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Barrett gets community pulse on Social Security
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Barrett gets community pulse on Social Security

BY NICHOLAS CHARALAMBOUS

Following through on President George W. Bush’s call to take Republican plans for Social Security reform to the people during the Easter recess, U.S. Rep. Gresham Barrett held a discussion Wednesday at Anderson College, revealing widespread anxiety about the issue among baby boomers and retirees.

03/23/2005
The Time is Now: A Taxpayer Bill of Rights for Arizona
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The Time is Now: A Taxpayer Bill of Rights for Arizona

At the beginning of the decade, Arizona, like many states, faced a series of fiscal shortfalls. Starting in 2001, Arizona ran deficits for three consecutive years, with the largest being a $1.2 billion shortfall in fiscal year 2003. Often blamed on a tax system that provides insufficient revenue, an inspection of Arizona’s budgetary history indicates the stateÂ’s persistent budgetary shortfalls are actually due to high rates of expenditure growth.

03/22/2005
Florida 2005 Freedom Agenda
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Florida 2005 Freedom Agenda

Florida 2005 Freedom Agenda Dear Legislator, Last year Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) and Empower America joined forces to create a powerful new grassroots organization named simply; FreedomWorks. As a volunteer leader of this exciting new group, I want you to know what our Florida FreedomWorks membership of over 32,000 activists around Florida view as the most critical issues for taxpayers this year. EDUCATION: Teach Our Children That Freedom Works!

03/22/2005
FreedomWorks Economist Presents at South Carolina Townhalls
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FreedomWorks Economist Presents at South Carolina Townhalls

SOUTH CAROLINA. FreedomWorks Director of Policy Max Pappas is making the case for personal accounts at seven South Carolina townhall meetings this week. (Below are some pictures from the Aiken, South Carolina town hall.) Turnout has been higher than expected by Congressman Gresham Barrett and his staff. Also speaking at these events is Mike Korbey, Sr. Advisor to the Deputy Commissioner of the Social Security Administration.

03/22/2005
Florida FreedomWorks Descends on Tallahassee
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Florida FreedomWorks Descends on Tallahassee

Florida FreedomWorks gathered in Tallahassee to advocate tax cuts, tort reform, school vouchers and a bill to require the teaching of US History and our founding documents.

03/22/2005
FreedomWorks Florida Social Security Campaign: No Stop for Spring Break!
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FreedomWorks Florida Social Security Campaign: No Stop for Spring Break!

Florida State Director John Hallman continues to travel around Florida attending Social Security Townhall meetings and distributing literature promoting Personal Retirement Accounts. On March 1st, John attended a debate between Congressman Clay Shaw and Congressman Robert Wexler in West Palm Beach. On March 18th, John attended President Bush's Social Security Townhall meeting in Orlando and on March 21st, John attended Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart's Social Security Townhall meeting in Miami.

03/22/2005
Push for Social Security Reform in IA This Week
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Push for Social Security Reform in IA This Week

IOWA. There’s a crucial opportunity this week to push for Social Security reform in Iowa!

03/22/2005
Florida Education Bill Consideration THIS WEEK
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Florida Education Bill Consideration THIS WEEK

FreedomWorks has endorsed the following bill and needs your assistance for it to become law.

03/22/2005
Ethan Allen Institute Program On Universal Health Care
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Ethan Allen Institute Program On Universal Health Care

Montpelier. Should the Vermont legislature enact a publicly financed universal health care system for all Vermonters? Pro: Deborah Richter MD. President, Vermont Health Care for All; member of Coalition 21, and long time advocate for universal health care at the national level. Con: David Gratzer MD, of Toronto, Ontario. Senior fellow, Manhattan Institute; author of Code Blue: Reviving Canada’s Health Care System.

03/22/2005
NC FreedomWorks Launches Assault on Tax Hike
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NC FreedomWorks Launches Assault on Tax Hike

Politicians in Raleigh got more than they bargained for when they proposed a 900 percent increase on cigarette taxes: FreedomWorks’ 22,946 members in North Carolina have launched a massive grassroots campaign to stop this tax hike. During his February 21st state of the state address, Governor Mike Easley proposed a $277.1 million increase in cigarette taxes for medical spending. This hike would raise cigarette taxes from 5 cents a pack—the lowest in the nation—to 50 cents a pack. The proposal would give the Tar Heel State a higher tax rate than all of its neighbors.

03/22/2005

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