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AFP-CO Wants Debt Deal Linked to Entitlement Reform

October 10, 2013 J

PARKER — Americans for Prosperity – Colorado, the Centennial state’s leading grassroots advocate for fiscal responsibility, today urged Colorado’s congressional delegation to make dollar for dollar cuts in federal spending for any increase in the nation’s debt ceiling.  AFP has long supported attaching spending reforms to a debt ceiling increase as a way to get [...]

School Reform at Risk in Douglas County

October 07, 2013 J

“It’s Working” Initiative Enters New Phase Douglas County residents generally seem pleased with the progress public schools have made in recent years, thanks to bold, reform-minded policies. Yet forward progress isn’t guaranteed — and residents need to remain vigilant about continued reform; otherwise the County will reverse ground and return control of the district to [...]

Don’t All Coloradans Deserve An Obamacare Exemption?

October 01, 2013

Parker, CO – Americans for Prosperity – Colorado marked the opening of ObamaCare enrollment today by reminding health care consumers and taxpayers of the already mounting problems with the program. State Director Dustin Zvonek noted that Coloradans can expect reduced patient choice under the new law: “Today marked the official kick-off for ObamaCare enrollment and [...]

Better Leadership, Not a New Logo, is What Colorado Needs Now

September 23, 2013 J

By Dustin Zvonek State Director, Colorado A national survey of how states are doing, and where they’re heading, finds the emergence of two distinct groups. One group is boldly taking steps to improve their business climate and get their fiscal affairs in order to spur job creation and give taxpayers a break. In the meantime, [...]

AFP Colorado Releases New Web Ad

September 18, 2013 J

Group Urges Hickenlooper to Return to Ideological Center Parker, CO – Governor John Hickenlooper’s nearly $1 billion per year tax hike on the ballot this fall has been cruising along smoothly, powered by massive teacher union donations and the support of most heavy-hitting Democrats. But the smooth sailing ends this week for Governor Hickenlooper, as [...]