of the Union speech last night, since that’s a much shorter task: He said his administration has “identified $2 trillion in savings over the next decade.” (A decent start against the $3.25 trillion he just spent in one single piece of legislation, but just wait until he tries to gore the sacred cows of members of Congress.)

02/25/2009
FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Activists Call for More Domestic Energy

FreedomWorks North Carolina Legislative Liaison Kathy Hartkopft writes: On Tuesday, February 17, North Carolina FreedomWorks members visited with Senator Richard Burr and the office staff of Senator Kay Hagan.  At a rally held in Raleigh, activists met up with and thanked Senator Burr for his continued support of energy exploration off the North Carolina coast. Activists visited the Raleigh office of Senator Hagan to encourage her to support the measure.

02/19/2009
FreedomWorks Foundation and the Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy Publish Exposé on Anti-Energy Extremists
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FreedomWorks Foundation and the Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy Publish Exposé on Anti-Energy Extremists

FreedomWorks Oregon’s Campaign for Affordable and Reliable Energy (CARE) has joined with the FreedomWorks Foundation to publish and distribute a report to help policymakers understand how extremists hijack the public policy process to further their anti-energy agenda. Radical Environmental Obstructionism will be distributed across Oregon to legislators, mayors, public officials, and key public policymakers.

12/22/2008
Stop New Gas Taxes in Oregon
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Stop New Gas Taxes in Oregon

Oregon’s Governor Kulongoski just proposed a new increase in the gas tax, along with other hikes in vehicle titling fees, and annual registration fees.  The Governor says that his tax and spend plan is “the way to get Oregon out of this economic crisis.”  It’s hard to think of a time when spending money and taxing people more helped anyone in an economic crisis.  This kind of idea hasn’t worked at the federal level, and it won’t work in Oregon.  

11/18/2008

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