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AFP-Indiana Advocates for Workplace Freedom as Senate Bill 520 Passes Through Committee

February 11, 2013

As part of our 2013 Policy Priorities , AFP-Indiana is committed to advocating for workplace freedom. Today, AFP-IN State Director Chase Downham testified in favor of Senate Bill 520, which creates a committee to eliminate, reduce, and streamline employee regulations, and study professional licensing in Indiana. The bill passed through committee this morning. Our testimony […]

Indiana AFP Foundation Launches Indiana on Track Ad Campaign

February 06, 2013

Indianapolis- Today, as part of their Indiana On Track initiative, Americans for Prosperity Foundation- Indiana launched a radio ad campaign aimed at educating Hoosiers about the economic advantages of lower taxes. These ads will point out evidence of higher job growth and standard of living in states where taxes are the lowest. “Indiana is on […]

AFP Foundation-Indiana holds National School Choice Week event in Lafayette

February 01, 2013

Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Indiana used National School Choice Week as an opportunity to hold events around the state to raise awareness about Indiana’s current School Choice program; and how recent legislation has Indiana On Track. Below is coverage from Thursday’s event from the Lafayette Journal Courier. School Choice Backer Shares Information Mikel Livingston | Lafayette Journal […]

Evansville Event Kicks off a Celebration of National School Choice Week for Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Indiana.

January 30, 2013

AFPF-Indiana kicked off its celebration of National School Choice Week by hosting an event in Evansville Tuesday evening.Below is coverage of the event from the Evansville Courier-Press. For Metcalf family, school voucher program proved the right choice Area residents gather for celebration of National School Choice Week By Megan Erbacher Tuesday, January 29, 2013 EVANSVILLE —Two […]

AFP-IN Stands Up Against Proposed Mass Transit Taxes

January 23, 2013

Below is testimony presented to the House Roads and Transportation Committee by AFP Indiana State Director Chase Downham during a hearing for HB 1011, which clears the way for a $1.3 billion Central Indiana Mass Transit project that would raise income taxes on Hamilton County residents by 18% and Marion County residents by 30%. You can find more […]