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FreedomWorks Member participates in Presidential Townhall in Raleigh
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FreedomWorks Member participates in Presidential Townhall in Raleigh

From sea to shining sea, FreedomWorks activists are showing their support for Personal Retirement Accounts (PRAs) that workers own and control. As President Bush tours the nation in a series of town halls on Social Security, FreedomWorks members are showing up at every turn to support his plan. Nationwide, FreedomWorks is helping the President spread the message: it’s time to create Social Security Personal Retirement Accounts.

04/04/2005
Fight the Multi-Billion Dollar Tax Hike in Colorado
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Fight the Multi-Billion Dollar Tax Hike in Colorado

DENVER. There’s a tax hike making its way through the Colorado legislature , and it’s being supported by Governor Bill Owens!

04/04/2005
Bill could take toll on roads
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Bill could take toll on roads

BY PETER URBAN

WASHINGTON — Congress nudged the door ajar for "gateway tolls" on Connecticut's borders. Tucked into the 1,075-page transportation bill that recently cleared the House of Representatives are provisions that remove, under some circumstances, federal financial roadblocks that have stopped states like Connecticut from imposing new highway tolls. "It is highway robbery," Michael Riley, a lobbyist for the state's trucking industry, said of the prospect of tolls.

04/04/2005
Call to Action: Stop the Asbestos Tax
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Call to Action: Stop the Asbestos Tax

There’s a plan to create a slush fund for trial lawyers in the Senate, and we need your help to stop it!

04/03/2005
Legislators want to re-examine highway program
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Legislators want to re-examine highway program

State officials say it might cost less than expected to fix hundreds of cracked bridges in Oregon and that the $2.5 billion highway upgrade approved two years ago needs another look. Some want to use any extra money for unfunded congestion relief projects such as the Sunrise Corridor in Clackamas County and a Newberg-Dundee bypass. The project's $1.3 billion bridge-fixing centerpiece has created 1,400 jobs, nowhere near the 4,800 a year backers promised for the overall project.

04/03/2005
Help Bring Justice Back to West Virginia’s Courts
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Help Bring Justice Back to West Virginia’s Courts

We’re fighting to help put an end to lawsuit abuse in West Virginia, and we need your help!

04/02/2005
Support shown for, against Social Security at Janesville rally
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Support shown for, against Social Security at Janesville rally

BY Dan Hinkel

Some people drove from around the state to line Main Street on Friday to oppose private Social Security accounts. Some came to support private accounts. AARP organizers set up a rally near Rep. Paul Ryan's downtown Janesville office to lobby Ryan-who was not there-to abandon plans to overhaul the program. "The solution should not be worse than the problem," said Lisa Lamkins of AARP. The crowd skewed elderly and middle-aged but featured some younger faces.

04/02/2005
U.S. House Moves to Re-Regulate Trucking Industry
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U.S. House Moves to Re-Regulate Trucking Industry

OPPOSE ECONOMIC RE-REGULATION OF TRUCKING INDUSTRY THROUGH MANDATORY FUEL SURCHARGES • The House recently passed its version of the surface transportation bill, which included a provision that would undo 25 years of free-market transportation policy and would lead to the economic re-regulation of the trucking industry.

04/01/2005
FreedomWorks Attends Congressman Reichert’s Social Security Workshop
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FreedomWorks Attends Congressman Reichert’s Social Security Workshop

FreedomWorks Washington members attended Congressman Reichert’s Social Security Workshop on March 29, 2005, at Bellevue High School. The panel included Rob Nichols – US Treasury, Sally Canfield – Speaker Hastert’s Staff, and Paul Guppy – Washington Policy Center.

04/01/2005
FreedomWorks Continues Social Security Media Blitz in Florida
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FreedomWorks Continues Social Security Media Blitz in Florida

MCALPIN, FLORIDA. FreedomWorks Florida State Director John Hallman took part in a radio interview with Jerry Hughes, whose program is broadcast on the Accent Radio Network out of McAlpin, Florida. Hughes' show, Straight Talk, airs weekdays from 2-5 pm and is syndicated on 14 stations in eight states. He also hosts a weekend show called Conceived in Liberty that airs on Saturdays from 7-9 PM. John talked about Social Security reform as well as Tax Reform and Tort Reform. John also covered issues such as school choice and the increasing size of the Federal Government.

04/01/2005

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