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Regulatory Management
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Regulatory Management

BY Carlotta Joyner

02/12/2001
CSE's advice to the 107th Congress
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Press Release

CSE's advice to the 107th Congress

As you depart to your respective retreats, CSE would like you to keep in mind the priority issues for its 280,000 members nationwide. The 107th Congress should provide a number of opportunities to address several key issues and we hope that this information will help you make the case for a pro-active free market, pro-consumer agenda.

01/31/2001
CSE Foundation Files Amicus Brief in the Heinz/Beechnut Merger
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CSE Foundation Files Amicus Brief in the Heinz/Beechnut Merger

CSE Foundation recently filed a “friend of the court brief,” defending the proposed merger of Heinz and Beech-Nut. CSE Foundation has long held that the overzealous antitrust activism practiced by the Clinton Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been harmful to both consumers and the marketplace. The FTC’s latest attempt to block this merger is no different.

01/04/2001
North Carolina CSE Story 2000
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North Carolina CSE Story 2000

12/07/2000
Don't Forget the Guy In Charge
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Don't Forget the Guy In Charge

Copley News Service, 12/06/2000

12/06/2000
Comments on Aviation Noise Abatement Policy 2000
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Comments on Aviation Noise Abatement Policy 2000

Submitted to: Office of the Chief Counsel Federal Aviation Administration Attention: Rules Docket (AGC-200) Docket Number [30109] 800 Independence Avenue, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20591 Comments on: Aviation Noise Abatement Policy 2000 July 14, 2000 (65 FR 43802) Submitted by: Wayne T. Brough, Ph.D and Jason M. Thomas On behalf of: Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation 1250 H Street, NW Suite 700 Washington, D.C. 20005

10/24/2000
Legislation Determining the Jefferson Award Recipients
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Legislation Determining the Jefferson Award Recipients

The following bills were keyvoted to determine who would receive a Jefferson Award. House of Representatives Key Votes HCR 68 - The congressional budget plan is premised on the belief that the mounting budget surpluses are, in fact, a surplus of tax dollars that should be returned to taxpayers. Congress's budget plan contains three encouraging elements:

10/06/2000
Jefferson Awards
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Jefferson Awards

Citizens for a Sound Economy is proud to announce the Jefferson Award winners for the 106th Congress. The Jefferson Award recognizes Members of Congress for supporting CSE's efforts in fighting for less government, lower taxes and more freedom. Over the past two years, CSE has key voted a number of votes, tracking how your representatives and senators voted on our key issues. Issues include: Tax & Budget, Tort Reform, Environment, Health, Labor & Education, and Technology. See below to view the specific legislation that was key voted.

10/06/2000
Capitol Comment 289 - Assessing Antitrust Activism: FTC v. Staples Revisited
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Capitol Comment 289 - Assessing Antitrust Activism: FTC v. Staples Revisited

As the Clinton administration draws to a close, it is appropriate to ask whether the past eight years of renewed antitrust activism have helped or harmed consumers. An excellent test case is the June 1997 preliminary injunction killing the proposed Staples-Office Depot merger, which was at the time arguably the most significant antitrust case brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) during the 1990s.

10/06/2000
North Carolina Jefferson Award Winners 2000
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North Carolina Jefferson Award Winners 2000

House of Representatives Cass Ballenger - 10th District Richard Burr - 5th District Robin Hayes - 8th District Sue Myrick - 9th District Charles Taylor - 11th District

10/06/2000

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