ATLANTA -- Americans for Prosperity- Georgia will hold a press conference tomorrow, Thursday, February 28, to bestow the dubious honor of the Rotten Apple Award on members of the DeKalb County School Board. Gov ...
ATLANTA — Americans for Prosperity Georgia issued the following statement in response to today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell: “Georgians are watching the doors to accessible healthcare close and premiums skyrocket – today’s decision gives them no relief,” said Michael Harden, state director of Americans for Prosperity Georgia.” Washington politicians have made […]
ATLANTA — Americans for Prosperity Georgia issued the following statement in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) final Waters of the United States Rule: “President Obama and his nanny-state agencies see no boundaries in wanting to reach into the lives of Americans,” said Michael Harden state director of Americans for Prosperity Georgia. “The Waters […]
ATLANTA — Americans for Prosperity Georgia launches an effort on Monday, with the support of its 64,000 activists, to end taxpayer subsidies for film production in Georgia. “If you love Hollywood then go to the movie theater, but taxpayers should not be forced to pay for Hollywood salaries and film production,” said Michael Harden, state […]
ATLANTA — After President Obama vetoed the Keystone XL Pipeline on Tuesday, Michael Harden, state director of Americans for Prosperity Georgia, issued the following statement: “President Obama says that he cares about the middle class, but vetoing keystone is another example of his willingness to punish American families to appease fringe, leftist activists; the government […]
ATLANTA — As the “road funding plan” by Rep. Roberts is considered by lawmakers, Americans for Prosperity State Director Michael Harden issued the following statement: Americans for Prosperity Georgia recognizes the transportation challenges our state faces and supports the legislature in addressing them. On behalf of our 64,000 activists around the state, we have concerns […]