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CSE Backgound - Charter Schools
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CSE Backgound - Charter Schools

CHARTER SCHOOLS Most parents agree: Our current education system needs improvement. Charter schools can help by bringing competition, accountability, opportunity, and innovation to our public schools. Parental involvement is a key factor in your child’s success at school, and a key factor in the success of charter schools. Why?

03/15/1999
Issue Analysis 84 - Clinton’s FY 2000 Budget: Washington Keeps $22 Trillion, Taxpayers Get $0
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Issue Analysis 84 - Clinton’s FY 2000 Budget: Washington Keeps $22 Trillion, Taxpayers Get $0

One year ago, Bill Clinton promised to "save every penny" of the budget surplus for Social Security. Today, with budget surpluses projected well into the next century, Clinton’s FY 2000 budget proposes to grab nearly half of any future surpluses for new spending. Just as remarkable, Clinton calls for a net tax increase, not a tax cut, even though his budget assumes that Americans will pay war-era levels of tax revenues for at least the next decade. If enacted, the president’s FY 2000 budget plan would mean:

02/05/1999
Capitol Comment 209 - Tales from the Crypt Part I: The Pork-Laden Omnibus Appropriations Bill of 1998
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Capitol Comment

Capitol Comment 209 - Tales from the Crypt Part I: The Pork-Laden Omnibus Appropriations Bill of 1998

Who can forget the image of President Ronald Reagan hoisting a foot-high, pork-laden spending bill during his 1988 State of the Union Address and warning the then-Democratically-controlled Congress not to send him another such bill upon the threat of his veto.

10/28/1998

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