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AFP-Florida Releases Video Warning of SACE Agenda, Energy Mandates

Florida deserves affordable, abundant energy, not more mandates and taxes, says director Hudson. TALLAHASSEE — In a new video released today, Americans for Prosperity-Florida is warning the public about the rate- and tax-hiking agenda of groups like the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy. “The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy thinks you don’t pay enough money to […]


Florida House Should Stand Up for Florida’s Voters, Oppose Sports Incentives

May 02, 2013 J,

Eighty percent of voters oppose taxpayer subsidies for professional sports stadiums TALLAHASSEE—Today Americans for Prosperity’s Florida chapter (AFP-FL), with more than 150,000 activists, sent letters to House Speaker Will Weatherford opposing S.B. 306 and an identical amendment that was put on S.B. 1828 by Senator Oscar Braynon, the sponsor of S.B. 306. The language would […]

Florida Senate’s Passage of SB 306 Shows Disregard for Voters

April 29, 2013 J,

–Eighty percent of voters oppose taxpayer subsidies for professional sports stadiums– TALLAHASSEE — Today the Florida Senate passed SB 306, by Senator Oscar Braynon (R-Miami Gardens). The bill passed 35-4 with Senators Rene Garcia, Anitere Flores, John Legg and Senate President Don Gaetz voting against it. Americans for Prosperity’s Florida chapter (AFP-FL), with more than […]

Poll Shows Strong Voter Opinions On Key Tax & Spending Issues

April 18, 2013 J,

– Voters support pension reform, oppose taxpayer-funded incentives for businesses and sports teams – Tallahassee, Florida—Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the nations premier grassroots advocate for economic freedom, released a statewide poll of likely voters this morning that shows Florida voters have strong opinions on pension reform and taxpayer-funded incentives. The poll, conducted by the Tarrance […]

The True Economics of Taxpayer Funded Stadiums

April 18, 2013 J,

There are multiple bills working their way through the Florida legislature this year that all aim to secure taxpayer money to renovate professional sports facilities. The front runner is SB 306/HB 165 which aims to give the Miami Dolphins $3 million a year from state general revenue funds for the next 30 years, in addition […]