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Government Goes to Those Who Show Up DES MOINES – Today, as voters head for the polls, Iowa Citizens for a Sound Economy (IA CSE) reiterated its mission to identify, educate, motivate and mobilize Americans who care about free-market solutions to public policy problems. CSE knows that government goes to those who are passionate and who channel those passions into the political process.

01/24/2000
Tax Update from Iowa
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Tax Update from Iowa

Iowa CSE will travel close to 10,000 miles this week and attend over 120 candidate events. Every where we have gone, the candidates have heard our message, been asked about their tax plans. Most importantly, they have seen real grassroots support for scrapping the code.

01/22/2000
CSE pushes Class Action Reform in Iowa
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CSE pushes Class Action Reform in Iowa

Iowa CSE will travel close to 10,000 miles this week and attend over 120 candidate events. Every where we have gone, the candidates have heard our message about the need for an end to lawsuit abuse and class action reform. George W. Bush greeted the now famous Tort Shark on the streets of Indianola, Iowa, saying “Hello Sharkman, how it’s going today.” Governor Bush followed it up with CSE staff, telling us he needs our help on tort reform with the Congress. “I’m honored to have you here."

01/22/2000
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Governor Bush wants the first decade of the 21st Century to remain Internet Tax-Free. CSE has asked all Presidential candidates to sign the E-Freedom pledge, which includes making permanent the current moratorium on Internet Taxation. To date, Steve Forbes, John McCain, Orrin Hatch and Gary Bauer have signed the pledge. Governor Bush has declined to sign pledge.

01/22/2000
CSE rallies Iowans to limit Government Intervention in Cyberspace
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CSE rallies Iowans to limit Government Intervention in Cyberspace

A lawsuit a day keeps innovation at bay

01/22/2000
CSE ‘Shark Man’ Rallies Iowa Voters to End Lawsuit Abuse
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CSE ‘Shark Man’ Rallies Iowa Voters to End Lawsuit Abuse

Texas Gov. George W. Bush yesterday greeted his old friend by saying, “Hello Shark Man” and thanked Iowa Citizens for a Sound Economy (IA CSE) for showing up to demand an end to lawsuit abuse. As Bush greeted voters across the state of Iowa and spoke about his support of tort reform, CSE’s Shark Man was on hand to help educate citizens about how trial lawyers are robbing decent, honest Americans of their money, trust, freedom, values, and peace of mind.

01/21/2000
Shark Man travels Iowa
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Shark Man travels Iowa

Des Moines Iowa, January 20, 2000 CSE talks Lawsuit Abuse with Presidential candidates George W. Bush greeted the now famous Tort Shark on the streets of Indianola, Iowa, saying “Hello Sharkman, how it’s going today.” Governor Bush followed it up with CSE staff, telling us he needs our help on tort reform with the Congress. “I’m honored to have you here.”

01/21/2000
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Governor Bush’s Tax Cut Moves in the Right Direction by Keeping Money Out of Washington and Simplifying the Code CSE believes tax relief is needed and fair. Americans are paying the highest taxes in history and we have record budget surpluses. If we can’t cut taxes now, when can we? Governor Bush has proposed a $483 billion tax cut. The tax cut provides all working Americans with tax relief. It reduces the marriage penalty and eliminates the death tax.

01/20/2000
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End Lawsuit Abuse by Stopping the Class Action Lottery Trial lawyers are abusing a legal tool called the class action to rob decent, honest Americans of their money, trust, freedom and peace of mind. A class action allows the claims of hundreds or even thousands of individuals to be ruled upon in one court case. Used for their intended purpose, class actions can be a positive device. It can save time and money. But plaintiffs lawyers, like the ones we see on T.V. are abusing class actions on the state level.

01/19/2000
Class Action Lottery Frivolous, Tort Reform Necessary
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Class Action Lottery Frivolous, Tort Reform Necessary

Today, Iowa Citizens for a Sound Economy (ICSE) lashed out against frivolous lawsuits, demanding that the legal system be returned to honest Americans with real grievances. “Right now trial lawyers are using a legal tool called the class action to rob decent, honest Americans of their money, trust, freedom and peace of mind” said Iowa CSE Director Jason Gross. “It’s time to stop this injustice.” Iowa CSE will hold a rally today at the state capitol in support of tort reform. The noon rally will feature State Rep. Charles Larson, Jr. and State Sen. Larry McKibben.

01/19/2000

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