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Bush to propose spending freeze
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Bush to propose spending freeze

BY Joseph Curl

President Bush will propose an increase of less than 1 percent for federal programs not related to defense or homeland security, effectively freezing discretionary spending in the next budget, after coming under fire from conservatives to control runaway spending. But the president will propose increasing governmentwide homeland security funding by 9.7 percent in the fiscal 2005 budget, and the military budget is expected to increase by a small amount.

01/23/2004
Republicans test airwaves to break judicial impasse
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Republicans test airwaves to break judicial impasse

BY Charles Hurt

Republicans and their supporters are taking the debate over President Bush's stalled judicial nominations directly to voters in an untested effort to find out whether people actually care about the increasingly politicized issue. Television advertisements have gone up in South Carolina; radio ads are running in Michigan and Republicans scheduled 30 straight hours of debate next week on judicial nominations that will be broadcast live on C-SPAN 2.

11/09/2003
Conservative groups align against tax rise in Alabama
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Conservative groups align against tax rise in Alabama

BY Donald Lambro

Copyright (c) 2003 Bell & Howell Information and Learning Company. All rights reserved. Tuesday, August 12, 2003 NATION

08/12/2003
Economic fallout from attacks
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Economic fallout from attacks

BY James Miller III

The tragedy of September 11 was a wake-up call to Americans complacent about the kind of terrorism experienced all too frequently overseas - from Belfast to Tel Aviv, from London to Moscow, from Tokyo to Paris.

02/21/2003
Misguided drug plan
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Misguided drug plan

BY Donald Lambro

West Virginia Gov. Bob Wise wants a Canadian-style system to control pharmaceutical prices. But if he gets his way, West Virginians will have fewer drug choices and longer, more costly illnesses. Faced with a state budget crisis, deepened by rising Medicaid costs, Mr. Wise blames higher drug prices for West Virginia's fiscal woes and wants drug-makers to charge the same prices set by the Canadian government, not by the marketplace.

01/20/2003
GAS REVOLT
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GAS REVOLT

BY John McCaslin

Boston had their tea party. It was only a matter of time before Washingtonians began taking to the streets to voice their displeasure with the high price of a gallon of gasoline. For instance, bureaucrats leaving the headquarters of the Environmental Protection Agency last week were handed pink slips, or a "Notice of Termination" on pink paper, as they headed down into the subway. The notice read: "To: All EPA Bureaucrats "From: The American Taxpayer

01/01/2003
Why Cleveland needs school choice
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Why Cleveland needs school choice

 I would like to commend Robert Holland's outstanding column, "Hearts, minds, and vouchers," in your Feb. 19 Commentary section. But I would like to expand on his depiction of Cleveland schools.

02/23/2002
District needs more competition for Comcast
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District needs more competition for Comcast

BY JASON THOMAS

The Jan. 16 Business story "Comcast increasing D.C.-area rates" is an indication of another reason why the Justice Department and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should quickly approve the pending merger of EchoStar and DirecTV. This merger will free up valuable spectrum space so that the new entity will be able to offer more channels at a cost that is comparable to, or better than, that of cable television.

01/17/2002
Challenge of global antitrust
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Challenge of global antitrust

BY James Miller III

The recent GE-Honeywell debacle should be a wake-up call about the potential for antitrust enforcement by foreign governments to affect U.S. companies and, eventually, U.S. consumers.

10/22/2001
HEARTS AND BRAINS
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HEARTS AND BRAINS

BY John McCaslin

She likens her new job as going from the "pros to college ball," the latter "having more heart." Nancy Mitchell Pfotenhauer, whose past "professional" experience includes chief economist for President George Bush's Council on Competitiveness and executive vice president of Citizens for a Sound Economy, is the new president and chief executive officer of the Independent Women's Forum, or IWF, a group of ladies - and a man or two - listed on one Washington list as "in" this year, while the National Organization for Women was demoted to "out."

04/18/2001

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