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AFP-CO Holds State Legislators Accountable for ObamaCare

July 07, 2014

Legislators in Colorado’s Statehouse, Not Just Congress, Draw Grassroots Scrutiny Parker — Colorado’s largest grassroots free market group, Americans for Prosperity-Colorado, today announced a major expansion of its efforts to hold politicians accountable for ObamaCare. That effort starts today, when the group will use cable television spots, a direct mail campaign and neighborhood walks to [...]

Guilty Plea Demonstrates Need for ObamaCare Audit

July 01, 2014 J

Culture of Corruption and Mismanagement Surrounds Connect for Health Colorado DENVER – Americans for Prosperity – Colorado offered the following statement in response to Christa Ann McClure, former director of Connect for Health Colorado, pleading guilty to defrauding taxpayers while running a non-profit housing agency in Montana. AFP highlighted that this is yet the latest [...]

Xcel Energy Rate Hike Just the Beginning if EPA Regs Aren’t Stopped

June 18, 2014 J

Xcel Energy Rate Hike Just the Beginning if EPA Regs Aren’t Stopped DENVER – Americans for Prosperity Colorado State Director Dustin Zvonek issued the following statement today, in response to reports of yet another electricity rate hike requested by one of Colorado largest utility companies. “What we see in this latest Xcel Energy rate hike [...]

AFP: Will Udall Stand Up for Coloradans Against New Tax?

June 10, 2014

DENVER - Americans for Prosperity – Colorado is asking Senator Udall to stand up for Coloradans against a $13 million new healthcare tax being imposed on Coloradans by the state health insurance exchange, Connect for Health Colorado. The tax will fund the exchange but is imposed on all Coloradans with health insurance, whether it is purchased [...]

Americans for Prosperity to Udall: How are EPA Regs a “Good Start”?

June 03, 2014

Catastrophic New Rules May be a “Good Start” for Steyer’s Ideological Policies, but Not Coloradans Parker, Colo. – Americans for Prosperity – Colorado is asking Senator Mark Udall to clarify his remarks that the EPA’s new carbon regulations are a “good start.” Noting the undisputed cost of the regulations to jobs and the economy and [...]