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Capitol Comment 432
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Capitol Comment 432

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12/14/2009
Capitol Comment Number 431
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Capitol Comment Number 431

To download a PDF of this article, please click here. With a complete overhaul of the American health care system being considered by Congress, who will lose? BIG WINNERS:

10/22/2009
Cap-and-Trade’s Unlikely Critics
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Cap-and-Trade’s Unlikely Critics

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08/27/2009
Capitol Comment Number 429
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Capitol Comment Number 429

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02/06/2009
Capitol Comment: Regulatory Piracy
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Capitol Comment: Regulatory Piracy

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03/01/2007
Talking Points on Colorado TABOR
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Talking Points on Colorado TABOR

• TABOR has become a handy scapegoat for Colorado’s supposed budget woes, despite what the facts actually show. Without TABOR Colorado would be a fiscal disaster similar to what is happening in California. In fact without the much maligned ratchet effect Colorado’s fiscal situation would be far worse than what it is now. Ten years before TABOR the government grew at more than twice the rate of population increases and inflation. Without the TABOR constraint the State would have probably spent all those revenues.

02/15/2005
Capitol Comment 299 - President’s Social Security Commission is Right on the Money: Social Security Will Soon Have None
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Capitol Comment 299 - President’s Social Security Commission is Right on the Money: Social Security Will Soon Have None

In 1934, President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed a committee to study poverty among the elderly. In this Committee on Economic Security, our current Social Security system was born. Today, Social Security stands as one of the most popular – and expensive – government programs in American history.

08/30/2001
Capitol Comment 298: Expanding Children’s Education Opportunities
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Capitol Comment 298: Expanding Children’s Education Opportunities

State and federal policymakers alike are responding to calls from parents, taxpayers, and scholars to improve education by putting an end to the "one-size-fits-all" approach that most states currently use. Different states are taking different approaches to the issue.  

07/27/2001
Capitol Comment 297 - Abundant Energy: The Building Block of Prosperity
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Capitol Comment 297 - Abundant Energy: The Building Block of Prosperity

Rising gas prices and rolling blackouts have made energy policy a hot issue nationwide. Some believe the solution is to procure new supplies to meet increasing demand. Others argue that conservation and efficiency will make more production unnecessary.

07/10/2001
Innovative Technologies and Copyright Law: A Topic of Discussion at Young Republican Convention
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Innovative Technologies and Copyright Law: A Topic of Discussion at Young Republican Convention

New Orleans, LA - Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation's (CSEF) Erick Gustafson, director of the Center for Consumer Choice, participated in a panel discussion on the Napster court case and copyright reform before an audience at the annual Young Republican Convention. Also included on the panel moderated by Tulane Law Professor Justin Zitler were recording industry representative Marc Racicot, the former Governor of Montana, and Manus Cooney of Napster.

06/18/2001

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