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REPUBLICANS MAKE LOVE, [. . . LOTS OF IT], NOT WAR
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REPUBLICANS MAKE LOVE, [. . . LOTS OF IT], NOT WAR

BY David Reinhard

Can you feel the love tonight? The Republicans have created a vast prairie of niceness here in the City of Brotherly Love, and on this range that the GOP calls home this week there never is heard a discouraging [public] word. About Bill Clinton. Or Al Gore and the Democrats.

08/02/2000
West Virginia Chief Justice Maynard Faults Medical Monitoring Law
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West Virginia Chief Justice Maynard Faults Medical Monitoring Law

BY BARRY BAUMAN

Note to Readers: We are publishing periodic progress reports from federal and state organizations leading the civil justice reform effort. Ask them to e-mail their reports to the Editor, Al Driver, at metcorc@cs.com. Help us to let our 25,000 corporate counsel readers know of the progress being made and how they and their corporations can contribute to the effort. They want to help. They only need to be asked. Tort Reform Summit 2000 Several organizations involved in civil justice reform next month will sponsor Tort Reform Summit 2000 in Napa, CA. The Summit will take place on Friday and Saturday, September 15 and 16 at The Doctors Company, 185 Greenwood Road, Napa, CA. The co-sponsoring agencies include: the American Tort Reform Association, Citizens for Civil Justice Reform, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Civil Justice Association of California, the Civil Justice Reform Group, the National Association of Manufacturers, the National Association of Neighborhoods, the National Federation of Independent Business, the Physicians Insurers Association of America, The Doctors Company, the United States Chamber of Commerce, and the Washington Legal Foundation. For further information, call Richard E. Anderson of The Doctors Company at (707) 226-0237.

08/01/2000
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel ANNUAL INDEX GREATER METROPOLITAN NEW YORK
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The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel ANNUAL INDEX GREATER METROPOLITAN NEW YORK

I. LAW FIRM ARTICLES AKIN, GUMP, STRAUSS, HAUER & FELD, L.L.P. Laches: More Than A Matter Of Time, It Is A Defense That Potential Claimants Should Not Delay In Considering Larry E. Tanenbaum and Shari L. Fleishman - 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 20. Navigating The U.S. Government's Export Restrictions On Encryption Technology Edward L. Rubinoff and Stephen J. Claeys - 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 17.

08/01/2000
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel ANNUAL INDEX GREATER METROPOLITAN NEW YORK
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The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel ANNUAL INDEX GREATER METROPOLITAN NEW YORK

I. LAW FIRM ARTICLES AKIN, GUMP, STRAUSS, HAUER & FELD, L.L.P. Laches: More Than A Matter Of Time, It Is A Defense That Potential Claimants Should Not Delay In Considering Larry E. Tanenbaum and Shari L. Fleishman - 8/99; Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 20. Navigating The U.S. Government's Export Restrictions On Encryption Technology Edward L. Rubinoff and Stephen J. Claeys - 9/99; Vol. 7, No. 9, p. 17.

08/01/2000
CSE Delivers a High-Tech Message to GOP Convention-Goers: “Keep Government’s Hands Off High-Tech!”
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CSE Delivers a High-Tech Message to GOP Convention-Goers: “Keep Government’s Hands Off High-Tech!”

“The best hope for our children, is to have CSE educating our children about the free-market system.” – OR State Senator Charles Starr Philadelphia, PA -- CSE staff and volunteer activists are demonstrating their presence at the 2000 GOP Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania this week. With hundreds of CSE members participating as GOP delegates, we are making sure that our issues are prominent during this convention.

08/01/2000
Is GOP's Emphasis on Brotherly Love Really a Missed Opportunity?
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Is GOP's Emphasis on Brotherly Love Really a Missed Opportunity?

BY DAVID REINHARD

Can you feel the love tonight? The Republicans have created a vast prairie of niceness here in the City of Brotherly Love, and on this range that the GOP calls home this week there never is heard a discouraging (public) word. About Bill Clinton. Or Al Gore and the Democrats.

08/01/2000
Message of the Day: School Choice
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Message of the Day: School Choice

The Problem: Currently, schools get students and funding regardless of how well they perform. This public school monopoly has not served many children well for at least a decade. Sadly, the education bureaucracy and teachers’ unions often try to keep parents from fully accessing different educational opportunities.

07/31/2000
Activist Handbook 2000: Global Warming
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Activist Handbook 2000: Global Warming

Global Warming Why CSE Cares The Issue: In 1997, the Clinton-Gore administration signed the Kyoto Protocol, also known as the UN Global Warming Treaty. The internationally-enforceable treaty is intended to stop what some believe is an unnatural warming of the planet caused by human use of fossil fuels. Since the Senate has refused to ratify the treaty, there have been numerous proposals for domestic greenhouse gas reduction schemes and the administration has attempted to implement the treaty through the back door. The Problem:

07/31/2000
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Desperately Seeking School Choice
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: Desperately Seeking School Choice

If America is going to continue its leadership in the Information age, students of today must be prepared to meet the challenges of tomorrow. The best way to ensure this outcome is through school choice initiatives that may prove to be at the center of this year’s Presidential campaign.

07/31/2000
GOP CONVENTION: Spreading a message; Advocacy group runs campaign to be noticed
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GOP CONVENTION: Spreading a message; Advocacy group runs campaign to be noticed

Monday, July 31, 2000 BY GREG RETSINAS, Raleigh Bureau Chief Wilmington Morning Star Copyright 2000 Wilmington Star-News

07/31/2000

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