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Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage for Seniors Citizens: Empty Promises Aren’t the Prescription America’s Seniors Need
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Medicare and Prescription Drug Coverage for Seniors Citizens: Empty Promises Aren’t the Prescription America’s Seniors Need

For eight years seniors have waited for leadership from the Clinton-Gore Administration to solve America’s Medicare and prescription drug crisis. The White House has not led—worse, this administration walked away from and the House Democrats walked out on bipartisan efforts to strengthen Medicare and provide prescription drug coverage options for seniors. Now, Vice President Gore is playing politics and pushing a dangerous Medicare plan that promises more than it provides. The Gore plan actually will:

09/06/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Consumers in Captivity: In Which Country do FCC Regulators Live?
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Consumers in Captivity: In Which Country do FCC Regulators Live?

A public filing released just before the holiday weekend reveals that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Cable Bureau has intensified scrutiny of the proposed AOL-Time Warner (AOL-TW) merger. This news comes in the midst of countless reports of price wars between cable modem, Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) service, and wireless broadband alternatives. With all of the price competition, why regulate?

09/06/2000
WILL REAL GOP SAY 'NO' TO ADS?
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WILL REAL GOP SAY 'NO' TO ADS?

BY Myriam Marquez

To borrow from rapper Eminem: Will the Real Republicans please stand up, please stand up? Because there are a lot of "slim shadies" out there and fat-cat shady characters running some of the sleaziest and meanest political advertising that voters have endured this primary-election season. And now we're left with the after-primary hangover to contemplate how best to stop this nonsense once and for all.

09/06/2000
CSE Responds to Bush Medicare Proposal
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CSE Responds to Bush Medicare Proposal

“It is heartening to see that Gov. Bush’s plan is one that finally recognizes the failure of Medicare to meet the health care and prescription drug coverage needs for America’s seniors, and works to address those failures—responsibly, not just rhetorically,” stated CSE’s Vice President of Public Affairs, Marty Reiser.

09/05/2000
Workers of the World, Invest!
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Workers of the World, Invest!

Copley News Service, 09/04/2000

09/04/2000
Critical Courses
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Critical Courses

As published in The Washington Post, September 4, 2000 Much is being said about education in this election season. Last week Gov. George W. Bush launched a two-week round of television ads explaining his education reform plans. The week before, Vice President Al Gore spoke during his convention speech about his dedication to and plans for the nation's public schools. Yet with all the talk about class size and vouchers, school construction and teacher training, more needs to be said about the nuts and bolts of education: what is taught in the classroom.

09/04/2000
In Defense of Traditional Education
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In Defense of Traditional Education

As printed in the Hartford Courant, 09/03/2000 LEFT BACK: A CENTURY OF FAILED SCHOOL REFORMS by Diane Ravitch, Simon & Schuster, $30, 544 pp.

09/03/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: FCC: Enough Already with the AOL Merger
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: FCC: Enough Already with the AOL Merger

Sometimes cultural trends take a while to migrate from California to the east coast. And they take a particularly long time to penetrate the Washington Beltway. Take, for example, the Silicon Valley concept of “Internet time,” as in: The pace of our high-tech economy has forced competitive people and businesses to move on Internet time.

09/01/2000
Tell Your Representative to Repeal the Death Tax
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Tell Your Representative to Repeal the Death Tax

The ink has yet to dry on Bill Clinton’s veto of Congress’s bill to eliminate the marriage penalty and now he has vetoed H.R. 8, “The Death Tax Elimination Act,” which would have gradually eliminated the Death Tax over the next 10 years. H.R. 8 is scheduled on the House floor for an override vote on September 7th. Against the tide of bi-partisan support in Congress to eliminate the Death Tax, the administration keeps repeating the stale class-warfare rhetoric that these tax cuts will “benefit the rich.”

08/31/2000
In Defense of Tort Reform in Florida
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In Defense of Tort Reform in Florida

The Orlando Sentinel published an op-ed on August 30th, written by Florida CSE Director Slade O’Brien, entitled “Stand firm against frivolous lawsuits,” in which he defends Florida’s tort reform efforts. Mr. O’Brien references an article that gives a first person account of how destructive frivolous lawsuits can be to an individual and his family. Click on the following icon for the details of the op-ed published in the Orlando Sentinel on August 39th entitled “Stand firm against frivolous lawsuits.”

08/31/2000

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