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Dunc Chaplin Named Strafford County Chair
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Dunc Chaplin Named Strafford County Chair

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee announced today that retired Col. Dunc Chaplin has been selected as the organization’s Strafford County Chairman. “We are honored to have the volunteer efforts and experience of Dunc Chaplin helping us promote the issue of Social Security reform and our New Hampshire Freedom Agenda,” said McGee. “Dunc is a perfect example of the difference that can be made through citizen involvement and citizen participation.”

08/06/2003
North Carolina Representative Connie Wilson speaks at Mitchell County CSE Chapter
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North Carolina Representative Connie Wilson speaks at Mitchell County CSE Chapter

Representative Connie Wilson, Chairman of the Commerce Committee in the State House spoke Tuesday evening in Bakersville, North Carolina before a crowd of 50 activists. She addressed the need for economic development in rural Northwest North Carolina and praised NC CSE for their efforts to fight against tax increases. Representative Wilson was one of the keynote speakers in Raleigh this year for CSE Day and voted against tax increases in the budget. She challenged CSE members to stay involved in legislative process.

08/06/2003
JFK Cut Taxes; Alabama Shouldn't Raise Them
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JFK Cut Taxes; Alabama Shouldn't Raise Them

The closer to September 9 we get, the more Gov. Riley stretches for excuses for pushing the largest tax increase in state history. Tuesday, Riley attempted to compare his massive tax increase to former President John F. Kennedy’s call to send a man to the moon.

08/06/2003
Don't make waves
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Don't make waves

BY Editorial

Copyright (c) 2003 Bell & Howell Information and Learning Company. All rights reserved. Tuesday, August 5, 2003 OPINION

08/05/2003
Group protests blocks to judicial nominees
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Group protests blocks to judicial nominees

BY Steven Harmon

Tuesday, August 05, 2003 Protesters met U.S. Sen. Carl Levin on his way to a meeting with supporters Monday in Allegan because he has blocked President Bush's nominees to a federal appeals court. State Rep. Fulton Sheen, R-Plainwell, and about 20 other people gathered outside the Allegan County Vocational Center and demanded that Levin "free the Michigan four."

08/05/2003
The Case of the Missing Copyright Law
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The Case of the Missing Copyright Law

There's nothing like a good mystery. This story reminds me more of a subtle case of stolen art or child abduction that got swept under the rug rather than a grand robbery that grabbed attention like Napster did. Though, the story of Mp3.com, an online music destination site, wasn't supposed to belong in the category of great detective books. The case of Mp3 began around the time of the launch of two new my.mp3.com services and appeared to end two years ago at the sale of the company. The ending unveiled the real mystery: the sale resulted from a questionable copyright issue regarding these services, which seems unresolved still, raised by the acquirer.

08/04/2003
Best Texas tradition is working to resolve disagreements
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Best Texas tradition is working to resolve disagreements

Monday, August 4, 2003 There's been a great deal of noise created about "Texas Senate tradition" as the Legislature addresses congressional redistricting during a special session. Nobody wants to protect genuine Texas traditions more than I do.

08/04/2003
Judging the New Nevada Tax Hike
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Judging the New Nevada Tax Hike

On July, 21, after weeks of debate, the Nevada state legislature passed a budget that included a record $836 million in new taxes to fund public schools. The budget battle is becoming a circus act, featuring a lawsuit from Governor Kenny Guinn against the state legislature, a Supreme Court decision to suspend the voter-approved two-thirds supermajority requirement to raise taxes, and multiple attempts by state politicians to raise taxes by close to a billion dollars.

08/04/2003
Michigan CSE Rallies to "Free the Michigan Four" Targets Senator Levin’s Obstructionism
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Michigan CSE Rallies to "Free the Michigan Four" Targets Senator Levin’s Obstructionism

The Allegan County Chapter of Michigan Citizens for a Sound Economy (MI CSE) held a rally today to protest Senator Carl Levin’s obstruction of President Bush’s nominations for the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. State Representative Fulton Sheen and about twenty other Michigan citizens gathered outside the Allegan County Vocational Centerwhere the Senator was visiting, and demanded that Levin "Free the Michigan Four."

08/04/2003
Noon Today: Allegan Rally Targets Sen. Levin
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Noon Today: Allegan Rally Targets Sen. Levin

Senators Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow continue to block President Bush’s four nominees to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.

08/04/2003

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