Colorado Springs -- Americans for Prosperity Colorado this week promised a vigorous defense of Colorados Taxpayers Bill of Rights, which faces yet another challenge -- this time in the form of a federal lawsuit claiming TABORs spending and taxing limits somehow deprive Coloradans of a representative form of government guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
COLORADO SPRINGS - Americans for Prosperity today announced that Sean Paige, a former Colorado Springs city councilman with more than 20 years of experience in journalism and public policy work, has been hired as deputy director of AFPs Colorado chapter. Paige joins Colorado State Director Jeff Crank. Growth in grassroots membership and AFPs increasingly-high profile in the state mean theres plenty of work to be done. Paige officially begins on June 1st.
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Your local Jefferson County school board appoints district administrators to negotiate with union leaders over how employees are paid, teacher and staff working conditions, and various union perks. The JCEA teachers union bargaining agreement says Negotiations shall be conducted in open sessions, unless both parties agree to the contrary.
For Immediate Release April 26, 2011
Contact: Jeff Crank, (719)332-8644
Americans for Prosperity Colorado Releases Radio & Television Ad: Skorman Record is Liberal
Issue Ads running on Colorado Springs radio and television stations
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On April 15th and 16th several TEA Parties were held around Colorado. Thousands of Coloradans rallied for the government to get spending under control at all levels of government.
The TEA Party movement and liberty groups are alive and well in Colorado and focusing their energy on holding elected officials accountable.
To learn more about how you can get involved in the TEA Party movement in Colorado, contact infoCO@afphq.org.