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Real Reform Means School Choice

02/14/2000
CSE Presses Agenda in South Carolina
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CSE Presses Agenda in South Carolina

Activists want candidates to stick to the issues. After CSE attended over 150 candidate events in Iowa and New Hampshire, the presidential campaigns were not surprised to see our activists turn out in South Carolina. In fact, in a week of sometimes nasty campaigning, the candidates seemed glad to have CSE around to bring the debate back to the issues of lawsuit abuse, tax reform, Internet freedom and school choice.

02/14/2000
Voters want Issues Discussed at Tonight's Debate
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Voters want Issues Discussed at Tonight's Debate

Policy differences, not personal attacks should take center stage

02/14/2000
Reform = Scrap the Code
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Reform = Scrap the Code

Presidential candidates are rapidly staking claim to the mantle of the true "reformer." When it comes to taxes, only a candidate with a real plan to take on the IRS and simplify the current tax code can call himself the "reform" candidate. SCRAP THE CODE: The current tax code is an abomination and makes no sense in today's modern economy. IRS paperwork costs taxpayers at least $135 billion per year - equal to the combined sales of IBM, Intel, Microsoft, America Online and Sun Microsystems. Americans spend 5.7 billion hours each year filing out IRS forms.

02/11/2000
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Message of the Day

Presidential candidates are rapidly staking claim to the mantle of the true “reformer.” When it comes to taxes, only a candidate with a real plan to take on the IRS and simplify the current tax code can call himself the “reform” candidate.

02/11/2000
Governors Should Scrap Internet Tax Plan
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Governors Should Scrap Internet Tax Plan

Copley News Service, 02/11/2000 In the titanic clash under way between Old World thinking and New, the greatest debate is over Internet taxation. The fundamental question is whether to allow state governors to impose a uniform sales tax on on-line purchases nationwide. Congress has empaneled 19 corporate executives, policy experts and public officials to make recommendations by April.

02/11/2000
Real Reform Means School Choice
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Real Reform Means School Choice

Presidential candidates are rapidly staking claim to the mantle of the true “reformer.” With parents across the country dissatisfied with the performance of our schools, no one can truly call themselves a reformer without challenging the status quo monopoly in public education. School choice – giving parents a voice in where their children learn – is the most exciting movement in education today. It provides parents with kids trapped in the worst schools, a chance to provide these children with an equal opportunity for a quality education.

02/10/2000
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Real Reform Means School Choice

02/10/2000
Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café
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Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café

In July 1998, the European Commission and the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) negotiated an agreement intended to reduce CO2 emissions from passenger cars. At the heart of this agreement is a commitment by ACEA to increase automobile fuel-efficiency by nearly 30 percent.

02/09/2000
Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café
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Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café

In July 1998, the European Commission and the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) negotiated an agreement intended to reduce CO2 emissions from passenger cars. At the heart of this agreement is a commitment by ACEA to increase automobile fuel-efficiency by nearly 30 percent.

02/09/2000

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