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Final Push From Allies of Tax Plan
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Final Push From Allies of Tax Plan

BY Amy Gardner

Gov. Mike Easley stepped up his effort to end the state's budget crisis Friday, throwing himself behind a tax package that goes to the House floor next week and urging his supporters to do the same. Opponents of a tax increase, meanwhile, launched their own campaign to defeat the proposal, sending out e-mail messages and saying that Easley and other Democrats do not have enough votes in the House.

08/25/2001
Salmon Recovery Based on Junk Science
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Salmon Recovery Based on Junk Science

Not Enough Fish? Over the past decade, more than two dozen subgroups of Pacific Northwest salmon and steelhead have been placed on the Endangered Species List. Yet salmon populations are surging. For example, Sockeye runs are the highest in 15 years and spring Chinook salmon runs are the highest since 1938. Salmon Recovery

08/24/2001
In Social Security Debate, Ownership is Key
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In Social Security Debate, Ownership is Key

Today’s young workers face a developing crisis that will not only affect them, but also their children. The crisis? Their lack of control over their retirement future.

08/24/2001
Florida Legislator, CSE Member Wins Prestigious Award
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Florida Legislator, CSE Member Wins Prestigious Award

Delray Beach, FL - Jim Kallinger couldn’t take it anymore. A general contractor from Winter Park, Jim often worked with government agencies. Jim was becoming increasingly frustrated with the red tape and lack of free market perspective shown by the government agencies. "There are better ways to run government," he said.

08/24/2001
Phlebotomizers at the IMF
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Phlebotomizers at the IMF

Copley News Service, 08/23/2001

08/23/2001
CSE Draws Attention to the Social Security Debate
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CSE Draws Attention to the Social Security Debate

Washington – On Wednesday, August 22, the President’s Commission to Strengthen Social Security met at the Loews Grand Hotel in Washington, D.C. Literally dozens of reporters were dispatched to the event along with several television cameras from outlets such as Fox News Channel, CNN, C-SPAN, Cox Broadcasting, and Belo Broadcasting. They were all there not only to cover the Commission meeting, but also to hear what those inside the beltway had to say about the President’s Commission and Social Security reform.

08/23/2001
Between Mouthfuls, Reporters Hear a Mouthful
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Between Mouthfuls, Reporters Hear a Mouthful

It had the desperate atmosphere of a red-light district, these hallways of the hotel where the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security met Wednesday. Here, in the fierce competition for public opinion, interest group representatives strutted about with bold-faced press releases and laid bare their hospitality tables piled high with pasta salad and cold cuts. The goal: lure reporters into their news conferences.

08/23/2001
Social Security Experts Available to Discuss President's Commission
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Social Security Experts Available to Discuss President's Commission

News Advisory: Today, August 22, the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security will hold its third meeting to discuss ways to save the Social Security System. While it is clear members of the Commission support modernization, some of the proposed solutions are quite confusing. Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation, a national grassroots organization with nearly 300,000 members nationally, has several experts available to discuss the options available to the Commission in their efforts to find ways to shore up Social Security.

08/22/2001
President's Social Security Commission Begins Work, And Touches Off Vigorous Interest Group Debate
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President's Social Security Commission Begins Work, And Touches Off Vigorous Interest Group Debate

Former Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan and AOL Time Warner COO Richard Parsons spoke following a morning meeting of the President's Commission on Strengthening Social Security. The morning meeting was behind closed doors, but the commission had a public assembly scheduled from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

08/22/2001
Stay Open to Virtual Charter Schools
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Stay Open to Virtual Charter Schools

As published in The Philadephia Inquirer, August 21, 2001 Pennsylvania's growing virtual charter school movement is facing a fierce backlash.

08/21/2001

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