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Republicans Pledge No New Taxes as Conservatives Lobby Legislature
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Republicans Pledge No New Taxes as Conservatives Lobby Legislature

BY Dennis Patterson

Increased spending, not tax reductions, have helped put the pinch on the state budget, House Minority Leader Richard Morgan told a conservative group lobbying the Legislature on Tuesday. "Some people would like to blame the tax cuts while our side was on the watch," Morgan told about 400 people attending a rally sponsored by Citizens for a Sound Economy. "I would be happy for them to try to make that argument.

06/20/2000
Trial Lawyers Contributed $508,000 to Democratic Senate Campaigns in the Month of April
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Trial Lawyers Contributed $508,000 to Democratic Senate Campaigns in the Month of April

On June 2nd, the Associated Press published an article entitled, “Trial Lawyers Give $500,000 as Legislation Heads to Senate Floor,” outlining the trial lawyers’ campaign to defeat Senate Bills 353 and 1185 which are currently scheduled to be introduced to the Senate floor later this month.

06/19/2000
‘Regulation Through Litigation’ Democracy Undermined
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‘Regulation Through Litigation’ Democracy Undermined

The Washington Post published an editorial on June 7th written by Robert J. Samuelson entitled, “Lawyers Unchained.” The author provides a keen examination of the current climate of ‘regulation through litigation,’ citing numerous cases of national interest including the Justice Department’s antitrust case against Microsoft; and the assaults against the tobacco, gun, and healthcare industries. This is what he wrote:

06/19/2000
Tech Bytes – Tid Bits in Tech News: Government Privacy Commission?
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Tech Bytes – Tid Bits in Tech News: Government Privacy Commission?

Of all the recent Congressional proposals to address online privacy concerns, Representative Asa Hutchinson’s Privacy Commission Act (H.R. 4049) might become law.

06/19/2000
Washington CSE: Huge Impact at State GOP Convention
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Washington CSE: Huge Impact at State GOP Convention

“CSE is doing a great job in this state.” – Kelly Daniels, Political Director to Sen. Gorton

06/18/2000
Death Tax Hurts Economy, Should Be Ended
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Death Tax Hurts Economy, Should Be Ended

Editor: No section of the tax code is more unfair and more dangerous to our entrepreneurial economy than the death tax. With rates as high as 55 percent, the death tax punishes people who build a successful business or farm and try to leave that legacy to their kids. Moreover, the death tax's modest contributions to the federal treasury are dwarfed by its staggering impact on the U.S. economy. The reasons to terminate the death tax are simple: 1. The death tax is unfair.

06/18/2000
Wake Forest Mayor Keeps Pressure On
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Wake Forest Mayor Keeps Pressure On

BY Dinky Kearney

Wake Forest Mayor George Mackie is heeding a time-honored political credo: When in doubt, appoint a committee. The mayor has long claimed Town Hall is rife with corruption. A month ago, he gave town commissioners a list of nine former employees who he said would confirm his allegations of poor management and illegal activity in the police and water departments.

06/17/2000
Marketplace Will Bridge Digital Divide
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Marketplace Will Bridge Digital Divide

Copley News Service, 06/16/2000 Desktop and hand-held computers and Internet technology, wired or wireless, have reached American households and businesses faster than any other technology in the past century, reaching 50 million people in just a few years, according to the Pacific Research Institute.

06/16/2000
Are Lawsuits Costing Us More Than We Think?
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Are Lawsuits Costing Us More Than We Think?

Somewhere in the United States a Lawsuit is Filed Every 10 Seconds of Every Working Hour.

06/15/2000
North Carolina CSE Names Joyce Fernando Activist of the Year
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North Carolina CSE Names Joyce Fernando Activist of the Year

On June 5, 2001, North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy (NC CSE) honored Joyce Fernando as its 2001 Activist of the Year. She received her award at a ceremony at NC CSE’s Annual Day at the Capitol that took place at Halifax Square.

06/15/2000

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