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NORTH CAROLINA: GOP FIELD TO FEATURE A GRAY AREA?
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NORTH CAROLINA: GOP FIELD TO FEATURE A GRAY AREA?

C. Boyden Gray (R), a DC "superlawyer" and ex-Bush 41 WH Counsel, is mulling a bid for the GOP nod to replace retiring Sen. Jesse Helms (R), according to well-informed Hotline GOP sources. His proponents believe Gray would be a "more formidable general election" foe against ex-WH CoS Erskine Bowles (D). As one Gray proponent puts it: "Boyden matches Bowles in money, skills and temperament." Gray is independently wealthy and could "easily self-fund" the race, according to these sources. As for making a final decision to run, friends say they are not sure, but that Gray "has not said 'no'" and seems "undaunted" by Elizabeth Dole's "high place in the polls." Gray, who once clerked for ex-SCOTUS Chief Justice Earl Warren, is a favorite of TV bookers when the issues of the day legal in nature. Search The Hotlinedatabase for "Boyden" during the times of impeachemnt and the FL recount and you'll find numerous hits.

10/24/2001
Cipronymous
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Cipronymous

Not long ago, the names and uses of new pharmaceuticals was an esoteric subject discussed by few outside of the medical community. The public’s exposure to the names of these drugs was limited to scribbles on doctors’ pads and the labels of their prescriptions. Conversely, today the average American not only knows the names of new pharmaceuticals like Viagra and Celebrex, but demands them in consultation with his physician. In fact, a doctor’s willingness to write the prescriptions desired by his patients has become a criterion on which he is judged.

10/23/2001
CSE Impact Update 2.33
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CSE Impact Update 2.33

CSE's Dr. James Miller Discusses Social Security

10/23/2001
Letter to Congress on the Economic Security and Recovery Act of 2001
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Letter to Congress on the Economic Security and Recovery Act of 2001

Dear Member of Congress: The September 11th attacks have left an indelible mark on our national landscape. As we move forward as a united, determined nation, Congress can take important steps to unleash the entrepreneurial spirit of America. With the economy slowing and Americans worried about their economic security, Congress needs to pass a pro-growth economic stimulus package.

10/22/2001
Citizens Rally in Defense of Judge’s Salmon Ruling
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Citizens Rally in Defense of Judge’s Salmon Ruling

In a victory for sound science, a federal judge in Eugene recently ruled that the National Marine and Fisheries Service (NMFS) could 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 federal government, NMFS, and environmental groups are considering appealing the case.

10/22/2001
Challenge of global antitrust
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Challenge of global antitrust

BY James Miller III

The recent GE-Honeywell debacle should be a wake-up call about the potential for antitrust enforcement by foreign governments to affect U.S. companies and, eventually, U.S. consumers.

10/22/2001
War spending puts a squeeze on Social Security panel
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War spending puts a squeeze on Social Security panel

BY Tony Pugh

 New spending on the war against terrorism is adding to worries about the long-term financial health of Social Security. The concern threatens to distract a White House commission created by President Bush to weigh options for reforming the Social Security program. The panel strongly favors allowing individuals to invest a portion of their Social Security payroll tax in stocks and bonds.

10/19/2001
WAR COSTS WORSEN SOCIAL SECURITY ILLS
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WAR COSTS WORSEN SOCIAL SECURITY ILLS

BY TONY PUGH

WASHINGTON -- New spending on the war against terrorism is adding to worries about the long-term financial health of Social Security. The concern threatens to distract a White House commission on Social Security created by President Bush to weigh options for revamping the Social Security program. The panel strongly favors allowing individuals to invest a portion of their Social Security payroll taxes in stocks and bonds.

10/19/2001
Wartime spending threatens plan to reform Social Security
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Wartime spending threatens plan to reform Social Security

BY Tony Pugh

WASHINGTON -- New spending on the war against terrorism is adding to worries about the long-term financial health of Social Security. The concern threatens to distract a White House commission on Social Security created by President Bush to weigh options for reforming the Social Security program. The panel strongly favors allowing individuals to invest a portion of their Social Security payroll tax in stocks and bonds.

10/19/2001
Social Security woes grow in midst of war
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Social Security woes grow in midst of war

BY TONY PUGH

WASHINGTON - New spending on the war against terrorism is adding to worries about the long-term financial health of Social Security. The concern threatens to distract a White House commission on Social Security created by President Bush to weigh options for reforming the program. The panel strongly favors allowing individuals to invest a portion of their Social Security payroll tax in stocks and bonds.

10/19/2001

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