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AFP Statement on Budget Deal

October 17, 2013

Arlington, VA – Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest grassroots advocate for economic freedom, issued a statement following passage in the Senate and House of a budget deal. AFP President Tim Phillips said, “AFP has said all along that government spending must be set at levels previously agreed to in the Budget Control Act. We’ve [...]

AFP Launches New $3 Million TV Ad Targeting ObamaCare

September 20, 2013

“Tricia’s Story” starts today in six states; highlights negative impact of ObamaCare Arlington, VA – Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s leading free-market advocacy group, has released its latest installment in a series of ads targeting ObamaCare.  Told from the perspective of Tricia, an AFP activist and two-time cancer survivor, the ad casts doubt on whether [...]

AFP Continues Stand Against Mass Transit Taxes

August 01, 2013

From the Indianapolis Star Mass transit advocates outline route details for $1.3 billion expansion plan Transit advocates are refining their plans to make another run at the Indiana General Assembly to secure funding for a 10-year, $1.3 billion transit overhaul in Central Indiana.IndyConnect on Wednesday outlined routes and stations for three of five proposed rapid [...]

Americans for Prosperity: Hoosiers Spoke, General Assembly Listened

April 25, 2013

Americans for Prosperity: Hoosiers Spoke, General Assembly Listened Tax Relief Package a Sign that Taxpayers Still Have a Voice Indianapolis, IN – With news that legislative leaders have agreed to a tax relief package including a 5% income tax cut and an immediate elimination of the inheritance tax, Americans for Prosperity – Indiana recognized the General [...]

DOWNHAM: A path to prosperity in Indiana

April 25, 2013 J

Lower income taxes will ensure Hoosiers’ future Indiana takes great pride in being the crossroads of America. Right now, our state leaders face a crossroads of their own: whether to reduce income taxes for hardworking Hoosiers or to follow the road of more government spending. By calling for a 10 percent income-tax cut for Indiana [...]