Contact FreedomWorks

400 North Capitol Street, NW
Suite 765
Washington, DC 20001

  • Toll Free 1.888.564.6273
  • Local 202.783.3870
Proposed tax on Texas coal would generate $ 100 million

By taxing the coal industry in the same manner as oil and gas, Texas could receive a $ 100 million infusion in revenue, according to a study released Tuesday. "Our state is getting a raw deal, we're missing out on a huge chunk of income and giving an unfair advantage to coal over oil and gas," said Karen Hadden, clean air coordinator of the Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition, a Texas-based sustainable energy advocacy group.

http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW

Proposed tax on Texas coal would generate $ 100 million

BY Robert Mayer

By taxing the coal industry in the same manner as oil and gas, Texas could receive a $ 100 million infusion in revenue, according to a study released Tuesday. "Our state is getting a raw deal, we're missing out on a huge chunk of income and giving an unfair advantage to coal over oil and gas," said Karen Hadden, clean air coordinator of the Sustainable Energy and Economic Development Coalition, a Texas-based sustainable energy advocacy group.

04/25/2001
Gov. Perry supports Bush tax proposals

Gov. Rick Perry expressed support Wednesday for President George W. Bush's proposed tax cut, urging the U.S. Congress to support the measure and to stop "over-charging" Americans. The majority of the Bush's 10-year $ 1.6 trillion tax cut would come from income tax reductions, repeal of the estate tax and the marriage tax and doubling the $ 500 per child tax credit.

http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW

Gov. Perry supports Bush tax proposals

BY Jeffrey Norton

Gov. Rick Perry expressed support Wednesday for President George W. Bush's proposed tax cut, urging the U.S. Congress to support the measure and to stop "over-charging" Americans. The majority of the Bush's 10-year $ 1.6 trillion tax cut would come from income tax reductions, repeal of the estate tax and the marriage tax and doubling the $ 500 per child tax credit.

04/12/2001
Republican Forum Aims to Educate Oregon State U. Students on Tax Cuts

In hopes of informing the public on president George W. Bush's tax plan, the Oregon State University College Republicans held a forum Wednesday in MU 213. Bush's tax-cut plan, which was submitted to Congress Tuesday night, is an attempt to return money to taxpayers over a period of 10 years. Russ Walker, director of the Citizens for a Sound Economy, discussed the tax cut and how he feels it would improve our economy. "America has not had a major tax cut since 1981," Walker said. "Since then we have had five major tax increases."

http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW

Republican Forum Aims to Educate Oregon State U. Students on Tax Cuts

BY Courtney Cross

In hopes of informing the public on president George W. Bush's tax plan, the Oregon State University College Republicans held a forum Wednesday in MU 213. Bush's tax-cut plan, which was submitted to Congress Tuesday night, is an attempt to return money to taxpayers over a period of 10 years. Russ Walker, director of the Citizens for a Sound Economy, discussed the tax cut and how he feels it would improve our economy. "America has not had a major tax cut since 1981," Walker said. "Since then we have had five major tax increases."

03/02/2001
Ad Feud Dominates N.C. Gubernatorial Campaign

In an election season filled with allegations of unethical behavior, Republicans seemed to have locked on a single topic in the North Carolina gubernatorial race. The latest controversy centers around a series of state-funded public service announcements created by Attorney General Mike Easley -- the Democratic nominee for governor. Former Charlotte Mayor and Republican gubernatorial nominee Richard Vinroot alleges that the ads, aimed at increasing awareness of predatory lending practices, promoted Easley's gubernatorial bid.

http://d7.freedomworks.org.s3.amazonaws.com/styles/thumbnail/s3/te_social_media_share/fw_default_0.jpg?itok=mX_C44GW

Ad Feud Dominates N.C. Gubernatorial Campaign

BY James Herriott

In an election season filled with allegations of unethical behavior, Republicans seemed to have locked on a single topic in the North Carolina gubernatorial race. The latest controversy centers around a series of state-funded public service announcements created by Attorney General Mike Easley -- the Democratic nominee for governor. Former Charlotte Mayor and Republican gubernatorial nominee Richard Vinroot alleges that the ads, aimed at increasing awareness of predatory lending practices, promoted Easley's gubernatorial bid.

09/21/2000