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Iowa CSE Activists Demand: "We Want Less," As They Storm the Capitol
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Iowa CSE Activists Demand: "We Want Less," As They Storm the Capitol

Des Moines, IA - Proclaiming the CSE mantra, "We Want Less," close to100 Iowa Citizens for a Sound Economy activists arrived at the Capitol steps to let their representatives know that price controls on prescription drugs is a bad remedy for the Medicare and prescription drug problem.

03/13/2001
SEC Letter to Senators Lott,
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SEC Letter to Senators Lott,

The following Senators received the letter printed below: Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle and Senator Judd Gregg March 13, 2001

03/13/2001
Florida CSE Foundation Hosts Antitrust Panel at High-Technology Conference
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Florida CSE Foundation Hosts Antitrust Panel at High-Technology Conference

Jacksonville, Florida - As the leading organization in the state dedicated to educating grassroots activists, media and policy makers on important public policy issues, Florida Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation (CSEF) hosted a competition and antitrust panel at the Draughon Technology Conference in Jacksonville, Florida. Among the important topics discussed at the conference such as Internet taxes, privacy, the digital divide, and the broadband debate, CSEF’s panel delved into the U.S. Department of Justice’s enforcement of antitrust policy, using the Microsoft antitrust case as the focal point of discussion.

03/13/2001
Ask Dr. Brough: Three Questions Everyone is Asking About Ergonomics
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Ask Dr. Brough: Three Questions Everyone is Asking About Ergonomics

1. How will Ergonomics labor regulations impact workplace flexibility in the United States?

03/12/2001
Schools Seek More Funding to Meet Goal
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Schools Seek More Funding to Meet Goal

BY T. Keung Hui

RALEIGH -- Wake County school officials want taxpayers to come up with an additional $ 93.8 million over the next three years to help students reach ambitious performance goals.

03/12/2001
Public Periscope
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Public Periscope

BY Jim Camden

Pat on the back

03/12/2001
Early Wins Embolden Lobbyists for Business
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Early Wins Embolden Lobbyists for Business

BY Dan Morgan and Kathleen Day

Buoyed by their headiest week in recent memory, business lobbyists are dusting off dozens of long-stalled legislative proposals in hopes of cashing in on a new pro-business climate fostered by Republican control of the White House.

03/11/2001
Antitrust On and Off Screen
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Antitrust On and Off Screen

BY Jason Thomas

It was by coincidence that MGM's "Antitrust" debuted the same day the Justice Department and 19 states' attorneys general continued their own antitrust production against Microsoft. Both offerings depicted monopoly power and unchecked aggression. Unfortunately, both the government's floundering case and MGM's box-office dud are filled with so much inanity that neither can be taken seriously.

03/11/2001
Broad Alliance Forms to Oppose NC Lottery
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Broad Alliance Forms to Oppose NC Lottery

BY Mark Johnson

On Tuesday, former Gov. Jim Martin, a Republican, will join forces with former Democratic state Treasurer Harlan Boyles. Corporate titan Chairman Alan Dickson will team with Bill Friday, an icon in philanthropy and academia and the first president of the modern N.C. university system. Liberal former newspaper publisher Frank Daniels Jr. will sign on with conservative former legislator Chuck Neely.

03/10/2001
Lottery Opponents not Folding
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Lottery Opponents not Folding

BY Yonat Shimron

Gov. Mike Easley's call for a state lottery is about to get an emphatic answer: Some of the state's religious, business, academic and civic leaders are mounting a vigorous campaign to stop it. A group, including two former governors, a retired chief justice and two former UNC system presidents, plans to step forward next week - tentatively Tuesday - to announce its opposition to a lottery. The action comes after leaders of the United Methodist Church sent a letter to the governor, pledging to do all they could to resist a lottery.

03/10/2001

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