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Election 2000 Civil Justice Reform Summary
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Election 2000 Civil Justice Reform Summary

Results CSE engaged in voter education efforts in twelve states. Headlines: Presidential Election Too Close to Call U.S. House Maintains Republican Majority: GOP Congressional Chairman Tom Davis Vows to Take up Tort Reform Early in 2001 U.S. Senate Maintains Narrow Majority. New Tort Reformers Elected, but Some Incumbent Supporters Defeated Tort Reformers Sweep Supreme Court Races in Michigan and Alabama Ohio Court is Unchanged with Justice Resnick Maintaining Her Seat Florida House and Senate Remain Pro-Reform

11/06/2000
Metro In Brief
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Metro In Brief

THE REGION Track Fire Disrupts Section of Blue Line Rush-hour service on Metro's Blue Line was slowed yesterday morning when a piece of construction material caught fire on the third rail between the Capitol Heights and Addison Road stations.

11/05/2000
California CSE Delivers Medicare Message in the Field
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California CSE Delivers Medicare Message in the Field

Pasadena, Calif.—What do 3,320 miles, 1,757 households and numerous questions to candidates have in common? California Citizens for a Sound Economy! CA CSE hit the road nine days before the Nov. 7th election spreading the CSE Medicare message throughout Southern California. In all, CA CSE hit 16 events, distributed hundreds of CSE Medicare literature and yard signs, and spoke with hundreds of voters about the Bush and Gore Medicare plans.

11/04/2000
Education Tops the List for House 61 Rivals
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Education Tops the List for House 61 Rivals

BY Sarah Lindenfeld

RALEIGH -- In one of the most competitive legislative races in North Carolina, voters in Democratic-leaning House District 61 will choose Tuesday between Republican incumbent Art Pope and Democratic newcomer Jack Nichols. Public education is the top priority for the candidates in the district, which stretches from established neighborhoods northwest of downtown Raleigh to newer subdivisions in North Raleigh. But they disagree on how to improve public schools.

11/04/2000
How Does a Broad Tax Cut Affect You?
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How Does a Broad Tax Cut Affect You?

During this election, voters have been presented with two different tax cut plans. One would reduce everyone's tax burden, and the other would only give tax relief to a select few. CSE supports a flat tax as a way of making the tax code fair, flat, and honest. One of these two tax cut plans would move us in that direction, the other would add pages to an already-complex IRS code and require more IRS agents to enforce it.

11/03/2000
Concerned about Social Security? So Are We.
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Concerned about Social Security? So Are We.

One of the biggest issues this election season is Social Security Reform. We at CSE have studied this issue for years, and have booklets, articles, and even long, boring, policy-oriented white papers on the subject. This is our latest Social Security booklet, perhaps you've seen it at one of our events. A Citizen's Guide to Social Security

11/03/2000
The Greatest Prosperity Ever?
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The Greatest Prosperity Ever?

EXCERPT: Now have us believe that today’s superb economy and large federal budget surpluses are a result of their “New Economic Plan” (NEP). The NEP, enacted in 1993, consisted primarily of a huge tax rate increase and planned large budget deficits for the duration of a two-term Clinton presidency. President Clinton is touting the NEP because of his obvious concern for his legacy, and Mr. Gore is using the NEP as a primary argument for his election as President.1 The Gore-2000 web page contends: “[Gore] cast the deciding vote for the 1993 Administration Economic Plan which helped to eliminate the federal budget deficit and provided incentives to promote economic growth.” During the first presidential debate in the 2000 campaign, the vice president went further: “I had the honor of casting the tie-breaking vote to end the old economic plan here at home and put into place a new economic plan that has helped us to make some progress, 22 million new jobs, the greatest prosperity ever.”

11/03/2000
Climate Change: Scientific Fact or Political Fiction?
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Climate Change: Scientific Fact or Political Fiction?

In order to create public support for the United Nations Global Warming Treaty (The Kyoto Protocol), the White House recently released a report called the National Assessment on Climate Change. This report ignores sound science in favor of presenting worst-case scenarios, to the extent that even the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has called the report "extreme" and "alarmist."

11/03/2000
Supreme Court's Cook
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Supreme Court's Cook

BY Stan Baile

MONTGOMERY - Alabama Supreme Court Justice Ralph Cook answered his Republican opponent's call to disavow the Democratic Party's arbitration ads Friday by saying all third-party ads should be stopped. Cook, the Democratic incumbent who is seeking re-election, wrote his Republican opponent, Lyn Stuart, that he expects Alabama voters to "choose the best candidate for Supreme Court Place 1 based on qualifications and experience."

11/03/2000
Tort Reform Affects More than Civil Justice
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Tort Reform Affects More than Civil Justice

Some trial lawyers are creating a cottage industry out of suing the state on behalf of prisoners. This taxes the courts, the criminal justice system and prisons in particular.

11/02/2000

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