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Administration Trade Policy Against Canada Significantly Harms Manufactured Housing Buyers According to ACAH
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Administration Trade Policy Against Canada Significantly Harms Manufactured Housing Buyers According to ACAH

Administration Trade Policy Against Canada Significantly Harms Manufactured Housing Buyers According to ACAH

09/19/2001
Transit sales tax pushing ahead
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Transit sales tax pushing ahead

BY Janet Burkitt

Voters last night were approving Snohomish County's proposed sales-tax increase for expanded transit service. If Proposition 1 passes, it will increase the county's sales tax by 3 cents on every $10 purchase, enabling Community Transit (CT) to restore service it eliminated last year after the passage of Initiative 695. I-695, which led to a cut in auto-license fees to a flat $30 per vehicle, cost CT more than $18 million per year, or about 30 percent of its operating budget.

09/19/2001
Texas CSE Members Testify Against Textbooks with Anti-Freedom Message
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Texas CSE Members Testify Against Textbooks with Anti-Freedom Message

Austin – Textbooks proposed for adoption in Texas are little more than science fiction to promote an activist environmental agenda witnesses told the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE) at a hearing in Austin September 6. More than 65 Texas Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) activists showed up to express their opposition to these books. The hearing was followed by a press conference covered my all major media in the State including the Texas State Network.

09/18/2001
Citizens Praise Judge's Decision on Coho Salmon Recovery
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Citizens Praise Judge's Decision on Coho Salmon Recovery

In a victory for sound science, a federal judge in Eugene ruled that the National Marine and Fisheries Service (NMFS) can no longer list Oregon coastal coho salmon as endangered. U.S. District Judge Michael R. Hogan ruled that NMFS erred by not including hatchery- bred salmon in determining endangered species listings. The decision has broad implications all across the Northwest as plaintiffs continue to challenge the validity of federal listings of salmon under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

09/18/2001
ATTACKS HEIGHTEN CALL FOR REDUCED DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN OIL
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ATTACKS HEIGHTEN CALL FOR REDUCED DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN OIL

BY Natalie M. Henry

While some of the energy policy players in Washington were loath to comment on a likely shift in the energy debate due to Tuesday's attacks, policy and market analysts stated clearly that the picture has changed and the impetus to reduce dependence on foreign oil is as strong as ever.

09/17/2001
ATTACKS HEIGHTEN CALL FOR REDUCED DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN; OIL
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ATTACKS HEIGHTEN CALL FOR REDUCED DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN; OIL

BY Natalie M. Henry

While some of the energy policy players in Washington were loath to comment on a likely shift in the energy debate due to Tuesday's attacks, policy and market analysts stated clearly that the picture has changed and the impetus to reduce dependence on foreign oil is as strong as ever.

09/17/2001
NH House, Senate speak out against attack
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NH House, Senate speak out against attack

HOUSE AND SENATE leaders issued resolutions last week expressing official outrage over the World Trade Center attack. Senate President Arthur Klemm stated on behalf of the Senate that it stands with the citizens of New York City and Washington, D.C., "in shock and sorrow over this reprehensible attack on the liberty and freedom to which civilized nations around the globe aspire." The resolution was sent to President George W. Bush and New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.

09/16/2001
There's a Better Way for Snohomish County
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There's a Better Way for Snohomish County

Proposition 1, placed on Snohomish County’s September 18 primary ballot by Community Transit, would increase the sales tax .3 cents per dollar to fund new and existing transit routes and services. This amounts to $39 for every man, woman, and child. There’s a better way.

09/14/2001
We Shouldn't Give Up Battle for Choice in American Schools
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We Shouldn't Give Up Battle for Choice in American Schools

As published in The Dallas Morning News, September 11, 2001 Students have returned from their summer break blissfully unaware of the battles being fought on their behalf across the country. The fiercest and most critical of those battles is being fought over the future shape of our public education system. What is the truth about U.S. public education? It isn't a simple story, of course, but it is one where bad news still is the rule rather than the exception.

09/11/2001
Welcome, Albeit Unsurprising, News in Microsoft Case
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Welcome, Albeit Unsurprising, News in Microsoft Case

The Department of Justice has formally announced it will not seek a court-ordered break-up of Microsoft in the "remedy" phase of the antitrust case against the company. Nor will the DoJ pursue its claim that the inclusion of Internet Explorer in the Windows operating system is illegal. This announcement is evidence that sanity has been restored to the Justice Department, but does nothing to resolve the fundamental policy question raised by the suit: Should a consumer business that increases distribution, lowers prices, and offers laudable products be subject to prosecution?

09/11/2001

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