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County government spending.(Palm Beach County)
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County government spending.(Palm Beach County)

Florida Trend Copyright 2003 Gale Group Inc. All rights reserved. Saturday, November 1, 2003 ISSN: 0015-4326; Volume 46; Issue 7 County government spending.(Palm Beach County)

11/01/2003
Director has a history of political involvement Director has a history of political involvement
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Director has a history of political involvement Director has a history of political involvement

BY Steve Law

Russ Walker winces at criticism that his group, Citizens for a Sound Economy, is made up of carpetbaggers sent to Oregon to overturn the 2003 Legislature's $1.2 billion tax increase. After all, the Keizer resident graduated from high school in Central Point, a small community near Medford. He has lived here the past nine years and can point to ancestors who settled in Southern Oregon in 1860.

11/01/2003
CIVIL JUSTICE REFORM - HOW EVERYONE CAN HELP
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CIVIL JUSTICE REFORM - HOW EVERYONE CAN HELP

Volume 11, Number 11 Midatlantic Area Firms Copyright 2003 by The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Inc. November 2003 Special Section Civil Justice Reform

11/01/2003
The making of the corporate judiciary:
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The making of the corporate judiciary:

BY Scherer, Michael

ISSN: 0362-8841; Volume 28; Issue 6

11/01/2003
Not-so-simple solution
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Not-so-simple solution

BY Rich, Jennifer L

To help bridge the digital divide, a group of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have designed a simple Internet search engine specifically for developing countries with poor infrastructure. Unlike current applications, which are built for speed, the TEK, or "Time Equals Knowledge," (tek.sourceforge.net) search engine capitalizes on the developing world's most reliable resource: time. To conduct a search on TEK, a user in Mombassa or Tirana inputs search terms that are sent via e-mail to a server in Boston. The server conducts the search, pares down duplicate content and strips out bulky images, and e-mails the Web pages back to the user in a compressed file. Total turnaround time? Twenty-four hours or longer.

11/01/2003
State won't change tax plan's ballot title
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State won't change tax plan's ballot title

BY BRAD CAIN

SALEM, Ore. (AP) - State officials are refusing to remove references to budget cuts from the ballot title of a measure to overturn the Legislature's tax hike package. Anti-tax activists who are collecting signatures to put the issue to a Feb. 3 statewide vote asked Secretary of State Bill Bradbury this week to reconsider the ballot summary for the proposed measure. They said the wording, drafted by Attorney General Hardy Myers, should not refer to budget cuts because the tax increase bill itself doesn't make any cuts.

10/31/2003
Conservative Group Launches Grassroots Advocacy Branch
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Conservative Group Launches Grassroots Advocacy Branch

Citizens for a Sound Economy, a conservative group with a long record of battling taxes and regulation, has launched a new grassroots advocacy group called Americans for Prosperity, which will be led by veteran conservative activist Nancy Pfotenhauer. The new group -- which will work on both federal and state issues -- is a successor to the CSE Foundation, an affiliate spun off by a recent decision of CSE's board of directors.

10/31/2003
State won't change tax ballot title
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State won't change tax ballot title

SALEM - State officials are refusing to remove references to budget cuts from the ballot title of a measure to overturn the Legislature's tax hike package. Anti-tax activists who are collecting signatures to put the issue to a Feb. 3 statewide vote asked Secretary of State Bill Bradbury this week to reconsider the ballot summary for the proposed measure. They said the wording, drafted by Attorney General Hardy Myers, should not refer to budget cuts because the tax increase bill itself doesn't make any cuts.

10/31/2003
Halloween Waste in Alabama
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Press Release

Halloween Waste in Alabama

This Halloween Day, the 60th annual National Peanut Festival gets under way in Dothan, Ala. Did you know that you were a host? After all, you the taxpayers are sponsoring the event. Despite a $374 billion federal deficit for fiscal 2003 — projected to reach $480 billion next year — Rep. Terry Everett, an Alabama Republican born in Dothan, sliced $202,500 from the 2003 Omnibus Appropriations Act for the festival, which this year features a Spam-recipe contest. Is Spam the new pork-barrel politics!?

10/30/2003
Halloween Waste in Alabama
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Press Release

Halloween Waste in Alabama

This Halloween Day, the 60th annual National Peanut Festival gets under way in Dothan, Ala. Did you know that you were a host? After all, you the taxpayers are sponsoring the event. Despite a $374 billion federal deficit for fiscal 2003 — projected to reach $480 billion next year — Rep. Terry Everett, an Alabama Republican born in Dothan, sliced $202,500 from the 2003 Omnibus Appropriations Act for the festival, which this year features a Spam-recipe contest. Is Spam the new pork-barrel politics!?

10/30/2003

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