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Florida FreedomWorks Presents on Social Security in Broward County
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Florida FreedomWorks Presents on Social Security in Broward County

BROWARD. Florida State Director spoke on Social Security Reform to the Tamarac Republican Club in Broward County on March 24th. The presentation is part of a broad, nationwide education campaign by FreedomWorks.

04/01/2005
Bush looking for new ways to pitch Social Security plan
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Bush looking for new ways to pitch Social Security plan

BY RON HUTCHESON

WASHINGTON - (KRT) - President Bush is hoping that younger workers will breathe new life into his stalled plan for redesigning Social Security. Lawmakers returning to Congress from their spring break say Bush's efforts to build support for personal retirement accounts have fallen flat. At the halfway point in the administration's "60 cities in 60 days" tour to promote change, Bush appears to be, at best, only marginally closer to his goal than when he launched the public-relations effort at the beginning of March.

04/01/2005
FreedomWorks Opposes Wisconsin Tax Hike
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FreedomWorks Opposes Wisconsin Tax Hike

Sometimes it seems like the foxes are running the hen-house. Even though Wisconsin is already one of the highest taxed states in the nation, a group of state legislators are proposing a 129 percent tax increase on cigarettes in order to further grow the size of government. Instead of looking for savings and efficiency, Representatives Gielow, Wasserman, and Hines are proposing to tax Wisconsinites even more to fix the state's budget woes.

03/31/2005
Taking on Social Security reform
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Taking on Social Security reform

BY Ryan Masse

For those supporting President Bush’s plan to reform Social Security, poll numbers do not paint a promising trend. In the latest Badger Poll, 49 percent of respondents said Social Security needs a major overhaul, down from 64 percent two months ago. A study by the Pew Research Center, meanwhile, found only 46 percent of respondents favored implementing private accounts, an 8 percent decrease from December.

03/31/2005
"Say NO to take-a-number-and wait government health care!"
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"Say NO to take-a-number-and wait government health care!"

FreedomWorks-Vermont, the newly-formed Vermont chapter of the citizen action group, vowed today to build a statewide coalition of citizens, taxpayers, small businesses, health care professionals, and patients to defeat the plans to put all Vermont health care under government control.

03/30/2005
PowerPoint: Fundamentals of Social Security Reform
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PowerPoint: Fundamentals of Social Security Reform

Answer the Left's scare tactics on Social Security! Please download and use this PowerPoint Presentation on "Fundamental Points to Stress....Social Security". It's a great resource. Right Click Here to Download (file size 6 MB)

03/30/2005
The Deal: The Case for Social Security Personal Accounts
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The Deal: The Case for Social Security Personal Accounts

The following is a speech delivered by FreedomWorks Director of Policy Max Pappas on March 16, 2005, at the Fund for American Studies. The event was hosted by the America’s Future Foundation. Joining Max on the pro-personal accounts side was Brooke Oberwetter of the Cato Institute. Dean Baker of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, and Ben Hubbard of the Center for American Progress presented the case against.

03/30/2005
New Study Challenges Criticisms of Colorado's Taxpayers' Bill of Rights
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New Study Challenges Criticisms of Colorado's Taxpayers' Bill of Rights

At a time when sixteen states are considering similar taxpayer-rights legislation, Colorado's Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) has come under sharp scrutiny in recent months. Since 1992 TABOR has imposed strict tax and spending limits on Colorado lawmakers. In the wake of the most recent recession critics have blamed TABOR for decimating Colorado's public services, and have proposed to loosen or repeal its key tax and spending restrictions.

03/30/2005
Single Payer Health Care – As Seen by Its Advocates
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Single Payer Health Care – As Seen by Its Advocates

Single Payer Health Care – As Seen by Its Advocates ETHAN ALLEN INSTITUTE POLICY BRIEF 017 March 24, 2005

03/30/2005
Wisconsin Counterprotest This Thursday and Friday
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Wisconsin Counterprotest This Thursday and Friday

Personal Accounts Save Social Security

03/30/2005

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