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Fighting for Budget Process Reform
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Fighting for Budget Process Reform

Congressman Jeb Hensarling is a Republican representing the Fifth District in Texas. A wise man once said that balancing the budget is like going to heaven. Everyone wants to do it, but nobody wants to do what you have to do to get there.

04/25/2004
Forget Incentives, Lower North Carolina Taxes!
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Forget Incentives, Lower North Carolina Taxes!

Great work, Ken!

04/25/2004
CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting
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CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting

On Monday, April 19th, Congressman David Price held a Town Hall meeting at Orange High School. You can bet that Orange County CSE was on hand with a few tough policy questions!

04/25/2004
Florida CSE Meets with Speaker Byrd, Lobbies State Legislature
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Florida CSE Meets with Speaker Byrd, Lobbies State Legislature

On April 20th, 2004, CSE South Florida Director John Hallman led a group of CSE activists from around the state to the capital in Tallahassee. The schedule-- to fight for lower taxes and less government-- included a meeting on Tuesday morning with House Speaker Johnnie Byrd. Speaker Byrd briefed CSE about an important bill, HJR 385, that passed the House but is pending in the Senate. HJR 385 would put restrictions on the growth of state spending and the power to raise taxes.

04/25/2004
Forget Incentives, Lower North Carolina Taxes!
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Forget Incentives, Lower North Carolina Taxes!

Great work, Ken!

04/25/2004
CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting
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CSE Members Attend Rep. Price's Townhall Meeting

On Monday, April 19th, Congressman David Price held a Town Hall meeting at Orange High School. You can bet that Orange County CSE was on hand with a few tough policy questions!

04/25/2004
Florida CSE Meets with Speaker Byrd, Lobbies State Legislature
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Florida CSE Meets with Speaker Byrd, Lobbies State Legislature

On April 20th, 2004, CSE South Florida Director John Hallman led a group of CSE activists from around the state to the capital in Tallahassee. The schedule-- to fight for lower taxes and less government-- included a meeting on Tuesday morning with House Speaker Johnnie Byrd. Speaker Byrd briefed CSE about an important bill, HJR 385, that passed the House but is pending in the Senate. HJR 385 would put restrictions on the growth of state spending and the power to raise taxes.

04/25/2004
Paving the Road with Pork
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Paving the Road with Pork

With all the tough talk about reigning in federal spending and restoring fiscal responsibility to the federal government coming from Capitol Hill lately, it would seem legislators are serious about limiting the size of government and cutting wasteful spending in all ways possible. However, actions speak louder than words and lately, the actions have been expensive and wasteful.

04/23/2004
Thompson aims to keep seat
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Thompson aims to keep seat

BY DAVID BATES

Ordinarily, a newcomer to state politics would not have the advantages in a crowded race that Dallas Republican Jim Thompson enjoys in his primary bid in Oregon House District 23. Thompson has four listed opponents, all from Polk County.

04/22/2004
Group honors three for anti-tax efforts
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Group honors three for anti-tax efforts

SALEM — Oregon Republican Party Chairman Kevin Mannix and two others have been honored by the Americans for Tax Reform for their efforts to defeat Measure 30. Mannix, Keizer resident Russ Walker and Jason Williams led the opposition to the tax increase in the Feb. 3 election and were awarded the group’s “Dragon Slayer Award,” a 4-foot-long medieval sword.

04/21/2004

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