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Annexation Opponents Vow to Recruit Council Candidates
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Annexation Opponents Vow to Recruit Council Candidates

BY Victoria Cherrie

A day after the Winston-Salem City Council voted to annex 22 square miles, annexation opponents said that they will target members who favored the action. Council members Vernon Robinson and Nelson Malloy, who opposed annexation, will be the only members safe from the effort, said Jerry Johnson, a Forsyth County resident who led opposition to annexation.

06/25/2003
ANNEXATION OPPONENTS VOW TO RECRUIT COUNCIL CANDIDATES GROUP IS TALKING WITH ATTORNEYS ABOUT TAKING FIGHT INTO THE COURTS
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ANNEXATION OPPONENTS VOW TO RECRUIT COUNCIL CANDIDATES GROUP IS TALKING WITH ATTORNEYS ABOUT TAKING FIGHT INTO THE COURTS

BY Victoria Cherrie

A day after the Winston-Salem City Council voted to annex 22 square miles, annexation opponents said that they will target members who favored the action. Council members Vernon Robinson and Nelson Malloy, who opposed annexation, will be the only members safe from the effort, said Jerry Johnson, a Forsyth County resident who led opposition to annexation. "We're not going to wait until election time to find good candidates to replace the ones that voted yes," Johnson said. "It starts now."

06/25/2003
Restoring Equality, Restoring Civil Rights
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Restoring Equality, Restoring Civil Rights

As published at National Review Online, June 25, 2003 In a recent debate with Lee Bollinger, current president of Columbia University and the named defendant in the University of Michigan race cases just decided by the Supreme Court, Matt Lauer asked Mr. Bollinger: "Can you have diversity at our universities and schools without taking race into account?" Mr. Bollinger responded: "You really can't."

06/25/2003
Alabama CSE Organizational Meetings
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Alabama CSE Organizational Meetings

Citizens for a Sound Economy will hold organizational meeting in north Alabama next week. We will be educating our members and the general public about the largest tax increase in state history and what we can do to stop it. Details are listed below. We hope you can attend. For more information please call our member hotline at 1-888-564-6273 and ask for Stephen Flaherty. We are planning meeting in Montgomery and Mobile the week of July 7th. If you would like to help CSE organize in your area contact Stephen Flaherty.

06/25/2003
Alabama CSE Organizational Meetings
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Alabama CSE Organizational Meetings

Citizens for a Sound Economy will hold organizational meeting in north Alabama next week. We will be educating our members and the general public about the largest tax increase in state history and what we can do to stop it. Details are listed below. We hope you can attend. For more information please call our member hotline at 1-888-564-6273 and ask for Stephen Flaherty. We are planning meeting in Montgomery and Mobile the week of July 7th. If you would like to help CSE organize in your area contact Stephen Flaherty.

06/25/2003
Council OKs annexation 6-2
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Council OKs annexation 6-2

The Winston-Salem City Council last night voted in favor of annexing 22 square miles of Forsyth County, despite hearty opposition from more than 100 people who angrily waved signs and called city leaders names. The vote was approved 6-2, with council members Vernon Robinson and Nelson Malloy opposed. The annexation, which will add 18,000 residents to the city, will take effect July 1, 2004.

06/24/2003
Who is Senator John Edwards?
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Who is Senator John Edwards?

Biography Born in South Carolina, John Edwards grew up in Robbins, North Carolina and likes to claim himself as a native North Carolinian. He graduated from North Carolina State with a BS in textiles before earning a law degree from the University of North Carolina.

06/24/2003
Jack Kemp Statement on Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action
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Jack Kemp Statement on Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action

I was pleased with the Supreme Court landmark opinion yesterday in Grutter v. Bollinger that higher education institutions may use race as a factor in admission decisions to achieve diversity. Also, President Bush’s statement applauding the decision is highly commendable. But we must not lose sight of the reality that the effort to create a more open and more just society continues today and in the foreseeable future.

06/24/2003
Jack Kemp Statement on Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action
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Jack Kemp Statement on Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action

I was pleased with the Supreme Court landmark opinion yesterday in Grutter v. Bollinger that higher education institutions may use race as a factor in admission decisions to achieve diversity. Also, President Bush’s statement applauding the decision is highly commendable. But we must not lose sight of the reality that the effort to create a more open and more just society continues today and in the foreseeable future.

06/24/2003
Online Video: North Carolina CSE Testifies Against State Tax Increases
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Online Video: North Carolina CSE Testifies Against State Tax Increases

CSE North Carolina State Director Jonathan Hill testified against efforts to raise state taxes. The hearing was held at 3 PM on June 9, 2003, at the Legislative Office Building before the Senate Budget Committee.

06/24/2003

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