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Ask Dems About Social Security
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Ask Dems About Social Security

Michael Tanner is director of the Cato Institute Project on Social Security Choice.

11/25/2003
Tax foes must submit petition signatures today
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Tax foes must submit petition signatures today

BY BRAD CAIN

Times are still tough in Oregon — and a tax increase will make them even tougher, says Dana Tokarski, a 33-year-old mother of four. “In our family, we have a budget to keep. We would definitely feel any kind of increase in our taxes. It would make a difference,” she said. A movement is under way among Oregon voters to repeal a tax surcharge set to take effect in the spring. The movement began a few months ago, when the Legislature passed the increase, but it has gained momentum in recent weeks because of signs that Oregon’s economy is improving.

11/25/2003
SENATE: CSE Key Votes NO on H.R. 1, the “Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003.”
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SENATE: CSE Key Votes NO on H.R. 1, the “Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003.”

Dear Senator, On behalf of the more than 300,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote NO on the Conference Report on H.R. 1, the “Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003.” In 2020, Medicare’s spiraling costs are projected to eat up 20 percent of all income tax revenue. The current fee-for-service Medicare program is unsustainable, and this proposal will accelerate the Medicare crisis.

11/24/2003
SENATE: CSE Key Votes NO on H.R. 1, the “Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003.”
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SENATE: CSE Key Votes NO on H.R. 1, the “Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003.”

Dear Senator, On behalf of the more than 300,000 members of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), I urge you to vote NO on the Conference Report on H.R. 1, the “Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003.” In 2020, Medicare’s spiraling costs are projected to eat up 20 percent of all income tax revenue. The current fee-for-service Medicare program is unsustainable, and this proposal will accelerate the Medicare crisis.

11/24/2003
Kinnan: Internet Tax Radio Interview
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Kinnan: Internet Tax Radio Interview

"The Voice," Monday, Nov. 24 at 11:15am EST to talk about the Internet Tax. The phone number for the show is 877-958-5850. My office number is 865-584-TNCU The Voice airs Monday through Friday from 10:00 am to Noon on the Horne Radio Network. The Network is comprised of five stations covering the Knoxville metropolitan area: 850 AM WKVL KNOXVILLE, TN 670 AM WMTY FARRAGUT, TN 1140 AM WLOD LOUDON, TN 1400 AM WGAP MARYVILLE, TN

11/24/2003
Cato Report: The Internet Tax Solution
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Cato Report: The Internet Tax Solution

An important new report from Cato on the Internet Tax debate published on Oct. 23, 2003.

11/21/2003
Phil Kent to Headline CSE Broward County Chapter Meeting
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Phil Kent to Headline CSE Broward County Chapter Meeting

Citizens for a Sound Economy is a grassroots organization leading the fight for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Come learn how we make a difference!

11/21/2003
Phil Kent to Headline CSE Broward County Chapter Meeting
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Phil Kent to Headline CSE Broward County Chapter Meeting

Citizens for a Sound Economy is a grassroots organization leading the fight for lower taxes, less government, and more freedom. Come learn how we make a difference!

11/21/2003
U.S. House aims for Medicare drug vote
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U.S. House aims for Medicare drug vote

BY Joanne Kenen

WASHINGTON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - With some crucial conservatives still vowing to defy Republican leaders and vote 'no', the U.S. House of Representatives opened debate on Friday on sweeping legislation to overhaul the Medicare health program for the elderly. The legislation, a priority of President George W. Bush as he prepares to seek re-election next year, would add a prescription drug benefit to Medicare and introduce far-reaching reforms to restrain costs and expand the role of private managed-care plans in caring for the elderly.

11/21/2003
Division on the Right
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Division on the Right

BY Ramesh Ponnuru

No conservative can be happy about giving at least $400 billion in additional taxpayer funding to an entitlement program. Many conservatives would have been willing to go along with the expansion of Medicare if they thought that the program would simultaneously be reformed in a major way. Most conservatives outside Congress don't believe that the current Medicare bill offers nearly enough reform. Accordingly, it is being opposed by the Heritage Foundation, the Cato Institute, Citizens for a Sound Economy, the Wall Street Journal, National Review, and other conservative organizations. A few brave Republican congressmen, notably Reps. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and Mike Pence of Indiana, have also declared their opposition.

11/21/2003

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