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FREEDOMWORKS ENCOURAGED BY NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES' BROADBAND POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT
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FREEDOMWORKS ENCOURAGED BY NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF STATE LEGISLATURES' BROADBAND POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT

The recent policy announcement by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) with regard to “Twenty-first Century Communications” calls for a new approach to telecommunications regulation that will promote innovation and widespread broadband deployment. The new policy recognizes the significant changes in the telecommunications marketplace that have taken place since the 1996 Telecommunications Act and the damaging impact of outdated regulations on competition and critical investment in new broadband technologies. FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe commented:

07/29/2004
U.S. Representative Paul Ryan Discusses Social Security, Budget Reform
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U.S. Representative Paul Ryan Discusses Social Security, Budget Reform

KENOSHA - U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan outlined his aggressive plan to save Social Security from collapse last night at a FreedomWorks sponsored Town Hall Forum. FreedomWorks President and CEO Matt Kibbe also spoke on the need for people to urge their elected officials to work towards an "ownership society" based on lower taxes, limited government, and more individual liberty.

07/28/2004
FreedomWorks Florida Director Hallman Speaks on Social Security
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FreedomWorks Florida Director Hallman Speaks on Social Security

John Hallman was the keynote speaker before the South Florida Republican Liberty Caucus on Monday night, July 26, 2004. He briefed the group on recent developments in the fight for Social Security reform and announced that Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) and Empower America have merged to form a new grassroots organization, FreedomWorks. Hallman, the Florida Director for CSE, will continue in this role with FreedomWorks.

07/28/2004
U.S. Representative Paul Ryan Discusses Social Security, Budget Reform
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U.S. Representative Paul Ryan Discusses Social Security, Budget Reform

KENOSHA - U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan outlined his aggressive plan to save Social Security from collapse last night at a FreedomWorks sponsored Town Hall Forum. FreedomWorks President and CEO Matt Kibbe also spoke on the need for people to urge their elected officials to work towards an "ownership society" based on lower taxes, limited government, and more individual liberty.

07/28/2004
FreedomWorks Florida Director Hallman Speaks on Social Security
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FreedomWorks Florida Director Hallman Speaks on Social Security

John Hallman was the keynote speaker before the South Florida Republican Liberty Caucus on Monday night, July 26, 2004. He briefed the group on recent developments in the fight for Social Security reform and announced that Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) and Empower America have merged to form a new grassroots organization, FreedomWorks. Hallman, the Florida Director for CSE, will continue in this role with FreedomWorks.

07/28/2004
Nader's not giving up
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Nader's not giving up

BY Elisabeth Meyer

While the Democratic convention picks up speed, Nader supporters are toiling just to get their man on the ballot. The heated debate about Ralph's role in the 2000 election has only gotten hotter this year and both supporters and opponents have become more firmly entrenched. In Oregon, supporters have until mid-August to collect the 15,000-plus signatures needed to make Nader a presidential candidate in November. Greg Kafoury, a Portland lawyer and local Nader organizer, speaks about his man with confidence born of long-time involvement and full moral support.

07/28/2004
Congressional runoff heats up
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Congressional runoff heats up

BY Michael Davis

In the race to fill the seat of outgoing Congressman Mac Collins, the two Republican candidates in the August runoff are courting the endorsements of some of the top names in the state GOP. Former White House and state Capitol aide Dylan Glenn and State Rep. Lynn Westmoreland have both announced the backing of some of Georgia's — and Washington's — Republican elite. Glenn and Westmoreland face a Republican runoff for the Collins' seat, who lost a bid for the Republican nomination to U.S. Senate last week to Johnny Isakson.

07/28/2004
A Complete Urban Agenda
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A Complete Urban Agenda

©2004 Copley News Service, 7/27/2004 It's no secret that I hoped President Bush would go to the NAACP National Convention to engage in a dialogue and debate about what policies would most help African-American communities. But I was thrilled when he went to the National Convention of the Urban League in Detroit to talk about creating an "ownership society," improving our schools, increasing homeownership, creating jobs, encouraging entrepreneurship, promoting wealth creation and retirement prosperity, and full participation in a growing economy.

07/27/2004
Kemp Urges Support for Personal Retirement Accounts (PRAs)
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Kemp Urges Support for Personal Retirement Accounts (PRAs)

Dear Colleague, Social Security reform legislation has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman Paul Ryan, H.R. 4581, that would permit workers to redirect part of the payroll tax into personal retirement accounts or choose to stay in the current system. A companion bill is being introduced in the Senate by Senator John Sununu. I am writing to urge you to support this important legislation. The main components of the reform plan are:

07/27/2004
The Trouble with Trial Lawyers
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The Trouble with Trial Lawyers

Good morning. It’s good to see so many familiar faces here today—like Jim and Betty Jean Saylor, the Reids, the Randolphs, Linda Cone. You know, you’re the best activists in the country, and it’s your dedication that separates us from the other groups in Washington, DC— Congress listens when a large group of people from important states like Wisconsin, and Oregin, and Washington, and Florida, and Texas, and Michigan, and Illinois, and Iowa, and of course, North Carolina, come to town! One thing we need them to listen to us about is lawsuit abuse.

07/27/2004

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