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FreedomWorks Supports Sen. Ensign Telecom Reform Bill
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FreedomWorks Supports Sen. Ensign Telecom Reform Bill

Click here to download the .pdf. The Honorable Bill Frist Majority Leader United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 November 14, 2005 Dear Majority Leader Frist:

11/15/2005
Medicaid: Bigger Generic Drug Rebates May Not Help Contain Costs
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Medicaid: Bigger Generic Drug Rebates May Not Help Contain Costs

November 15, 2005 The U.S. Senate Washington, D.C. Dear Senator,

11/15/2005
Burdens of Regulatory Fat
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Burdens of Regulatory Fat

This piece originally ran in the Washington Times on November 14, 2005 After Hurricane Katrina, very few members of Congress have stepped forward with a meaningful plan for paying what's already an astronomical tab, other than driving America deeper into the red. While the hurricane relief debt steadily climbs, only a few members have dared suggest this spending be offset by reducing ever so slightly some of the taxpayer billions spent on pork-barrel special interest programs.

11/14/2005
Burdens of regulatory fat
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Burdens of regulatory fat

BY Matt Kibbe

After Hurricane Katrina, very few members of Congress have stepped forward with a meaningful plan for paying what's already an astronomical tab, other than driving America deeper into the red. While the hurricane relief debt steadily climbs, only a few members have dared suggest this spending be offset by reducing ever so slightly some of the taxpayer billions spent on pork-barrel special interest programs.

11/14/2005
FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter on Return Free
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FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter on Return Free

Download the .pdf of the letter here October 28, 2005 The Honorable Joseph Knollenberg 2349 Rayburn House Office Building Washington DC 20515 Dear Representative Knollenberg:

11/10/2005
FreedomWorks and Fiscal Responsibility Coalition Support Deficit Reduction Act
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FreedomWorks and Fiscal Responsibility Coalition Support Deficit Reduction Act

To All Members of the U.S. House of Representatives Dear Representative: On behalf of the members of the Fiscal Responsibility Coalition (FRC), we are writing to encourage you to pass the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005.

11/09/2005
2006 Agriculture Approps Bill Busts the Budget
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2006 Agriculture Approps Bill Busts the Budget

Download a .pdf of the letter House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Representative,

11/03/2005
FreedomWorks: Disappointment with Passage of H.Res 520
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FreedomWorks: Disappointment with Passage of H.Res 520

Dear Representative, On behalf of more than 700,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I am writing to voice our collective disappointment in the passage of H.Res 520, the Agriculture Appropriations Conference Report rule because the conference report exceeds the Budget Resolution. As the CBO has reported, the conference report violates the FY06 budget resolution by $199 million by exceeding the Ag 302(b) allocation. As a result, the Rule asked Members to waive a point of order lying against H.R. 2744, and thus waive the budget resolution.

10/31/2005
Tax Relief Coalition Calls for Permanent Tax Relief
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Tax Relief Coalition Calls for Permanent Tax Relief

TO: All Members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives

10/21/2005
Uncle Sam and the Bed Pan Question
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Uncle Sam and the Bed Pan Question

BY Matt Kibbe

Health care costs continue to skyrocket nationwide, driving up government spending at double digit rates and hurting American economic competitiveness. But, instead of addressing this crisis head on by passing medical malpractice tort reform and pro-competition policies like medical savings accounts, the federal health care bureaucracy is getting ready to add new mandates and regulations that will further drive up the cost of providing health care. The latest onerous regulation is Hospital CAHPS (HCAPHS), which will pile unnecessary new burdens on our nation's hospitals with no discernable benefit. HCAHPS is a survey on hospital care dreamed up by Medicare and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). Bureaucrats at these two departments have decided that all hospitals participating in Medicare—virtually every one in the nation—should "voluntarily" post patient responses to a new quality survey on the Medicare website. It is an exercise in regulatory overkill that expert after expert has indicated will actually hinder its supposed goal.

10/18/2005

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