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Real Reform Means School Choice

02/10/2000
Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café
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Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café

In July 1998, the European Commission and the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) negotiated an agreement intended to reduce CO2 emissions from passenger cars. At the heart of this agreement is a commitment by ACEA to increase automobile fuel-efficiency by nearly 30 percent.

02/09/2000
Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café
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Capitol Comment 266 - The ACEA Agreement: Reopening the Kyoto Café

In July 1998, the European Commission and the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) negotiated an agreement intended to reduce CO2 emissions from passenger cars. At the heart of this agreement is a commitment by ACEA to increase automobile fuel-efficiency by nearly 30 percent.

02/09/2000
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Lawsuit Abuse Takes Center Stage in Presidential Race Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) rallied in South Carolina as Gov. George W. Bush unveiled his comprehensive plan to end lawsuit abuse. With this proposal, Gov. Bush continues his battle with the trial lawyers, one of the most powerful and well-funded special interests in America.

02/09/2000
It’s Politics – Not Pollution!
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It’s Politics – Not Pollution!

While America was focused on New Hampshire, Al Gore was quietly using the machinery of government to set the stage for future attacks on one of his possible opponents in the 2000 presidential election — Texas Gov. George W. Bush. In fact, Al Gore’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) seems to be driving a political agenda designed to derail the Bush campaign by unfairly targeting Texas on the basis of arbitrary air quality standards.

02/09/2000
It’s Politics – Not Pollution!
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It’s Politics – Not Pollution!

While America was focused on New Hampshire, Al Gore was quietly using the machinery of government to set the stage for future attacks on one of his possible opponents in the 2000 presidential election — Texas Gov. George W. Bush. In fact, Al Gore’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) seems to be driving a political agenda designed to derail the Bush campaign by unfairly targeting Texas on the basis of arbitrary air quality standards.

02/09/2000
Lawsuit Abuse Takes Center Stage in Presidential Race
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Lawsuit Abuse Takes Center Stage in Presidential Race

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) rallied in South Carolina as Gov. George W. Bush unveiled his comprehensive plan to end lawsuit abuse. With this proposal, Gov. Bush continues his battle with the trial lawyers, one of the most powerful and well-funded special interests in America.

02/08/2000
No Account Budget ... for Bigger Government
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No Account Budget ... for Bigger Government

With the releases of his budget for fiscal 2001 today, Bill Clinton is challenging the Republican Congress to "do more." Mr. Clinton is raising the ante on the fearful Republicans by proposing more than $1.8 trillion in spending for next year, including hundreds of expensive, poll-tested initiatives to benefit every liberal interest group under the sun. But before the congressional leadership takes the bait, they should first ask Clinton, and his hand-picked successor Al Gore, to explain why their administration cannot account for the money they already are spending.

02/08/2000
CSE Applauds Gov. Bush’s Efforts to Simplify Tax Code and End Lawsuit Abuse
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CSE Applauds Gov. Bush’s Efforts to Simplify Tax Code and End Lawsuit Abuse

Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy was in Detroit to encourage Gov. George W. Bush in his efforts to simplify the tax code and end lawsuit abuse. During the Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary, CSE staff and volunteer activists “bird-dogged” the presidential candidates. CSE will continue to help set the presidential platform by getting the candidates to state their views “on the record,” and encouraging the candidates to support CSE’s position on the issues.

02/04/2000
Issue Analysis 101 - Clinton, Gore, and Congress: Medicare Reforms That Don’t Measure Up
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Issue Analysis 101 - Clinton, Gore, and Congress: Medicare Reforms That Don’t Measure Up

Prompted by a host of concerns, politicians have begun to map out significant changes to Medicare’s operations, benefits, and financing. Some look to this year as an opportunity for the nation to finally address the broken Medicare system. Others, with an eye toward the election, would rather use the opportunity to bolster their political fortunes. But in the rush to propose more laws, agencies, taxes, and benefits, these politicians have generally overlooked retirees’ biggest need – more choices.

02/03/2000

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