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Higher Taxes Would Harm Alabama
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Higher Taxes Would Harm Alabama

On August 20, 2003, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) released a report that shows Governor Bob Riley’s $1.2 billion tax increase plan will cost Alabama jobs, investment and income. The CSE report pulls together information from many different sources to create a complete picture of how the tax hike will effect the state of Alabama. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

08/20/2003
Poll shows most chamber members oppose tax package
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Poll shows most chamber members oppose tax package

BY Dawn Kent, Business Writer

A group opposed to Gov. Bob Riley's $1.2 billion tax package is attacking the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce's endorsement of the proposal, saying that stance is an unfair representation of its membership. The Decatur chapter of Citizens for a Sound Economy recently completed a telephone poll of chamber members that showed a majority opposes the plan.

08/20/2003
Hasta La Vista, Buffett
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Hasta La Vista, Buffett

©2003 Copley News Service, 8/19/2003 There is a long and tragic tradition that runs through American politics in which politicians spend themselves into a fiscal crisis during good economic times and then raise taxes to bail themselves out when a recession hits and revenues plummet. This is precisely what's going on today in Alabama and California.

08/19/2003
The Howard Dean Economic Record
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The Howard Dean Economic Record

“I think most of the [P]resident's tax cut ought to be repealed. It's very bad economic policy.” -- Howard Dean (NBC's "Meet The Press," July 21, 2002) Despite his liberal stances on many social issues, Dean claims to be the most fiscally conservative governor Vermont has had in the last 40 years. This may have been true at the beginning of his career as governor, when the Cato Institute gave him B’s in 1994 and 1996 for his fiscal policy. However, his grades slipped to C’s in 1998 and 2000, and in 2002 Cato gave him a D.

08/19/2003
CAMPAIGNS OF 2003 ALABAMA TAX REFERENDUM: IS AL GOP TAKING CRAZY PILLS?
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CAMPAIGNS OF 2003 ALABAMA TAX REFERENDUM: IS AL GOP TAKING CRAZY PILLS?

BY The Hotline

American Political Network The Hotline Volume 10 No. 9 Copyright (c) 2003 by American Political Network, Inc. August 19, 2003 CAMPAIGNS OF 2003 ALABAMA TAX REFERENDUM: IS AL GOP TAKING CRAZY PILLS?

08/19/2003
Alabama Tied in Knots by Tax Vote
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Alabama Tied in Knots by Tax Vote

BY Dale Russakoff, Washington Post Staff Writer

Sunday, August 17, 2003; Page A01 PELHAM, Ala. -- Amid suburban sprawl that has obliterated farms and timber stands and even a hideout where the Ku Klux Klan plotted the infamous Birmingham church bombing, Alabama Republican Party Chairman Marty Connors paused on a recent day over hash browns and eggs in a local Cracker Barrel, struggling to make sense of the latest turn in Alabama politics.

08/17/2003
Howard Dean stops in Ypsilanti
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Howard Dean stops in Ypsilanti

BY PATTY MAHER, News Staff Reporter

Sunday, August 17, 2003 About half of the crowd gathered at an Ypsilanti backyard fund-raiser for Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean said they haven't been involved in a political campaign in at least 10 years. From Our Advertiser Many said they were drawn to the former Vermont governor by the grassroots nature of his campaign, which has taken Internet fund-raising and networking to a new level.

08/17/2003
Michigan CSE “Welcomes” Howard Dean
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Michigan CSE “Welcomes” Howard Dean

Members of Michigan Citizens for a Sound Economy (MI CSE) welcomed Democrat presidential candidate Howard Dean to Michigan today with a protest against his support for tax increases. Citizen members of MI CSE gathered to protest because Mr. Dean has called for the repeal of the President’s tax cuts and citizens do not want vital tax relief snatched back from them. Taking away tax cuts will lead to more spending and will threaten the burgeoning economic growth we are currently experiencing.

08/16/2003
Personal Injury Trial Lawyers Misleading Texas Voters: Round I
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Personal Injury Trial Lawyers Misleading Texas Voters: Round I

Witnesses may be asked "tell the truth and nothing but the truth" but trial lawyers don't appear to know how to tell the truth. Remember that trial lawyer who had been inhaling too much ambulance exhaust? Well, here they go again! Personal injury lawyers and their front-groups stepped up their campaign at a news conference last week, in an attempt to mislead the voters and change the subject away from health care. These groups tried to make the connection that Proposition 12 will prevent crime victims from suing businesses on premise liability grounds. Lies, lies, lies!

08/15/2003
Personal Injury Trial Lawyers Misleading Texas Voters: Round I
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Personal Injury Trial Lawyers Misleading Texas Voters: Round I

Witnesses may be asked "tell the truth and nothing but the truth" but trial lawyers don't appear to know how to tell the truth. Remember that trial lawyer who had been inhaling too much ambulance exhaust? Well, here they go again! Personal injury lawyers and their front-groups stepped up their campaign at a news conference last week, in an attempt to mislead the voters and change the subject away from health care. These groups tried to make the connection that Proposition 12 will prevent crime victims from suing businesses on premise liability grounds. Lies, lies, lies!

08/15/2003

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