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- Spectrum rethink. // Broadcasting & Cable;4/10/95, Vol. 125 Issue 15, p97
Reports on The Heritage Foundation's plans to release a Budget Report containing ideas for further privatization of the broadcast spectrum.
- Issues '96. // Policy Review;Jul/Aug96, Issue 78, p62
Announces the release `Issues'96' a 570-page candidate-education guide published by the Heritage Foundation. Topics covered; Web site.
- What's new at Heritage. // Policy Review;May/Jun96, Issue 77, p61
Reports on the Heritage Foundation developments for May 1996. Announcement of a Republican agenda by House Majority Leader Dick Armey; Speech of Lamar Alexander on `citizenship agenda'; Lecture of Patrick Buchanan on reining in the government of the judiciary.
- Breakfast for champions. Meyerson, Adam // Policy Review;Sep/Oct97, Issue 85, p7
Features the Heritage Foundation fundraisers for private civic groups that aid the needy and their `Breakfast for Champions' series. Goal in hosting fundraisers; Results of fund raising efforts; Heritage Foundation message to the United States Congress.
- Salvatori Prize. // Policy Review;Jan/Feb96, Issue 75, p63
Reports that beginning 1996, the Heritage Foundation will give an annual Salvatori Prize for American Citizenship. Cash prize.
- Poor No More. Elvin, John // Insight on the News;11/02/98, Vol. 14 Issue 40, p35
Reports on the belief of the Heritage Foundation, that poor Americans are better housed, better fed and own more personal property than average Americans. Facts by foundation analyst Robert Rector to support the assessment; Reference to findings by the United States Census Bureau on poverty.
- The electronic library. // National Journal;2/22/97, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p389
Reports on the World Wide Web site of the Heritage Foundation on government regulation.
- Heavy hitters. // San Diego Business Journal;4/24/95, Vol. 16 Issue 17, p26
Reports on The Heritage Foundation's annual board meeting in Rancho Bernardo, Calif. at the Rancho Bernardo Inn. Presentations at the meeting; Conservative reputation of the institution.
- Group formed for Asian journalists. // Editor & Publisher;4/30/94, Vol. 127 Issue 18, p46
Reports on the Asian Studies Center of the Heritage Foundation's formation of the Washington Roundtable for the Asia-Pacific Press. Foreign correspondents association for Washington-based journalist from Asia and the Pacific Basin; Membership open to U.S. reporters covering Asian affairs.