ASK GOVERNOR SCOTT TO VETO THE CRONY ENERGY BILL Governor Rick Scott is reviewing H.B. 7117, a bill that gives $100 million in tax incentives for renewable energy, which was passed during the 2012 session. He has until April 14th to decide whether this bill should become law or be vetoed. The Governor will make [...]
TALLAHASSEE The Florida chapter of Americans for Prosperity, the nations premier economic freedom advocate, released a video this afternoon illustrating the size of Floridas government. The video details every government agency, commission, advisory board and appointed position in Florida, showing exactly how burdensome and far-reaching the size of government can be. The number one [...]
TALLAHASSEE Americans for Prosperity-Florida, the nations premier economic freedom advocate, will host a major two day event, Patriot Days at the Capitol, this Wednesday and Thursday, February 15-16th in Tallahassee. Kicking off with a Rally in Tally, hundreds of activists from across Florida will join together on the steps of the Historic Old Capitol at 1:30 p.m. to urge their legislators to bring real prosperity back to Florida through free market principles.
Americans for Prosperity- FL is proud to sponsor 2012 Patriot Days at the Capitol, featuring The Rally in Tally.
A coalition of Tea Party and Patriot Organizations from across the State committed to Limited Government, Fiscal Restraint, and Free Markets
**Americans for Prosperity - FL will be providing buses for patriot activists for this event as well as dinner on February 15th. The only cost each individual will be responsible for is the cost of his/her hotel room. We have made sure to find hotels where the rooms are all reasonably priced and each bus is designated to a specific hotel.
Information regarding buses and hotels, as well as registration information can be found here.
We hope you can make it!
For Immediate Release Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Contact: Abigail MacIver, (407) 754-6400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AFP-Florida issues reaction to state of the state, outlines legislative priorities
TALLAHASSEE Americans for Prosperity-Florida, the nations premier free market grassroots organizing group, issued the following statement in reaction to Gov. Scotts state of the state address today.
Florida saw many great reforms in 2011, but there is much work still to be done. While $4.5 Billion was cut from the state budget last year, Florida still faces a $2 Billion shortfall, said State Director Slade OBrien. AFP-Florida supports Gov. Scotts proposals to balance the budget and create new and desperately-needed jobs here in the