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Citizens Group Plans Rally in Marion County
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Citizens Group Plans Rally in Marion County

A citizens group based in Montgomery is taking its message to a county represented by a state senator who carried around a $2 million state check for weeks. Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy will hold a "Sweep Montgomery Clean" rally at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Rawls Pavilion on Alabama 233 in Brilliant.

08/17/2001
Rally Set for Bedford's District
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Rally Set for Bedford's District

Alabama Citizens for a Sound Economy, a conservative group that touts lower taxes and less government, has scheduled an anti-corruption rally Saturday in the legislative district of state Sen. Roger Bedford. The group's state director, Twinkle Andress, former executive director of the Alabama Republican Party, said the rally will include barbecue and live bluegrass music. It begins at 5 p.m. in the Marion County town of Brilliant, on the farm property at 12108 Alabama 233.

08/16/2001
Snail Mail's a Reality
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Snail Mail's a Reality

Have you noticed that mail delivery has been tardier than usual lately? "New delivery standards implemented by the U.S. Postal Service earlier this year are adding an extra day for first-class mail delivery to most cities in the West," reported The Associated Press.

08/15/2001
Second Wind for the Global Economy
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Press Release

Second Wind for the Global Economy

Copley News Service, 07/12/2001 Even as the world faces the threat of a global economic downturn, government regulators here and abroad go about the business of destroying wealth, jobs and opportunity, and stifling business and technological innovation. The regulatory burden has to be relaxed quickly, and the United States has to lead the way.

07/12/2001
Grassroots: The Way of the Future
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Press Release

Grassroots: The Way of the Future

A recent article in a major North Carolina newspaper highlighted the development of grassroots support for special interests in North Carolina. Groups such as the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE), the State Employees Association (SEA), and even the North Carolina Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association (NCBWWA) were praised in the article for taking their messages directly to the people.

07/11/2001
CSE President Paul Beckner's Letter to the State Attorney General Regarding the Microsoft Case
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Press Release

CSE President Paul Beckner's Letter to the State Attorney General Regarding the Microsoft Case

Attorney General Robert A. Butterworth Office of the Attorney General Suite PL-01 The Capitol Tallahassee, Florida 32399 Dear Attorney General Butterworth:

06/21/2001
State and Regional
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State and Regional

Here's a sampling of editorial opinion from around the state: August 12 Las Cruces Sun News, on student credit card debt: It's been a couple of years since Tom Udall was New Mexico attorney general, but he hasn't lost his interest in consumer issues. Udall, now a Democratic New Mexico congressman from the 3rd congressional district in the northern part of the state, has put into the political spotlight an issue that is most appropriate as another school year begins: college students who get in trouble from credit-card debt.

06/14/2001
NAIC Considers Reforms In Personal Lines Regulation
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NAIC Considers Reforms In Personal Lines Regulation

BY E. E. MAZIER

As promised at the spring meeting of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners in March, the Improvements to State-Based Systems (EX) Working Group has begun looking into the possibility of modernizing the regulation of personal lines insurance. Insurance regulators, industry trade groups, consumer advocates and educators participated in an interim session in Kansas City, Mo. from April 30 through May 1. A day-and-a-half was devoted to panel presentations and the last half-day consisted of roundtable discussion.

05/21/2001
Give and Take
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Give and Take

BY Jaret Seiberg and Shanon D. Murray

Dorgan bends on airline merger billRather than see his airline merger moratorium bill defeated, Sen. Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., has agreed to exempt AMR Corp.'s acquisition of Trans World Airlines Inc. from the legislation. In a letter sent Friday to Sen. Jean Carnahan, D-Mo., Dorgan said he would accept her amendment excluding the TWA deal from the proposed two-year ban on large airline mergers.

03/27/2001
Collusive Behavior
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Collusive Behavior

BY Frank N. Wilner

Captive shippers frustrated with railroad market power should consider filing antitrust suits that could net them triple the amount of their proven damages, said Glenn Scammel, Republican chief counsel to the House Railroad Subcommittee. But shipper attorneys said the evidentiary burden could be too difficult and that declaring the equivalent of nuclear war against a sole supplier may not be a wise tactic.

03/26/2001

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