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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 [...]



October 26, 2013 J

Thank you for your interest in our series of education panels. Click the links below to register an event near you! Johnson County – 7:15 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 at the Antioch Branch of the Johnson County Public Library (8700 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Merriam). REGISTER HERE Topeka – 7 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 at the [...]

Meet our Expert Education Panel

October 25, 2013 J,

AFP-Kansas is pleased to present a series of education panels around the state to discuss sweeping, top-down, cookie-cutter education standards. Let’s meet the panel of experts you’ll be hearing from at our events in Johnson County, Topeka, Manhattan, Garden City, Wichita, and Pittsburg: Dr. Mary Byrne is a co-founding member of Missouri Coalition Against Common [...]

Upcoming Meetings: Oct. 22 in Topeka

October 15, 2013 J

You are invited to join the Shawnee County Chapter of AFP-Kansas at our next meeting at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 22 at the Topeka AFP Office (2348 SW Topeka Blvd., Suite 201). Kansas state representatives John Bradford, of Lansing, and John Rubin, of Olathe will speak to the group about the the 2013 legislative session, the [...]

Upcoming Meetings: Oct. 22 in Wichita

October 15, 2013 J,

You are invited to join the Wichita area chapter of Americans for Prosperity for our monthly meeting on October 22. Join us at 7 p.m. Oct. 22 at Spangles Restaurant (612 S. Broadway) for a continuation of our discussion of the book “We Still Hold These Truths,” by Matthew Spalding of The Heritage Foundation. Michael [...]

How do new education standards impact teachers and kids?

October 15, 2013 J

Kansas has adopted a new set of K-12 academic standards that takes decision-making authority away from teachers and parents and hands it to a far-away bureaucracy. Come hear from our panel of education experts as they discuss the impact of the new standards on students and teachers in Kansas. The problem is that these top-down standards miss [...]