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North Carolina CSE "Stop Forced Annexation Campaign"
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North Carolina CSE "Stop Forced Annexation Campaign"

CSE is working for lower taxes and limited, responsible government, and one of those issues is ending the practice of forced annexation in North Carolina. The website StopNCAnnexation.com provides some helpful background on the issue:

06/14/2004
Benny Smith, Polk CSE Receive Award
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Benny Smith, Polk CSE Receive Award

06/14/2004
Benny Smith, Polk CSE Receive Award
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Benny Smith, Polk CSE Receive Award

06/14/2004
Candidates Debate at Wisconsin CSE Forum
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Candidates Debate at Wisconsin CSE Forum

Kenosha, WI - At a U.S. Senate Candidate Forum sponsored by Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) this week, the four major challengers to incumbent Senator Russ Feingold declared that federal spending was out of control and recognized the need for reform. In addition to curbing spending, auto dealer Russ Darrow, attorney Robert Lorge, construction executive Tim Michels, and State Senator Bob Welch reiterated the success of the Bush tax cuts and the need to make them permanent. (Commitments in Washington, D.C. prevented Senator Feingold from attending the forum.)

06/13/2004
Wisconsin isn't falling for TABOR
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Wisconsin isn't falling for TABOR

BY Diane Carman

For Republicans eyeing the governor's mansion in Wisconsin and figuring that the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights just might be their ticket there, it must have been exasperating to have Rep. Brad Young come to town last week. Young, a Republican from Lamar who has chaired both the House Appropriations Committee and the Joint Budget Committee, went to Madison at the invitation of Wisconsin Counties Inc. And trashed TABOR.

06/13/2004
Reagan leaves varied political impact in Oregon
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Reagan leaves varied political impact in Oregon

BY PETER WONG

Ronald Reagan’s political legacy in Oregon is mixed. He carried Oregon in two presidential elections after he lost two previous bids in primaries. But since his re-election in 1984, no other Republican presidential candidate has carried Oregon. His rise to national prominence inspired many within the Republican Party — and many to join the GOP — but drove others from their lifelong affiliation with the party. His election let Oregon’s Republican senators gain key positions in Congress, but they ended up opposing some of his policies.

06/12/2004
Legislators Debate Fake Nails, Pet Trusts
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Legislators Debate Fake Nails, Pet Trusts

BY Kristin Roberts

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Far-fetched proposals seeking everything from the regulation of fake fingernails in eateries to a statewide rejection of federal income tax came before U.S. state legislatures in 2004, most to no avail. Despite almost certain failure, state lawmakers have spent dozens of hours on scores of unusual bills this fiscal year that moved far beyond standard spending proposals.

06/12/2004
At CSE Sponsored Debate, Wisconsin GOP Challengers Embrace Social Security Reform
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At CSE Sponsored Debate, Wisconsin GOP Challengers Embrace Social Security Reform

Kenosha, WI - At a U.S. Senate Candidate Forum sponsored by Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) last night, the four major challengers to incumbent Senator Russ Feingold declared that federal spending was out of control and recognized the need for reform. In addition to curbing spending, auto dealer Russ Darrow, attorney Robert Lorge, construction executive Tim Michels, and State Senator Bob Welch reiterated the success of the Bush tax cuts and the need to make them permanent.

06/11/2004
At CSE Sponsored Debate, Wisconsin GOP Challengers Embrace Social Security Reform
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At CSE Sponsored Debate, Wisconsin GOP Challengers Embrace Social Security Reform

Kenosha, WI - At a U.S. Senate Candidate Forum sponsored by Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) last night, the four major challengers to incumbent Senator Russ Feingold declared that federal spending was out of control and recognized the need for reform. In addition to curbing spending, auto dealer Russ Darrow, attorney Robert Lorge, construction executive Tim Michels, and State Senator Bob Welch reiterated the success of the Bush tax cuts and the need to make them permanent.

06/11/2004
GOP Senate candidates debate
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GOP Senate candidates debate

KENOSHA, Wis. - Four Republicans seeking to unseat Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold in November's election tried to distinguish themselves from each other in Thursday's forum. Russ Darrow, Robert Gerald Lorge, Tim Michels and state Sen. Bob Welch answered questions from an audience of about 50 people at a forum sponsored by Citizens for a Sound Economy. Lorge, a Bear Creek attorney, said the United States is in a "crisis mode" and involved in three wars: the war on terrorism, an undeclared trade war and a "culture war."

06/11/2004

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