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Paving the Way for 21st Century Telecommunications
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Paving the Way for 21st Century Telecommunications

Telecom Reform Bill Passes Oregon Senate Today; House Approval Pending (PORTLAND) – Oregon Citizens for a Sound Economy (Oregon CSE) commended the Oregon Senate today for passing SB 622, a telecommunications reform bill that would help all Oregon consumers – particularly rural customers and schools – by moving away from monopoly-era regulations that discourage innovation and quality.

07/19/1999
Tax Fact #26: $9 Billion to a Nation of Part-Time Farmers?
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Tax Fact #26: $9 Billion to a Nation of Part-Time Farmers?

According to recent Department of Agriculture statistics, America has become a nation of middle-class, part-time farmers. Yet some lawmakers are suggesting that because of the recent dip in crop prices, farmers should be given as much as $9 billion in direct crop support payments and subsidies for disaster programs such as low-cost crop insurance. Before throwing $9 billion to a handful of part-time farmers, lawmakers should consider the following information reported in the USDA’s Agriculture Fact Book for 1998:

07/16/1999
Letter to California Gov. Gray Davis regarding third-party bad faith lawsuits
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Letter to California Gov. Gray Davis regarding third-party bad faith lawsuits

The Hon. Gray Davis Office of the Governor State Capitol Sacramento, CA 95814 Dear Governor Davis:

07/15/1999
Broadband: A Grand Slam Strategy for Bridging the Digital Divide
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Broadband: A Grand Slam Strategy for Bridging the Digital Divide

The Internet is growing at an astounding rate as people access it faster than any other technology in history. An impressive array of statistics from both government agencies and economists attest to these facts. Yet, as with any new technology, there are varying rates of adoption – not every American has access to the Internet today. Competition and innovation will lower costs and increase availability of the Internet for all consumers. As a result, those who do not have access to the latest technologies will likely have access to them in the very near future.

07/14/1999
Capitol Comment 241 - Kennedy Strikes Back: The Return of Nationalized Health Care
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Capitol Comment 241 - Kennedy Strikes Back: The Return of Nationalized Health Care

In 1994, President Clinton tried to nationalize the health care industry in an ill-advised attempt to help the millions of Americans without insurance. Now, Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA) and the president are at it again – only this time, they want to take control of private health plans and leave uninsured Americans out in the cold. What’s worse, under the guise of their "Patients’ Bill of Rights," millions more would lose the health insurance they currently enjoy.

07/13/1999
Capitol Comment 245 - Congress Needs to Pass Comprehensive Civil Justice Reform
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Capitol Comment 245 - Congress Needs to Pass Comprehensive Civil Justice Reform

When the editorial pages of the conservative Wall Street Journal and the liberal Washington Post agree on an issue, both politicians and voters should take notice. Recently the Post described America’s legal system as a "kind of lottery in which clever trial lawyers and a few victims get very rich at the cost of society's confidence in the justice system." The Journal opined that recent verdicts have "corrod[ed] the public’s, and the world’s, belief that courtrooms are serious places."

07/12/1999
Suggested Talking Points - UNC Bond Issue
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Suggested Talking Points - UNC Bond Issue

Let the people vote! Historically, the citizens of North Carolina have had the opportunity to vote on bond proposals in our state. Now, however, the General Assembly is rushing consideration of a three billion dollar bond issue that bypasses the public’s traditional role in approving the state’s education bond issues. Such a move not only would put the state’s consumers at risk for higher taxes, bypassing the people’s right to vote on the University bond issue will cost taxpayers 40 million dollars and cause a huge $247 million budget shortfall next year.

07/06/1999
Tax Fact #18: Creating Personal Retirement Accounts is a Better Use of the Social Security Surplus
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Tax Fact #18: Creating Personal Retirement Accounts is a Better Use of the Social Security Surplus

Bill Clinton believes that the best use of the projected $3.7 trillion in Social Security surpluses over the next 15 years – equal to $25,700 in extra payroll taxes for every worker in America – is to buy down the national debt. He argues that his plan will protect the system by assuring that Social Security’s surpluses will continue to build up in the trust fund while simultaneously reducing the government’s debt burden in preparation for the Baby Boomers’ retirement.

06/30/1999
Prepared Statement of James C. Miller III before the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the Committee on the J
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Prepared Statement of James C. Miller III before the Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law of the Committee on the J

July 29, 1999 Washington, D.C.

06/29/1999
Tax Fact #17: New Surplus Forecast: 49,166 Reasons to Cut Taxes
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Tax Fact #17: New Surplus Forecast: 49,166 Reasons to Cut Taxes

Bill Clinton has announced that, thanks to the thriving economy, Washington will collect $1 trillion in additional surplus tax revenues over the next 15 years. This brings the total projected tax surpluses to $5.9 trillion – equal to a tax overpayment of $49,166 for every taxpayer in America.

06/29/1999

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