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CSE's "Own Your Future: Social Security Reform Tour" Hits Florida
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CSE's "Own Your Future: Social Security Reform Tour" Hits Florida

The "Own Your Future" tour on Social Security reform is coming to Florida! Please join us as we discuss the Social Security crisis, how Personal Retirement Accounts can bring real retirement security, and the prospects for passing reform in the next 18 months.

03/02/2004
CSE Applauds Court Decision on Telecommunications Policy
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CSE Applauds Court Decision on Telecommunications Policy

Today, the United State Court of Appeals released a sternly worded decision directing the Federal Communications Commission to abandon policies that have hampered investments in critical telecommunications infrastructure and technological innovation.

03/02/2004
CSE's "Own Your Future: Social Security Reform Tour" Hits Florida
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CSE's "Own Your Future: Social Security Reform Tour" Hits Florida

The "Own Your Future" tour on Social Security reform is coming to Florida! Please join us as we discuss the Social Security crisis, how Personal Retirement Accounts can bring real retirement security, and the prospects for passing reform in the next 18 months.

03/02/2004
Minnesota Freedom Agenda Update
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Minnesota Freedom Agenda Update

Elections Presidential candidates have been campaigning the Minnesota to prepare for the upcoming primary. Vice President Dick Cheney held a donor’s luncheon on Monday February 23rd, where he pointed out that the President’s economic policies have spurred economic growth. He argued that it is important for our government to “let people keep more of what they earn” by making the Bush tax cuts permanent. (AP 2/24/04)

03/01/2004
Maine Freedom Agenda Update
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Maine Freedom Agenda Update

The Hot Stove League met in Bangor, Maine on Saturday February 21st to discuss important economic policy issues. These meetings include state legislators and business leaders in the city, and they occur three or four times during the legislative session. The league tackled the budget deficit, tax reform, and health care. Health care dominated the discussion because 25 percent of Mainers are covered by Medicare. (Bangor Daily News, 2/23/04) Business leaders and Republican legislators discussed ways to curtail the program’s growth, but others at the meeting pointed out that neither Governor John Baldacci nor the Democrat controlled legislature were likely to reduce eligibility this session.

03/01/2004
Iowa Freedom Agenda Update
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Iowa Freedom Agenda Update

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03/01/2004
CSE's Matt Kibbe to Attend Tennessee Taxpayer Bill of Rights Townhall in Nashville
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CSE's Matt Kibbe to Attend Tennessee Taxpayer Bill of Rights Townhall in Nashville

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) Executive Vice President Matt Kibbe will participate in the TaBOR Townhall in Nashville tomorrow, March 2, 2004, sponsored by the Government Accountability Project and The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). As you may know, the Tennessee Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TaBOR) is a constitutional amendment that will: 1. Cap the rate of growth of state government spending, 2. Require tax increases to be voted on by the people, 3. Require that excess collections be returned to the taxpayers.

03/01/2004
State Rep. Baker Headlines Stokes County CSE Meeting
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State Rep. Baker Headlines Stokes County CSE Meeting

Stokes County CSE held their monthly meeting on Feb. 25, 2004, to discuss advancing the Freedom Agenda in North Carolina. Pictured are activists woking on a project to send letters to Sec. of Agriculture Ann Veneman asking the USDA to increase the amount of timber that is being cut in the National Forest, Applician District. The Ranger has supressed the amount of timber harvested despite the need for additional trimming to reduce fire hazards and improve forest health. Stokes CSE as well as other western NC CSE Chapters are doing this as just one project to kick off 2004.

03/01/2004
CSE's Matt Kibbe to Attend Tennessee Taxpayer Bill of Rights Townhall in Nashville
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CSE's Matt Kibbe to Attend Tennessee Taxpayer Bill of Rights Townhall in Nashville

Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) Executive Vice President Matt Kibbe will participate in the TaBOR Townhall in Nashville tomorrow, March 2, 2004, sponsored by the Government Accountability Project and The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). As you may know, the Tennessee Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TaBOR) is a constitutional amendment that will: 1. Cap the rate of growth of state government spending, 2. Require tax increases to be voted on by the people, 3. Require that excess collections be returned to the taxpayers.

03/01/2004
State Rep. Baker Headlines Stokes County CSE Meeting
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State Rep. Baker Headlines Stokes County CSE Meeting

Stokes County CSE held their monthly meeting on Feb. 25, 2004, to discuss advancing the Freedom Agenda in North Carolina. Pictured are activists woking on a project to send letters to Sec. of Agriculture Ann Veneman asking the USDA to increase the amount of timber that is being cut in the National Forest, Applician District. The Ranger has supressed the amount of timber harvested despite the need for additional trimming to reduce fire hazards and improve forest health. Stokes CSE as well as other western NC CSE Chapters are doing this as just one project to kick off 2004.

03/01/2004

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