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2013 Naughty List

December 03, 2013

From Right to Work to education reform and tax cuts. Indiana has accomplished some great things over the past few years to put our state on track! We have a growing economy, a business friendly environment, and are truly the fiscal envy of the Midwest. These reforms were possible thanks to a great state legislature committed to […]

Americans for Prosperity Fights Back Against Fishers Tax Hike Proposal

November 12, 2013

Fishers Town Council should not impose a $1 million annual tax on local taxpayers Indianapolis, IN – Americans for Prosperity – Indiana, the Hoosier state’s leading grassroots advocate for low taxes and fiscal responsibility, today alerted residents of Fishers to a proposal that would hike the food and beverage tax in order to fund “economic […]

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 […]