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Report: High-speed Internet to create jobs
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Report: High-speed Internet to create jobs

LATEST NEWS 3:51 PM EST Wednesday Report: High-speed Internet to create jobs While Florida lost 13,600 high tech jobs in 2002, a new study shows that widespread broadband deployment in the state would create 72,000 new jobs in telecommunications and related fields and generate $27 billion in new economic output. Citizens for a Sound Economy, a grassroots organization that promotes economic policies, released the report, "State Economies Can Benefit From Broadband Deployment."

12/17/2003
Technology
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Technology

Broadband deployment in Utah could create about 8,600 new jobs in the telecommunications sector and related businesses and spark $3.12 billion in economic output, according to a study released Tuesday by a consumer advocacy group. With venture capital investments falling 52 percent between 2001 and 2002, and Utah losing 6,200 high-tech jobs in 2002, a revitalized telecom sector could create about 5,000 jobs and another 3,600 jobs in related industries, said Wayne Brough, chief economist and author of the study by Washington, D.C.-based Citizens for a Sound Economy.

12/17/2003
Cameron Sholty: talk radio in Milwaukee
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Cameron Sholty: talk radio in Milwaukee

14 minute interview on WVCY in Milwaukee. Their affiliates will run it this afternoon in Milwaukee, Oshkosh, Tomah, and La Crosse (I believe). Good FM coverage.

12/17/2003
High-Speed Internet Deployment Can Boost Cash-Strapped States, No Government Spending Required
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Press Release

High-Speed Internet Deployment Can Boost Cash-Strapped States, No Government Spending Required

With states facing historic budget problems and dramatic revenue shortfalls, a new study shows that a wide rollout of high-speed Internet access by private industry can create jobs and drive economic growth, helping state governments, businesses, and consumers.

12/16/2003
High-Speed Internet Deployment Can Boost Cash-Strapped States, No Government Spending Required
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Press Release

High-Speed Internet Deployment Can Boost Cash-Strapped States, No Government Spending Required

With states facing historic budget problems and dramatic revenue shortfalls, a new study shows that a wide rollout of high-speed Internet access by private industry can create jobs and drive economic growth, helping state governments, businesses, and consumers.

12/16/2003
Oregonians raise $600,000 for tax referendum drive
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Oregonians raise $600,000 for tax referendum drive

SALEM -- More than $600,000 was been contributed by Oregonians toward the tax referendum campaign, according to a contributions and expenditures report filed with the Secretary of State's office. The report shows the financial activity for the chief petitioners, who gathered enough signatures for a Feb. 3 referendum on the $800 million, three-year income tax surcharge enacted by the 2003 Legislature. They spent $575,000, leaving a balance of $34,000.

12/16/2003
Statement on the death of Senator William Roth
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Statement on the death of Senator William Roth

Washington, DC, December 15, 2003— I was surprised and saddened upon receiving word that Senator William V. Roth. Jr. had died. Bill was both a colleague and a good friend. Throughout his career in Washington, Senator Roth was a zealous advocate for taxpayers and a tireless champion of tax rate reductions and individual retirement accounts, which bear his name—Roth IRAs. Without Bill’s support in the Senate there would not have been any Kemp-Roth-Reagan tax rate reductions. Senator Roth was a towering figure in American politics but he was an even greater friend.

12/15/2003
Statement on the death of Senator William Roth
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Statement on the death of Senator William Roth

Washington, DC, December 15, 2003— I was surprised and saddened upon receiving word that Senator William V. Roth. Jr. had died. Bill was both a colleague and a good friend. Throughout his career in Washington, Senator Roth was a zealous advocate for taxpayers and a tireless champion of tax rate reductions and individual retirement accounts, which bear his name—Roth IRAs. Without Bill’s support in the Senate there would not have been any Kemp-Roth-Reagan tax rate reductions. Senator Roth was a towering figure in American politics but he was an even greater friend.

12/15/2003
FL CSE John Hallman Speaks at Bill of Rights Dinner
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FL CSE John Hallman Speaks at Bill of Rights Dinner

South Florida Director John Hallman was one of the featured speakers at the 5th annual Bill of Rights Dinner on December 15th, sponsered by the Constitution Committee of Palm Beach. John Hallman spoke on the sacrifices of our founding fathers to give us a nation based on freedom and liberties. John qouted several founding fathers of the need of future generations to carry the "torch of freedom" if we were to remain a free nation. John told the audience that if we enjoy our freedoms, we have to ask ourselves what are we willing to do to preserve them.

12/15/2003
FL CSE John Hallman Speaks at Bill of Rights Dinner
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FL CSE John Hallman Speaks at Bill of Rights Dinner

South Florida Director John Hallman was one of the featured speakers at the 5th annual Bill of Rights Dinner on December 15th, sponsered by the Constitution Committee of Palm Beach. John Hallman spoke on the sacrifices of our founding fathers to give us a nation based on freedom and liberties. John qouted several founding fathers of the need of future generations to carry the "torch of freedom" if we were to remain a free nation. John told the audience that if we enjoy our freedoms, we have to ask ourselves what are we willing to do to preserve them.

12/15/2003

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