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CSE TV on the Information Highway
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CSE TV on the Information Highway

As the candidates have taken to the main streets of New Hampshire, CSE TV has been there. Check out the exclusive interviews by clicking on the links below: Episode 7 CSE's Sharkman fights for an end to lawsuit abuse Episode 6 CSE TV interviews George W. Bush about tort reform Episode 5 CSE TV interviews Jeb Bush Episode 4 CSE TV covers McCain's signing of the E-Freedom Declaration Episode 3 CSE TV talks with McCain Episode 2 CSE TV fights for the Flat Tax

01/24/2000
Message of the Day
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Message of the Day

Government Goes to Those Who Show Up DES MOINES – Today, as voters head for the polls, Iowa Citizens for a Sound Economy (IA CSE) reiterated its mission to identify, educate, motivate and mobilize Americans who care about free-market solutions to public policy problems. CSE knows that government goes to those who are passionate and who channel those passions into the political process.

01/24/2000
Capitol Comment 259 - What’s a Dollar Raise Really Worth?
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Capitol Comment 259 - What’s a Dollar Raise Really Worth?

Possibly driven by guilt over the raise they just gave themselves, Congress wants to help those at the bottom of the pay scale. Their plan is to help poor Americans by raising the minimum wage one dollar over the next two or three years. It is a bad policy hiding behind a compassionate sound bite.

11/04/1999
Capitol Comment 225 - Rails and Wires: What’s the Difference?
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Capitol Comment 225 - Rails and Wires: What’s the Difference?

As Congress takes up reauthorization of the Surface Transportation Board, lawmakers will surely hear from rail shippers who want expanded "competitive access" for railroads. The basic idea is to treat railroad tracks the same way the 1996 Telecommunications Act treats local telephone wires – as facilities open for use by all competitors at a regulated rate. Under this concept, a shipper served by only one railroad could expand its options by forcing that railroad to let competing railroads use its track.

02/22/1999
Capitol Comment 215 - Do Rail Mergers Mean Higher Rates?
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Capitol Comment 215 - Do Rail Mergers Mean Higher Rates?

The railroad industry has undergone a large number of mergers since 1981, which has raised fears of monopolization. Some economists and most politicians equate the number of competitors or degree of industry concentration with the robustness of competition. They reason that, as mergers leave more shippers served by only one railroad, surely higher rail rates must follow.

11/20/1998
Capitol Comment 214 - Railroad Competitive Access: Re-Regulation in Cheap Clothing
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Capitol Comment 214 - Railroad Competitive Access: Re-Regulation in Cheap Clothing

By most measures, railroad deregulation under the Staggers Act of 1980 has been a resounding success. The Staggers Act lowered real rail rates on most commodities by 15 percent to 25 percent, saved shippers $11 billion to 18 billion annually due to lower rates and more timely service, and staved off a massive taxpayer bailout of an industry that was a financial basket case.1

11/19/1998
Capitol Comment 186 - The FDA Should Come Clean: Consumers Have a Right to Know How Long the FDA Hid Psyllium’s Ability to Fight
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Capitol Comment 186 - The FDA Should Come Clean: Consumers Have a Right to Know How Long the FDA Hid Psyllium’s Ability to Fight

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is America’s number one killer, causing or contributing to more than 750,000 deaths each year. Over half of American adults have borderline or high cholesterol levels, which contribute to CHD. Studies have shown that certain types of fiber (as part of a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet) can help lower one’s cholesterol levels and therefore reduce one’s risk of heart disease.

05/13/1998
Capitol Comment 154 - FDA User Fees Have Done Nothing for Patients
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Capitol Comment 154 - FDA User Fees Have Done Nothing for Patients

Summary: The FDA and the pharmaceutical industry are lobbying Congress heavily to reauthorize the 1992 Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA). Rather than bow to the will of industry or government bureaucrats, Congress should do what is best for patients: reform the FDA and give user fees the study they deserve.

03/19/1997
Capitol Comment 157 - The Case Against OPIC
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Capitol Comment 157 - The Case Against OPIC

"I cannot see any redeeming aspect in the existence of OPIC. It is special interest legislation of the worst kind, legislation that makes the problem it is intended to deal with worse rather than better ... OPIC has no business existing." -- Nobel laureate Milton Friedman September 5, 1996

03/16/1997
Capitol Comment 150 - The FDA's Party Patrol
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Capitol Comment 150 - The FDA's Party Patrol

For every Food and Drug Administration employee who approves life-saving new drugs for patient use, there are more than two FDA employees who scour the countryside looking for regulatory violations. These regulatory cops may or may not do anything to help patients, but some of them have found a new professional interest: bar hopping.

11/12/1996

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