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Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tax Cuts
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Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tax Cuts

RACINE, WI – On the heels of Congress’ move to extend tax cuts targeted to the middle class, FreedomWorks activists were in Racine to show their support for the Administration’s tax policies. Several activists carried signs urging motorists near the site of a recent Presidential visit to “honk” to keep their tax cuts. While President Bush was inside rallying his supporters, FreedomWorks was outside, rallying local motorists to show their support for the Bush tax cuts.

09/27/2004
North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Tax Pledge Shapes Election Debate
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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Tax Pledge Shapes Election Debate

This November, North Carolina voters will know where state candidates stand on higher taxes. That’s because FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is once again asking all candidates for state office to sign the FreedomWorks/CSE Tax Pledge. The Pledge reads simply: “I pledge that in order to keep the burden of taxation in North Carolina no higher than its present level through the year 2008, I will not support new tax increases!”

09/24/2004
North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Tax Pledge Shapes Election Debate
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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Tax Pledge Shapes Election Debate

This November, North Carolina voters will know where state candidates stand on higher taxes. That’s because FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) is once again asking all candidates for state office to sign the FreedomWorks/CSE Tax Pledge. The Pledge reads simply: “I pledge that in order to keep the burden of taxation in North Carolina no higher than its present level through the year 2008, I will not support new tax increases!”

09/24/2004
Ballantine affirms no-new-tax pledge
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Ballantine affirms no-new-tax pledge

BY ANNA GRIFFIN

Republican gubernatorial candidate Patrick Ballantine has signed a second no-new-taxes pledge. Ballantine made the promise to the advocacy group FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy. It says: "I pledge that in order to keep the burden of taxation in North Carolina no higher than its present level through the year 2008, I will not support new tax increases!"

09/24/2004
Doctors Protest Rising Medical Liability Insurance Rates
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Doctors Protest Rising Medical Liability Insurance Rates

Excerpts from the Associated Press “Medical malpractice insurers in Rhode Island are seeking state approval for new rate hikes, over the protest of doctors' groups who say insurance costs have caused some physicians to quit or curtail their practices. The Department of Business Regulation will hold a hearing next month on a request by NORCAL Mutual Insurance Co. to raise its rates 19 percent for next year. The increase would come on top of a 42.8 percent increase for this year by NORCAL, the state's largest medical malpractice insurer.

09/23/2004
FreedomWorks on the Statewide Trail in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks on the Statewide Trail in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, SC. FreedomWorks members are on the march in South Carolina, delivering election information in door-to-door neighborhood drops and appearing at campaign rallies across the state. The South Carolina action is part of FreedomWorks’s national 2004 voter education campaign. FreedomWorks employs good old fashioned “shoe leather” politics with a standing army of 360,000 experienced political volunteers who lead election year activities including rallies, phone tree call-downs, and door to door efforts.

09/23/2004
Patrick Ballantine Signs No New Tax Pledge
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Patrick Ballantine Signs No New Tax Pledge

GREENSBORO, SC. On September 14, 2004, FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) activists from across North Carolina met in Greensboro with state Senator Patrick Ballantine, who is a candidate for Governor.

09/23/2004
FreedomWorks/CSE Makes a Splash at the Shaver Wood Products Cook Out
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FreedomWorks/CSE Makes a Splash at the Shaver Wood Products Cook Out

CLEVELAND, NC. On September 17, 2004, FreedomWorks/Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) members gathered at the Shaver Wood Products Cook Out in Cleveland, North Carolina. FreedomWorks/CSE had an informational table at the event, educating citizens about the Freedom Agenda and the NC No New Taxes Pledge.

09/23/2004
FreedomWorks Versus ACT at Miami Debate
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FreedomWorks Versus ACT at Miami Debate

MIAMI, FL. FreedomWorks went head-to-head with the organized Left this week, debating key election and economic issues in South Florida. At the University of Miami, FreedomWorks state director John Hallman was on a panel with a representative from the liberal organization Americans Coming Together (ACT). Both ACT and FreedomWorks are organizing respective Get Out the Vote (GOTV) efforts this election.

09/23/2004
FreedomWorks on the Statewide Trail in South Carolina
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FreedomWorks on the Statewide Trail in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, SC. FreedomWorks members are on the march in South Carolina, delivering election information in door-to-door neighborhood drops and appearing at campaign rallies across the state. The South Carolina action is part of FreedomWorks’s national 2004 voter education campaign. FreedomWorks employs good old fashioned “shoe leather” politics with a standing army of 360,000 experienced political volunteers who lead election year activities including rallies, phone tree call-downs, and door to door efforts.

09/23/2004

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