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AFP Invites Citizen-Watchdogs to Get Their Growl On

December 17, 2013 J

Taxpayers Become Whistleblowers with Help of New Website Parker, Colorado — Ferreting-out wasteful government spending isn’t just for expects anymore, thanks to a new project, launched this week by Americans for Prosperity, that puts the power to track federal government expenditures and contracts at the fingertips of average citizens. With its easy-to-use search functions and [...]

AFP-Co Disappointed by House Budget ”Deal” Vote

December 13, 2013

AFP-Co Responds to  Budget ”Deal” Vote Parker, CO – Americans for Prosperity Colorado State Director Dustin Zvonek issued the following statement in response to tonight’s disappointing vote on the Ryan-Murray budget “deal.” “From our standpoint, any “deal” that  replaces the spending limits promised in the Budget Control Act with more Washington gimmicks and promises for future fiscal [...]

AFP-Co Responds to Initial Budget “Deal”

December 10, 2013

      AFP-Co Responds to Initial Budget ”Deal”:  A BROKEN PROMISE IS UNACCEPTABLE Parker, CO – This morning Americans for Prosperity Colorado, the states’ foremost advocate for economic freedom, issued a statement as details of a budget deal from the Budget Conference Committee continue to emerge. AFP Colorado State Director, Dustin Zvonek said, “Two years ago, the bipartisan Budget Control [...]

AFP COLORADO ON INITIAL BUDGET DEAL: BROKEN PROMISE IS UNACCEPTABLE

December 10, 2013

Parker, CO – This morning Americans for Prosperity Colorado, the states’ foremost advocate for economic freedom, issued a statement as details of a budget deal from the Budget Conference Committee continue to emerge. AFP Colorado State Director, Dustin Zvonek said, “Two years ago, the bipartisan Budget Control Act that capped discretionary spending at $967 billion in [...]

AFP Applauds Governor’s Skepticism Regarding Regulatory “Science”

November 26, 2013

Parker – Americans for Prosperity – Colorado State Director Dustin Zvonek issued the following statement in response to Governor Hickenlooper’s remarks, as reported here and here, questioning whether the Department of Interior uses biased science and a ”slanted” narrative when weighing endangered species listings: “We don’t often agree with the governor, but he’s shown admirable candor and courage by speaking frankly about [...]