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An Open Letter to Congress on the Final Medicare Prescription Drug Legislation
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An Open Letter to Congress on the Final Medicare Prescription Drug Legislation

Dear Congress: The undersigned groups are strongly opposed to the final Medicare prescription drug legislation and urge all Members to vote "no." While there are many bad elements of this bill, among the most reckless are: - Adding to Medicare's Unfunded Liabilities. Medicare is already projected to go bankrupt. Nonetheless, this bill will unconscionably add hundreds of billions of dollars in unfunded liabilities to the program.

11/20/2003
November's Minute Man of the Month
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November's Minute Man of the Month

Ken Sheffert from Hampton, NH joined CSE in the spring of 1999 and has been an active member ever since. Mr. Sheffert is an integral part of the New Hampshire Action Team and has acted as Event Coordinator and volunteer for many New Hampshire CSE events, obtaining press for CSE’s social security reform efforts, and getting social security reform petitions signed.

11/20/2003
CSE Intercepts Senator John Edwards in Wisconsin
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CSE Intercepts Senator John Edwards in Wisconsin

John Edwards came to Wisconsin, and Badger State CSE members were there to confront the Democrat Presidential candidate with some tough questions about his lack of a plan to address the coming Social Security crisis. Wiconsin Director Cameron Sholty commented from the event: "They wouldn't let us in. Two CSE members did get in, but were not allowed to ask questions, and no signs or T-shirts we allowed in. Questions were submitted before hand, and our questions about the future of Social Security were not asked. John Edwards continues to run from this critical issue."

11/20/2003
Social Security Flash: CSE Intercepts Gen. Clark
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Social Security Flash: CSE Intercepts Gen. Clark

On Friday morning, November 14th, at 8:47am EST CSE & For Our Grandchildren activist Alex Klingerman, wearing a Social Security reform T-shirt, presented Gen. Wesley Clark with Social Security reform literature outside the New Hampshire Secretary of State's Office in Concord.

11/20/2003
Florida CSE Helps Crush Brevard County Tax Hike
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Florida CSE Helps Crush Brevard County Tax Hike

It's only getting tougher to raise taxes in the state of Florida. That's because CSE members are on the job. Florida CSE activists in Brevard County worked tirelessly to mobilize voters in opposition to the proposed $1.3 billion tax increase. CSE's efforts were a major success, and Brevard voters defeated the increase by a resounding 65 percent to 35 "No" vote on November 4.

11/20/2003
CSE Intercepts Senator John Edwards in Wisconsin
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CSE Intercepts Senator John Edwards in Wisconsin

John Edwards came to Wisconsin, and Badger State CSE members were there to confront the Democrat Presidential candidate with some tough questions about his lack of a plan to address the coming Social Security crisis. Wiconsin Director Cameron Sholty commented from the event: "They wouldn't let us in. Two CSE members did get in, but were not allowed to ask questions, and no signs or T-shirts we allowed in. Questions were submitted before hand, and our questions about the future of Social Security were not asked. John Edwards continues to run from this critical issue."

11/20/2003
Social Security Flash: CSE Intercepts Gen. Clark
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Social Security Flash: CSE Intercepts Gen. Clark

On Friday morning, November 14th, at 8:47am EST CSE & For Our Grandchildren activist Alex Klingerman, wearing a Social Security reform T-shirt, presented Gen. Wesley Clark with Social Security reform literature outside the New Hampshire Secretary of State's Office in Concord.

11/20/2003
Florida CSE Helps Crush Brevard County Tax Hike
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Florida CSE Helps Crush Brevard County Tax Hike

It's only getting tougher to raise taxes in the state of Florida. That's because CSE members are on the job. Florida CSE activists in Brevard County worked tirelessly to mobilize voters in opposition to the proposed $1.3 billion tax increase. CSE's efforts were a major success, and Brevard voters defeated the increase by a resounding 65 percent to 35 "No" vote on November 4.

11/20/2003
Let voters decide tax issue
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Let voters decide tax issue

BY Aaron Hill

It is interesting to read the debate and controversy about Citizens for a Sound Economy. As a member and supporter of this group, it’s rather humorous to discover that I am part of the continuing vast right-wing conspiracy and its corporate cronies. What’s the big deal? Let the voters decided whether or not to raise taxes. Are the advocates of the poorly crafted legislative budget afraid of the electorate? Apparently so. —Aaron Hill Salem

11/20/2003
Breaking the Regulatory Stranglehold
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Breaking the Regulatory Stranglehold

While tax and trade policy have been in the news lately, Americans businesses face a daunting regulatory burden as well. Although less publicized, regulatory excess can impose real constraints on economic growth. Tax cuts can go far in providing the private sector the resources necessary to boost investment and create new jobs; however, regulations can create a choke point that deters these investments.

11/19/2003

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