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TORT REFORM RALLIES ACROSS TEXAS
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TORT REFORM RALLIES ACROSS TEXAS

Show your support for tort reform!!! Early voting starts Thursday, Aug 28. Texas CSE is working with the group "Yes on 12" and we are encouraging citizens to turn out for the events Monday in Corpus Christi, Wednesday in Houston and Thursday in Ft. Worth, Dallas and San Antonio. More information on the events is listed below. Remember - Prop 12 will provide immediate relief for doctors, helping lower costs and improve access. If you have questions about Prop 12, ask your family doctor. (After all, who do you trust - greedy trial lawyers or your family doctor?)

08/22/2003
CSE holds first Polk meeting
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CSE holds first Polk meeting

BY Leah Justice

A local chapter of Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is being established in Polk County, and a diverse group of about 40 citizens attended the chapter’s first meeting last week. CSE is a national watchdog group with approximately 35,000 members in its North Carolina chapter. Benny Smith, chairman of the new Polk County CSE Chapter, and George Comparetto, vice-chairman, led the informational meeting last Thursday at Columbus Town Hall.

08/22/2003
Oregonians sound off on state revenue plan
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Oregonians sound off on state revenue plan

BY DANA HAYNES

Statesman Journal (c) Copyright 2003, Statesman Journal. All Rights Reserved. Thursday, August 21, 2003 Legislature; C It didn't take long for Oregonians to speak out for, and against, the revenue package passed Wednesday by the House and Tuesday by the Senate. And it didn't take long for the first threat of going to voters in 2004 to repeal the revenue package.

08/21/2003
Trial Lawyers, the "Albeturkey Eleven", and Texas Textbooks
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Trial Lawyers, the "Albeturkey Eleven", and Texas Textbooks

Your doctor knows the remedy... Early voting on the 22 constitutional amendments begins next Thursday (August 28). Texas CSE is encouraging voters to "Vote FOR Proposition 12" to propote affordability and availability of health care in Texas. Why? Because doctors are leaving the practice - some say that liability insurance represents 45% of the consumer's cost of delivering a baby. Liability insurance has escallated, but health plans, medicare and medicaid are capitated.

08/21/2003
Kerry Opposes Personal Retirement Accounts But Willing to Cut Benefits and Increase Taxes
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Kerry Opposes Personal Retirement Accounts But Willing to Cut Benefits and Increase Taxes

New Hampshire Citizens for a Sound Economy (NH CSE) State Director Chuck McGee today rebuked Sen. John Kerry for suggesting that Social Security could be strengthened by raising taxes and reducing benefits.

08/21/2003
LEGISLATURE SIGNS OFF ON TAX INCREASE
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LEGISLATURE SIGNS OFF ON TAX INCREASE

BY JAMES MAYER

Copyright (c) 2003 Bell & Howell Information and Learning Company. All rights reserved. LOCAL STORIES JAMES MAYER - The Oregonian Dave Hogan and Janie Har of The Oregonian staff contributed to this report. SALEM The Oregon House, defying its Republican leaders, narrowly approved an $800 million tax increase Wednesday to seal the deal on a plan to balance the budget.

08/21/2003
Presidential Candidate Social Security Reform Pledge
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Presidential Candidate Social Security Reform Pledge

This past week NH CSE issued and mailed by certified letter all presidential candidates its Presidential Candidate Social Security Reform Pledge. Dear [Mailed to all Presidential Candidates],

08/20/2003
A "Wake-Up Call" on Energy
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A "Wake-Up Call" on Energy

From Detroit to New York, last week’s blackout plunged millions of Americans into darkness. President Bush said it was a wake-up call to modernize the aging infrastructure of the power grid. But the sudden loss of power serves as an important reminder that all energy—not just electricity—is critical to the American economy. Energy has been an abundant, low-priced resource that today many in America take for granted. As the blackout made clear, without the necessary investments and without sound energy policies, there is no guarantee that the lights will stay on.

08/20/2003
Higher Taxes Would Harm Alabama
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Higher Taxes Would Harm Alabama

On August 20, 2003, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) released a report that shows Governor Bob Riley’s $1.2 billion tax increase plan will cost Alabama jobs, investment and income. The CSE report pulls together information from many different sources to create a complete picture of how the tax hike will effect the state of Alabama. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

08/20/2003
Poll shows most chamber members oppose tax package
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Poll shows most chamber members oppose tax package

BY Dawn Kent, Business Writer

A group opposed to Gov. Bob Riley's $1.2 billion tax package is attacking the Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce's endorsement of the proposal, saying that stance is an unfair representation of its membership. The Decatur chapter of Citizens for a Sound Economy recently completed a telephone poll of chamber members that showed a majority opposes the plan.

08/20/2003

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