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Bedford petitions ask for special election
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Bedford petitions ask for special election

BY SCOTT DOLAN

BEDFORD — The school board received two petitions last night to hold a special election, less than two weeks after voters rejected a joint proposal for a Bedford public high school and 20-year contract agreement with Manchester schools. The rejection of Article 3, which received 56 percent voter support March 9 but failed to reach the 60 percent requirement, left the town with its standing three-year high school contract with Manchester and $10.6 million to pay over the next two years.

03/23/2004
CSE Key Vote Urges Passage of S. 150, the Internet Tax Freedom Act
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CSE Key Vote Urges Passage of S. 150, the Internet Tax Freedom Act

CSE sent this KEY VOTE NOTICE to the U.S. Senate on March 22, 2004. Dear Senator: Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) and its 360,000 members urge the U.S. Senate to VOTE YES and pass the “Internet Tax Nondiscrimination Act of 2003” (S. 150). This bill would make permanent the expired ban on Internet access taxes and multiple or discriminatory taxes on electronic commerce. S. 150’s permanent ban would protect consumers, prompt investment, and spur innovation.

03/22/2004
Kansas Freedom Update
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Kansas Freedom Update

Tax Hike

03/22/2004
Nevada: May 18th Deadline for Signatures
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Nevada: May 18th Deadline for Signatures

A petition is circulating to repeal the $873 million tax increase passed by Governor Kenny Guinn. The petition, filed by the taxpayer’s coalition Nevadans for Sound Government, is accompanied by another proposal to keep civil servants from holding seats in the legislature. Guinn was able to ramrod his tax hike through the legislature in spite of a constitutional 2/3 supermajority requirement for raising taxes with the help of the State Supreme Court, which ruled that the legislature could waive the amendment. (AP 7/22/03) The petitioners need to collect just over 51,000 signatures by May 18th in order to get the repeal measure on the ballot during the 2004 elections.

03/22/2004
Missouri Freedom Update
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Missouri Freedom Update

Elections

03/22/2004
European Regulators to Impose Punitive "Euro-Tax" on Microsoft
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European Regulators to Impose Punitive "Euro-Tax" on Microsoft

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) today blasted the European Union for its plan to impose a record $613 million fine against Microsoft. According to press reports, the European Commission is set to announce a series of radical remedies, which will include this huge fine along with an unprecedented level of regulation over the American company’s ability to design its own products.

03/22/2004
European Regulators to Impose Punitive "Euro-Tax" on Microsoft
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European Regulators to Impose Punitive "Euro-Tax" on Microsoft

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) today blasted the European Union for its plan to impose a record $613 million fine against Microsoft. According to press reports, the European Commission is set to announce a series of radical remedies, which will include this huge fine along with an unprecedented level of regulation over the American company’s ability to design its own products.

03/22/2004
Bedford expects big turnout at school board meeting
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Bedford expects big turnout at school board meeting

BY SCOTT DOLAN

BEDFORD — The school board expects such a large turnout at tomorrow’s meeting that officials moved the meeting space to the cafeteria of Peter Woodbury School rather than the usual boardroom in the school administrative building. The anticipated crowd, however, may not get many more answers at the 7 p.m. meeting than when voters earlier this month rejected Article 3, a joint proposal to build a new high school and sign a 20-year tuition contract with Manchester to continue taking Bedford’s high school students in the meantime.

03/22/2004
Palm Beach County CSE Chapter Alert!
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Palm Beach County CSE Chapter Alert!

What is a "STRONG MAYOR"? A County Strong Mayor would have primary responsibility for the administration of County Government. This means one person would have responsibility for all departments and employees including financial administration and preparation of the county budget, oversight of county funds, and would have overall general control of all county government. A "Strong Mayor" would create another layer of government and bureaucracy, adding MORE COSTS TO THE TAXPAYERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY!

03/19/2004
Palm Beach County CSE Chapter Alert!
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Palm Beach County CSE Chapter Alert!

What is a "STRONG MAYOR"? A County Strong Mayor would have primary responsibility for the administration of County Government. This means one person would have responsibility for all departments and employees including financial administration and preparation of the county budget, oversight of county funds, and would have overall general control of all county government. A "Strong Mayor" would create another layer of government and bureaucracy, adding MORE COSTS TO THE TAXPAYERS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY!

03/19/2004

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