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The Death Tax: A Tax We Can All Live Without
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The Death Tax: A Tax We Can All Live Without

CSE strongly believes that the death tax should be completely repealed in order to make the tax code fairer and simpler, and to eliminate the harmful drag this tax has on the economy. Only through total repeal will the tax code take a step toward fundamental reform. The Death Tax needs to be permanently abolished because it punishes the American values of saving and investment by penalizing individuals for passing property along to their family.

05/02/2002
PACs Want 'Flexibility'
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PACs Want 'Flexibility'

BY Ruth Sheehan

People call me cynical sometimes. Let me introduce you to the Citizens for Higher Education and the Economic Development Coalition 2000. The first red flag? The names. Like Citizens for a Sound Economy and the New American Optimists, these groups are thoroughly ambiguous, apple-pie pablum.

05/02/2002
SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM – OWN YOUR FUTURE
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SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM – OWN YOUR FUTURE

Soundbite: Everyday that passes without addressing the Social Security crises is a day lost for enacting real reform. Real reform means the creation of Personal Retirement Accounts (PRA) so that people can create real wealth and enjoy a secure retirement. Although the war on terrorism has taken a lot of time and resources away from legislators, they still must face up to the fact that the Social Security system is going broke, and without a clear mandate for reform, all Americans will suffer.

05/01/2002
It is Time for the Senate to Stop Stone Walling Nominations
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It is Time for the Senate to Stop Stone Walling Nominations

Soundbite: May 9th marks the one-year anniversary of President Bush’s initial nominations to the federal court. Of the first 11 nominations only THREE have been confirmed. It is time for Senators Daschle and Leahy to quit their foot-dragging and politicking and get this nation’s judicial system back on course.

05/01/2002
LEGISLATORS NEED TO CONTROL SPENDING AND MAKE TAX CUTS PERMANENT!
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LEGISLATORS NEED TO CONTROL SPENDING AND MAKE TAX CUTS PERMANENT!

Soundbite: As the politicians debate the annual budget resolution, they need to remember that despite the devastating effects of September 11, Americans remain committed to fiscal discipline. In an effort to further their own political aims, many Members of Congress use this process as an opportunity to push unnecessary, pork barrel projects. Further, some members of Congress, such as Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), want to pay for their bigger spending appetites by increasing Americans’ tax burden. He has already called for repealing portions of the tax cuts that President Bush signed into law last June; we cannot let this tax increase happen. Members of Congress need to know that they cannot get away with spending billions of dollars of your hard earned dollars on more unnecessary government programs and raising taxes on Americans.

05/01/2002
Death Tax - Support the Gramm/Kyl Amendment
for Permanent and Full Repeal
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Death Tax - Support the Gramm/Kyl Amendment <br>for Permanent and Full Repeal

Soundbite: The Death Tax is anti-family, anti-jobs and anti-American. This may be our once chance to kill the Death Tax dead and we need to fight for its complete elimination. While most people believe that this tax only affects the wealthy in fact victims often hit hardest by the Death Tax are middle-class, hard-working Americans - small business owners and employees, family farmers and ranchers.

05/01/2002
Red Ink Rising
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Red Ink Rising

Even before the appropriators have their way with the spending bills for 2003, new studies suggest that the deficit for 2002 may exceed $100 billion. With revenues coming in lower than forecasts and congressional spending advancing at a record pace, taxpayers need to take Congress’ calls for fiscal responsibility with a grain of salt. These days, fiscal responsibility appears to mean a secure stream of tax revenues, not a more prudent approach to federal spending.

04/30/2002
Let’s Win One!
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Let’s Win One!

Senate Republicans, led by Phil Gramm (R-Tex) and John Kyl (R-Ariz) played hardball with Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) and won. They stuck together and forced Daschle to agree to a vote to eliminate the Death Tax. Permanently. This is a big tactical victory and now we must rally the troops, organize and mobilize the grassroots and turn this process victory into a policy victory for America.

04/30/2002
5.8 Percent
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5.8 Percent

Last Friday’s news that U.S. economic output surged by 5.8 percent in the first three months of 2002 was welcomed by President Bush with guarded optimism. Although the economic rebound was greater than anticipated by many in the administration, not all of the news was good. Business investment, the key to the historic growth of the late 1990s, fell for a fifth consecutive quarter and consumer spending, which accounts for two-thirds of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), actually fell by 2.6 percent from the previous quarter.

04/30/2002
Memo to Congressional Leaders
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Memo to Congressional Leaders

Six years ago, Congress took a courageous step to phase out almost all agricultural subsidies. The Freedom to Farm Act of 1996 had the promise of:

04/30/2002

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