Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… group arose out of the split of an earlier Koch-backed organization called Citizens for a Sound Economy, which became Americans for Prosperity and Freedomworks. The latter group …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… ip positions at Koch-funded nonprofits including Americans for Prosperity, Citizens for a Sound Economy and the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation.The Institute for Energy Res …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… ustrialist billionaires Charles and David Koch. The group is a spin-off of Citizens for a Sound Economy, which the Koch brothers founded in 1984.The Koch brothers reportedly plan …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… ating” the tea party movement. The group emerged in 2004 as a spinoff of Citizens for a Sound Economy, an organization founded in 1984 by the Koch brothers.AFP supports “cutt …"

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"… omWorks for America, a tea party-aligned super PAC that is a descendant of Citizens for a Sound Economy, which was founded and funded by conservative billionaire brothers Charles …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… mist for the Republican National Committee and executive vice president of Citizens for a Sound Economy.That group broke up in 2003, spinning off a foundation that became America …"

"… 3, spinning off a foundation that became Americans for Prosperity. In 2004 Citizens for a Sound Economy, with Kibbe as president, merged with Empower America to become today’s …"

"… as president, merged with Empower America to become today’s FreedomWorks.Citizens for a Sound Economy was an industry-funded think tank that promoted deregulation. It was funde …"

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"… ief economist for the Republican National Committee and policy analyst for Citizens for a Sound Economy.Dick Armey (now ex-chairman of FreedomWorks Inc): A leader in the tea part …"

"… domWorks nonprofit was born in 2004 from the merger of Empower America and Citizens for a Sound Economy, an industry-funded think tank promoting deregulation and funded in large …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… ated FreedomWorks Inc. was formed in 2004 when Empower America merged with Citizens for a Sound Economy. Billionaire David Koch, an energy executive, political activist, and 1980 …"

"… ist, and 1980 Libertarian Party vice presidential nominee, was chairman of Citizens for a Sound Economy and a co-founder.   A spokesman for Sen. Hatch did not respond to a r …"

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"… director of libertarian think tank the Cato Institute, the anti-regulation Citizens for a Sound Economy (now known as FreedomWorks), and the Acton Institute, which “integrates …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… ute, the Brookings Institution, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Citizens for a Sound Economy, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Grover Norquist's Council for National …"

Excerpts from this story referencing Citizens for a Sound Economy

"… nd libertarian voices including the Cato Institute, the Reason Foundation, Citizens for a Sound Economy and the Federalist Society. All regularly beat the drum in official Washin …"

"… r at the university, he helped found another Koch-funded think tank called Citizens for a Sound Economy in the mid-1980s.One of the groups housed at GMU is the Institute for Huma …"

"… to have the most incestuous relationship with Koch is the Washington-based Citizens for a Sound Economy.CSE was founded in 1984 by Charles and David Koch and Richard Fink, the gr …"

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"… ton as a “corrupt radical” and “out-of-the-mainstream leftist.”The Citizens for a Sound Economy pledged to raise $1 million to defeat Clinton in New York. CSE is a 15-yea …"

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"… or Geneva Steel, but while wearing another of his hats – perhaps that of Citizens for a Sound Economy.Based in Washington, D.C., CSE describes itself as an organization of “g …"

"… wholeheartedly to upending the EPA proposals. From April 1997 to May 1999, Citizens for a Sound Economy issued 18 publications on the environment, eight of which were devoted to …"

"… Gray the lawyer, Gray the former White House counsel, Gray the chairman of Citizens for a Sound Economy, Gray the head of the Alliance for Reasonable Regulation, Gray the co-chai …"

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"… ive book” to “every voter in the state.”Think tank goes politicalThe Citizens for a Sound Economy is also joining the U.S. Senate campaign.It is a consumer-advocate conserv …"

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"… sh, R-Ind., and worked for the conservative nonprofit issue advocacy group Citizens for a Sound Economy. The group’s founders committee includes such conservatives as Brent Boz …"

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"… ge has helped the group maintain anonymity for future campaign involvement.Citizens for a Sound Economy: The Citizens for a Sound Economy has also jumped on the 527 bandwago …"

"… ity for future campaign involvement.Citizens for a Sound Economy: The Citizens for a Sound Economy has also jumped on the 527 bandwagon this spring.The Washington-based cons …"