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Lawsuit abuse adds to job losses

Saturday's job rally in Point Pleasant emphasized the need to get in touch with Washington to bring American jobs back to this country. There were aspects of the job loss problem that received scant attention: the need for regulatory reform and lawsuit abuse. Wayne Brough, chief economist for Citizens for a Sound Economy, reported that in 2000 alone, "American businesses spent $843 billion complying with federal regulations. American industries and businesses are strangled by red tape and regulation."

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Lawsuit abuse adds to job losses

BY Alice Click

Saturday's job rally in Point Pleasant emphasized the need to get in touch with Washington to bring American jobs back to this country. There were aspects of the job loss problem that received scant attention: the need for regulatory reform and lawsuit abuse. Wayne Brough, chief economist for Citizens for a Sound Economy, reported that in 2000 alone, "American businesses spent $843 billion complying with federal regulations. American industries and businesses are strangled by red tape and regulation."

03/16/2004
Rockefeller Unhappy About Tax Cut Vote

WASHINGTON -- Standing near the front of the audience, Alice Click got the chance to shake President Bush's hand. "Mr. President, West Virginia supports you. We want tax cuts, and we want jobs," the conservative activist says she told Bush. Bush wants tax cuts, too, and on Friday, Congress moved a step closer to passing its second round of tax breaks in as many years.

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Rockefeller Unhappy About Tax Cut Vote

BY Karin Fischer

WASHINGTON -- Standing near the front of the audience, Alice Click got the chance to shake President Bush's hand. "Mr. President, West Virginia supports you. We want tax cuts, and we want jobs," the conservative activist says she told Bush. Bush wants tax cuts, too, and on Friday, Congress moved a step closer to passing its second round of tax breaks in as many years.

05/10/2003