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AFP to Obama: Don’t Meddle in Local Broadband Issues

January 14, 2015

DES MOINES — Americans for Prosperity is reiterating its opposition to federal incursion into municipal broadband services, ahead of President Obama’s trip to Cedar Falls to pitch the idea. The organization has been actively opposing efforts by federal agencies to get involved in providing municipal broadband services. AFP Iowa Director Drew Klein released the following statement: […]

Christmas Surprise: CoOpportunity Shows ACA’s Inherent Flaws

December 24, 2014

Americans for Prosperity highlights co-op’s inability to work in spite of excessive funding, top leadership DES MOINES – Americans for Prosperity’s (AFP) Iowa chapter is responding to today’s story of CoOpportunity Health’s failure and takeover by the state. CoOpportunity was one of several state-based health insurance co-ops created to provide insurance under President Obama’s health care law. […]

AFP Congrats Mayor Corbett for Welcoming Rideshare to Cedar Rapids

December 10, 2014

Cedar Rapids Does the Right Thing While Des Moines Penalizes Entrepreneurship Cedar Rapids, Iowa,  – Americans for Prosperity’s Iowa chapter today congratulated Mayor Corbett for welcoming rideshare to Cedar Rapids while Des Moines contemplates heavy regulations that will hamper job creation and consumer choice. “We applaud Mayor Corbett for welcoming rideshare to Cedar Rapids and […]

AFP Congrats Mayor Corbett for Welcoming Rideshare to Cedar Rapids

December 05, 2014

Cedar Rapids Does the Right Thing While Des Moines Penalizes Entrepreneurship Cedar Rapids, Iowa,  – Americans for Prosperity’s Iowa chapter today congratulated Mayor Corbett for welcoming rideshare to Cedar Rapids while Des Moines contemplates heavy regulations that will hamper job creation and consumer choice. “We applaud Mayor Corbett for welcoming rideshare to Cedar Rapids and […]

Des Moines Should Welcome Entrepreneurship, Not Stifle It

December 02, 2014

Americans for Prosperity Responds to Proposed Rideshare Regulations DES MOINES – The Iowa chapter of Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the state’s foremost grassroots advocate for policies that promote entrepreneurship and consumer choice, today responded to the Des Moines city council’s proposed rideshare regulations. The rules have been called the most draconian in the nation and […]