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The People Speak Again: Washington CSE Conducts Second Annual CSE Day at the Capitol
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The People Speak Again: Washington CSE Conducts Second Annual CSE Day at the Capitol

"Several hundred people, most members of a conservative group called Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy, buttonholed their legislators Monday with a plea for smaller, cheaper, less restrictive state government." - Associated Press

02/21/2001
Capitol Comment 152 - Congress Can't Help Uninsured Kids If it Doesn't Understand Them
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Capitol Comment 152 - Congress Can't Help Uninsured Kids If it Doesn't Understand Them

As I understand it, there's almost 14 million children uninsured today. -- Senator Tom Daschle (D-SD), January 9, 1997 We have called this news conference today to announce that it is Democrats' number one health priority this year to reverse those trends by guaranteeing access to health care for those 10.5 million children who currently lack coverage. -- Sen. Daschle, January 16, 1997

02/18/2001
Tax Fact #32: White House Drastically Understates Cost of Medicare Reform Proposal
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Tax Fact #32: White House Drastically Understates Cost of Medicare Reform Proposal

Last month, President Clinton announced his plan for "reforming" Medicare, comprised mainly of transferring more tax dollars from the U.S. Treasury and expanding Medicare to include a prescription drug benefit. The administration, however, apparently understated its cost estimates to deflect criticism of the plan. Medicare already costs $210 billion annually, and is projected to cost nearly $500 billion in ten years (without adding any new benefits).

01/01/2001
Summary of CSE's Medicare and Prescription Drug Campaign
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Summary of CSE's Medicare and Prescription Drug Campaign

Citizens for a Sound Economy launched an intensive campaign to educate consumers and senior citizens about the consequences of big government proposals to address the Medicare crisis. Under intense time constraints, the Center was able to educate tens of thousands with the facts on Medicare and shift the terms of debate.

11/09/2000
NC CSE Activists (and Sharkman) Big Splash at Campaign Events
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NC CSE Activists (and Sharkman) Big Splash at Campaign Events

Hamlet, North Carolina—Sharkman joined CSE activists Monday at a rally for U.S. Rep. Robin Hayes that included Senator John McCain, Rep. Lindsay Graham (MI) and Rep. Tom Davis (VA). Sharkman was recognized from the stage by both Robin Hayes and John McCain at the 250-participant rally. “We’re glad to have Citizens for a Sound Economy and Sharkman with us here today,” said Rep. Hayes. McCain said “There’s Sharkman! I tell you, he followed me all over New Hampshire and I’m always glad to see him.” The moment even got emotional when Senator McCain approached Sharkman and tenderly confessed “Sharkman, I love you.”

11/08/2000
CSE Activists Inundate Candidates All Over Michigan
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CSE Activists Inundate Candidates All Over Michigan

Michigan CSE activists and staff barnstormed the state in an effort to educate voters on the issues of prescription drugs and Medicare reform. CSE distributed information throughout the state at numerous campaign rallies and pounded in hundreds of signs that read “Gore Medicare Plan: Prescription for Disaster.” The literature included a booklet that offers a detailed explanation of Medicare’s original intent, current structure and financial future, and a farecard that compares Gore’s price control plans with Bush’s market-oriented reforms.

11/08/2000
CSE’s On-the-Ground Efforts Make the Difference in Florida
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CSE’s On-the-Ground Efforts Make the Difference in Florida

In the wake of the 2000 elections, one thing is abundantly clear: it was the on-the-ground campaign work on the margins that made the difference. This is where CSE focuses its time and resources in Florida—touching more voters than made up the difference between winning and losing. The candidates know CSE’s strength and they heed our message. Throughout the state and in the tight districts, CSE was there to tilt the balance, and we did.

11/08/2000
California CSE Delivers Medicare Message in the Field
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California CSE Delivers Medicare Message in the Field

Pasadena, Calif.—What do 3,320 miles, 1,757 households and numerous questions to candidates have in common? California Citizens for a Sound Economy! CA CSE hit the road nine days before the Nov. 7th election spreading the CSE Medicare message throughout Southern California. In all, CA CSE hit 16 events, distributed hundreds of CSE Medicare literature and yard signs, and spoke with hundreds of voters about the Bush and Gore Medicare plans.

11/04/2000
Empty Promises Aren't the Prescription America's Seniors Need
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Empty Promises Aren't the Prescription America's Seniors Need

BY Richard J. Killion

AFTER EIGHT YEARS OF EMPTY promises, the Clinton/Gore administration has rejected bipartisan solutions to America's Medicare crisis and left seniors with little coverage. Now Vice President Al Gore is at it again, proposing a dangerous Medicare plan that promises more than it provides.

10/30/2000
Florida CSE Crosses the State to Educate Voters on Medicare and Prescription Drugs
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Florida CSE Crosses the State to Educate Voters on Medicare and Prescription Drugs

“All of you should be members of CSE, they are a great organization and they do it right all the time.” – Jim Stelling, Seminole County Republican Chairman

10/27/2000

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