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Bedford CSE To Recommend "No" Vote on All Articles
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Bedford CSE To Recommend "No" Vote on All Articles

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that the Bedford CSE chapter would be recommending a “No” vote on all the articles before the voters of Bedford on the March 9th election.

02/19/2004
Davie County CSE Holds Feb. Meeting
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Davie County CSE Holds Feb. Meeting

On February 18, 2004, at 12 noon, 15 CSE members met in Mocksville, NC at the Prime Sirloin Steak House. The guest speaker was Lt. Gov. candidate Bill Boyd. Bill pledged to support lowering taxes across the board for individuals and corporations and said he would sign the CSE pledge to not raise taxes. Bill agrees with CSE that low, simple tax code will do more to grow the economy and attract new businesses than targeted tax incentive packages.CSE is inviting all candidates in the Lt. Governor race to meet and discuss these important issues.

02/19/2004
CSE Wisconsin Rallies for Social Security Reform
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CSE Wisconsin Rallies for Social Security Reform

Braving near-zero temperatures, CSE activists joined the hundreds of other people demonstrating at the recent Democratic Presidential Debate in Milwaukee. Clamoring for Social Security reform, the activists stood abreast to a variety of other organizations certain in their hopes that their message would carry over to the debate.

02/19/2004
Bedford CSE To Recommend "No" Vote on All Articles
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Bedford CSE To Recommend "No" Vote on All Articles

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that the Bedford CSE chapter would be recommending a “No” vote on all the articles before the voters of Bedford on the March 9th election.

02/19/2004
Davie County CSE Holds Feb. Meeting
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Davie County CSE Holds Feb. Meeting

On February 18, 2004, at 12 noon, 15 CSE members met in Mocksville, NC at the Prime Sirloin Steak House. The guest speaker was Lt. Gov. candidate Bill Boyd. Bill pledged to support lowering taxes across the board for individuals and corporations and said he would sign the CSE pledge to not raise taxes. Bill agrees with CSE that low, simple tax code will do more to grow the economy and attract new businesses than targeted tax incentive packages.CSE is inviting all candidates in the Lt. Governor race to meet and discuss these important issues.

02/19/2004
North Carolina's Polk County CSE Holds February Meeting
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North Carolina's Polk County CSE Holds February Meeting

Twenty-five dedicated CSE members attended the Polk County CSE regular monthly meeting on Feb. 12, 2004. CSE is preparing for an aggressive voter education campaign this fall, and Polk CSE is already laying the groundwork. The meeting was held at Isothermal Community College in Tryon, North Carolina. Check out the great photos of our speakers!

02/18/2004
North Carolina's Polk County CSE Holds February Meeting
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North Carolina's Polk County CSE Holds February Meeting

Twenty-five dedicated CSE members attended the Polk County CSE regular monthly meeting on Feb. 12, 2004. CSE is preparing for an aggressive voter education campaign this fall, and Polk CSE is already laying the groundwork. The meeting was held at Isothermal Community College in Tryon, North Carolina. Check out the great photos of our speakers!

02/18/2004
A March to Remember
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A March to Remember

©2004 Copley News Service, 2/17/2004 February is Black History Month primarily because Abraham Lincoln's birthday is Feb. 12. Unfortunately, the political party he helped to found has lost its historical recognition as the Party of Civil Rights. As I've said previously: The Democratic Party had a terrible history and overcame it; the Republican Party had a great history and turned aside.

02/17/2004
New anti-tax leader rises from ashes of measure
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New anti-tax leader rises from ashes of measure

BY HARRY ESTEVE

Measure 30's crushing defeat did more than force another round of state budget cuts. It crowned a new king of Oregon's anti-tax movement. The one-time ruler, Bill Sizemore, has faded from the landscape, his political organization in shambles after a Portland judge ruled it a "sham charity." Now the effort is being led not by the next crusading personality, but by a tightly run and well-financed national group with a long agenda: Citizens for a Sound Economy.

02/15/2004
New anti-tax leader rises from ashes of measure
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New anti-tax leader rises from ashes of measure

BY HARRY ESTEVE

Measure 30's crushing defeat did more than force another round of state budget cuts. It crowned a new king of Oregon's anti-tax movement. The one-time ruler, Bill Sizemore, has faded from the landscape, his political organization in shambles after a Portland judge ruled it a "sham charity." Now the effort is being led not by the next crusading personality, but by a tightly run and well-financed national group with a long agenda: Citizens for a Sound Economy.

02/15/2004

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