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Backlund leads funding race
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Backlund leads funding race

BY PETER WONG

Rep. Vic Backlund of Keizer has raised almost three times more than Republican challenger Kim Thatcher in their race for a Mid-Willamette Valley seat in the Oregon House, according to campaign finance reports filed Thursday. Backlund has raised almost $90,000, compared with about $30,000 by Thatcher for their May 18 primary campaigns.

05/08/2004
For both environmental and pilot safety, Navy should scrap eastern N.C. landing strip plan
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For both environmental and pilot safety, Navy should scrap eastern N.C. landing strip plan

BY Editorial

On April 19, U.S. District Court Judge Terrence Boyle struck a blow for common sense over political pressure when he issued an injunction temporarily halting work on a proposed jet practice field in Washington County. On Tuesday, the Navy filed a motion asking Boyle to reconsider his ruling, arguing that delaying the landing field affects the readiness of U.S. forces. That could be, but if it's so, it's the Navy's own fault for arrogantly pushing the project forward on a site that is opposed by, among others, N.C. Gov. Mike Easley, U.S. Sen. John Edwards, the two counties where the strip would be located and an array of nonprofit groups from the Audobon Society to Concerned Citizens for a Sound Economy.

05/08/2004
CSE Endorses Jim Zupancic for U.S. House
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CSE Endorses Jim Zupancic for U.S. House

Washington, D.C. - Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) endorsed Jim Zupancic, a Republican for the U.S. House of Representatives in Oregon's Fifth District, and recognized him as a 2004 Champion of Freedom. CSE is recognizing Jim Zupancic based on his well-established reputation as a champion of lower taxes, less government, and more freedom, and for his responses to CSE’s 2004 Freedom Survey, which re-affirmed his deep commitment to these principles.

05/07/2004
CSE Endorses Jim Zupancic for U.S. House
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CSE Endorses Jim Zupancic for U.S. House

Washington, D.C. - Today, Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) endorsed Jim Zupancic, a Republican for the U.S. House of Representatives in Oregon's Fifth District, and recognized him as a 2004 Champion of Freedom. CSE is recognizing Jim Zupancic based on his well-established reputation as a champion of lower taxes, less government, and more freedom, and for his responses to CSE’s 2004 Freedom Survey, which re-affirmed his deep commitment to these principles.

05/07/2004
Three Republicans running in 1st Congressional District
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Three Republicans running in 1st Congressional District

BY Bill Chidester

Goli Ameri, Tim Phillips and Jason Meshell candidates are running for the Republican choice in Oregon's Congressional District 1. All three are fiscally conservative, staunch President Bush supporters and paint themselves as pro-business. Each considers himself or herself an insider professionally with the high-tech community, capable of advocating for that voter segment and therefore best deserving of support from Washington County's Silicon Forest populace.

05/06/2004
Brock set to face Andrews
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Brock set to face Andrews

BY Mark Wineka

In his first legislative term, Brock tried to leave his mark on a wide range of issues from tort reform and healthcare to education and tax reform. No matter what comes before the Senate, Brock says, he always asks himself a question: "Who's going to pay for it?" Brock filed last week for a second term in N.C. Senate District 34, which has been redrawn. If new district lines survive a court challenge, District 34 will consist of Rowan and Davie counties. Brock's present district includes 34 precincts in Rowan and all of Davie and Yadkin counties.

05/02/2004
Don't Fear the Reaper?
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Don't Fear the Reaper?

It is often said that nothing is certain in this world but Death and Taxes. Indeed, the U.S. government still collects the Death Tax, payable upon a citizen's untimely demise!

05/01/2004
Don't Fear the Reaper?
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Don't Fear the Reaper?

It is often said that nothing is certain in this world but Death and Taxes. Indeed, the U.S. government still collects the Death Tax, payable upon a citizen's untimely demise!

05/01/2004
Backlund’s integrity deserves area support
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Backlund’s integrity deserves area support

BY Editorial

Keizer’s Vic Backlund was one of 11 House Republicans who courageously stepped up last summer to vote for a compromise budget-balancing plan. For his pains, he has gotten a primary fight that wrongfully brands him as tax-happy. His opponent in the May election, Kim Thatcher of Keizer, says she made up her own mind to run and only then consulted with Russ Walker of Citizens for a Sound Economy. That may be so, but Thatcher’s arguments sound a lot like the folks behind the anti-Measure 30 campaign.

05/01/2004
House Votes for Permanent End to Marriage Penalty
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House Votes for Permanent End to Marriage Penalty

The House voted this week to permanently extend the 2001 tax relief for married couples by an overwhelming 323-95. Before this change was pushed through as part of the 2001 Bush tax cut package, many married couples found themselves paying higher taxes on their income than they would have had to pay if they had not been married. This bill would permanently end this discrimination against married couples.

04/30/2004

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