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Over 200 Oregon CSE Activists Lobby to Chop Down Plans for Prescription Drug Price-Caps
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Over 200 Oregon CSE Activists Lobby to Chop Down Plans for Prescription Drug Price-Caps

"You guys have some pretty good stuff here" If we let don't let drug companies charge for their medicine, we'll all end up taking aspirin." -- Oregon Rep. Cedric Hayden

04/24/2001
Oregon CSE Grassroots Activists Call for Internet Tax Freedom at Oregon CSE Day at the Capitol
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Oregon CSE Grassroots Activists Call for Internet Tax Freedom at Oregon CSE Day at the Capitol

Salem, OR - Immediately following the Senate's passage of SB 660, the "2001 Internet Tax Ban," Oregon Citizens for a Sound Economy conducted its second annual CSE Day at the Capitol. The event brought over 200 grassroots activists from across the state to the capitol for good-old fashioned grassroots lobbying on key CSE issues including Internet taxes, environment, tax cuts, prescription drugs and education.

04/24/2001
Over 200 Oregon CSE Activists Demand their “Kicker” Income-tax Refund
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Over 200 Oregon CSE Activists Demand their “Kicker” Income-tax Refund

Salem, OR - Sometimes politicians forget whose money they are spending at the State Capitol. Over 200 Oregon Citizens for a Sound Economy (OR CSE) activists stormed the Capitol on April 19th to remind their legislators exactly where state revenues come from. One of the chief concerns of these citizens was fighting legislative plans to withhold their constitutionally protected income tax “kicker” refund.

04/24/2001
Over 200 Oregon CSE Activists Lobby for More School Choice at CSE Day in Salem
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Over 200 Oregon CSE Activists Lobby for More School Choice at CSE Day in Salem

Salem, OR - More than 200 Oregon CSE activists traveled from across the state to Salem to lobby their legislators in support of more school choice. In particular, they urged policymakers to support revisions to strengthen the state’s charter school law, as well as to support the Oregon School Accountability Enhancement Act, which would give local school districts the flexibility to opt out of the state’s current “one-size-fits-all” accountability system and choose another nationally recognized test.

04/24/2001
A Cure for the Illiteracy Epidemic
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A Cure for the Illiteracy Epidemic

As printed in The Wall Street Journal, April 24, 2001.

04/24/2001
The Tax Fight Goes Global
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The Tax Fight Goes Global

From THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Europe, 04/23/2001 While the attention of U.S. taxpayers has been consumed by the dreaded tax-filing deadline of April 15 and the debate over the Bush tax plan, an international bureaucracy has been actively threatening the freedom and prosperity of the United States and others around the world. This time it's the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development that's hard at work trying to make sure no country's taxes are too low.

04/23/2001
Parents Need to Lead Children Into Education That Works
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Parents Need to Lead Children Into Education That Works

I was in a hotel restaurant recently and asked the waitress if she had children. Yes, she said, she was a divorced mother of three. Then I asked her if she was in control of her children's education. She said she was. "Did you pick the schools they go to?" I asked. "Did you approve the curriculum they're learning?" "Heck, no," she said. "I can't even talk to who's teaching them."

04/23/2001
Reasonable Attorneys Fees For Taxpayers
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Reasonable Attorneys Fees For Taxpayers

The Consequences Attorneys General can hire their former firms, friends, or even campaign contributors to represent the state on a contingency basis. Here are a few examples:

04/23/2001
Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: TV Deregulation Will Promote Diversity of Programming
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Tech Bytes - Tid Bits in Tech News: TV Deregulation Will Promote Diversity of Programming

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted to ease its restriction on dual ownership of television networks. It is now legal for any of the four major networks – NBC, CBS, ABC, or FOX – to own UPN, WB, or any broadcast network that has come into existence since 1996, but not to merge with each other. This is good news for TV aficionados and, contrary to critics claims, will promote diversity of programming.

04/23/2001
Issue Number 3 - No Guarantee Lottery Will Always be a Big Payoff
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Issue Number 3 - No Guarantee Lottery Will Always be a Big Payoff

North Carolina Citizens for a Sound Economy today released Issue Number 3 of its ongoing effort to educate elected officials and citizens on why a government-run lottery is bad business and public policy. National trends show that the $300 million figure is not guaranteed to last.

04/23/2001

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