It’s time to let your elected officials know. Are you a resident or a revenue source?! If you have had enough of the state government treating you as nothing more than a revenue source – a nameless, faceless, unending supply of funds, I encourage you to sign our petition today. CLICK HERE to go to [...]
Can you join us this Friday at the Statehouse? Join us at the Statehouse this Friday at 9:30AM as we release our “I’m Not a Revenue Source” petition! Had enough of the state government treating you as a revenue source – a nameless, faceless, unending supply of funds?! We have your chance to let them [...]
Rep. Butler is Right on 9-1-1 Last week I testified on a bill that would prevent a tax from being placed upon communities who call 911 “too many times.” As is always the case with a tax, the people who can least afford to pay, pay the most. In this instance, individuals and families who [...]
Today, the CT General Assembly will hold a public hearing on a bill to increase the minimum wage in CT. I will be live-Tweeting from the hearing, so follow me for updates at @AFPConnecticut! The minimum you need to know about the minimum wage hike is this – when minimum wages increase, employment numbers decrease. [...]
Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Connecticut (AFPF-CT) is releasing today its “Keeping Connecticut Competitive” booklet, which highlights the poor condition of the state's economy. The booklet finds that Connecticut has one of the highest fiscal burdens in the nation and one of the lowest records of job creation.
“Governor Malloy and the state legislature keep trying to fix our broken economy by raising taxes to pay for ever-increasing government spending,” said JR Romano, State Director of AFPF-CT.
“However, the facts cited in this booklet show that Connecticut is not doing a good job of spending its way to prosperity.”