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AFP LEADS BROAD COALITION STANDING AGAINST WIND PTC

117 Organizations Send Letter to Congress to Keep Wind Energy Subsidy Expired TOPEKA - Today Americans for Prosperity and a broad coalition of organizations are releasing a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to oppose renewing the expired federal wind production energy tax credit. The letter includes 117 signers, including the American Energy Alliance, American Conservative Union, Americans for Tax Reform, R [...]

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Public Policy and Well-Being

September 16, 2013 J,

The Kansas Chapter of Americans for Prosperity invites you to “Public Policy and Well-Being” a presentation by Alan Cobb, Freedom Partners Vice President for the Model State Project 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26 at the Johnson County Public Library’s Blue Valley Branch 9000 W. 151st Street, Shawnee Mission For more information, or to RSVP, please [...]

You’re invited to an AFP-Kansas Family Picnic

September 13, 2013 J

The Johnson County Chapter of Americans for Prosperity-Kansas invites you and your family to join us for a picnic later this month. No speeches on policy, no rallies, no petitions to sign. This is just a good old-fashioned social where you can meet up with other like-minded Kansas activists and their families. Bring the family [...]

2013 Kansas Debt Facts

September 12, 2013 J,

Overspending by state government has burdened Kansas taxpayers through the years.  Let’s look at the numbers – just how much have we over spent, and what steps have been taken to put us back on the path to fiscal responsibility? From 1994 to 2013 our state’s population grew 13.5 percent while state spending rose over [...]

Stand UP for smaller government

September 10, 2013 J,

We’ve taken our message of less government and more freedom to the 2013 Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, and we hope you’ll stop by our booth if you’re in the area. We’re asking fair-goers to support petitions on three critical areas of Kansas policy: Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), Medicaid expansion and state spending. We’re getting [...]