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Property Rights Back on the Radar in California
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Property Rights Back on the Radar in California

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03/22/2007
FreedomWorks Holds Property Rights Protest in North Carolina
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FreedomWorks Holds Property Rights Protest in North Carolina

NORTH CAROLINA.  FreedomWorks members gathered together to protest in favor of private property rights and against forced annexation.  Members gave out bumper stickers on Tuesday, they are starting  to sprout like the spring flowers.  The shirt stickers came Wednesday afternoon so we will use them at the next meeting. Thanks!

03/19/2007
That Pesky Constitution
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That Pesky Constitution

This piece originally appeared in the Kernersville News. The recent editorial entitled “An emotional debate” was certainly titled appropriately. Since liberal arguments are always based on emotion and feelings rather than sound and reasoned logic. The editorial refers to bills being introduced by Rep. Larry Brown and Sen. Fred Smith to protect private property rights.

03/14/2007
Season’s Greetings from FreedomWorks Washington
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Season’s Greetings from FreedomWorks Washington

2006 has been a productive year for FreedomWorks Washington. Some of our highlights include: A FreedomWorks Day at the Capitol in Olympia. Activists participated in a tour of the newly renovated capitol, listened to policy briefings from some of the state’s premier think tanks, and had the opportunity to personally lobby their legislators for lower taxes and less government.

12/07/2006
Update: A Dozen Candidates Sign Washington State Property Tax Pledge
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Update: A Dozen Candidates Sign Washington State Property Tax Pledge

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10/26/2006
FreedomWorks Joins 75 Organizations in Call for Eminent Domain Reform in Senate
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FreedomWorks Joins 75 Organizations in Call for Eminent Domain Reform in Senate

WASHINGTON — Yesterday, a letter signed by seventy-five organizations and policy leaders from across the country was sent to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) requesting that the Senate advance legislation upon return in November to limit the ability of states and localities to abuse eminent domain. The coalition was organized by www.propertyrightsalliance.org.

10/20/2006
FreedomWorks North Carolina Has Booth at Marion Dinner
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Has Booth at Marion Dinner

MARION, NORTH CAROLINA.  On August 31, 2006, FreedomWorks volunteers manned a booth at the Columbia Forest Product Dinner.  Pictured here are folks picking up material at our booth; we distributed property rights material, United Nations tax and telecom reform material.

09/05/2006
FreedomWorks Leads Rally at Idaho State Capitol
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FreedomWorks Leads Rally at Idaho State Capitol

IDAHO. On August 25th, FreedomWorks activists rallied on the steps of the Idaho Capitol during the special session of the legislature. Shown here (photo 2) talking with Rep. Pete Neilson (R-22)   Activists were interviewed by the following media: Boise TV - Channel 2 Idaho Falls TV - Channel 7 The Idaho Statesman (Boise) The Idaho Press Tribune (Nampa/Calwell) - photos only The Post Registar (Idaho Falls)   Over twenty state legislators stopped and talked to the activists and thanked them for coming. The most common remarks were: "It's good to see conservatives here for a change" and "You people are really informed on the issue, it's great to talk to you."     Activists quoted in the Idaho Statesman http://www.idahostatesman.com/

08/28/2006
FreedomWorks on the Move in Morehead City, North Carolina
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FreedomWorks on the Move in Morehead City, North Carolina

On Friday last week, FreedomWorks North Carolina State Director Allen Page attend and spoke at the Crystal Coast Republican Women  lunch.  The eent was in Morehead City, 12 women attended.  Topics covered included tabor, property rights, school choice, tort reform.   Pictured here is Carteret County Commissioner Pat McElraft signing the FreedomWorks pledges for the state legislature.  Ms. McElraft is running for State House District 13.  

08/21/2006
IDAHO SPECIAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE
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IDAHO SPECIAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE

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08/11/2006

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