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Grow Kentucky

August 03, 2015

Every Kentuckian should have the opportunity to prosper. Too often, Frankfort gets in the way and forgets that its real job is to allow the Commonwealth and its citizens the freedom to flourish. Lower taxes and fewer regulations are the recipe for economic growth and prosperity. Because we believe that choice and competition, rather than […]

Urge your Legislator to Let the Export-Import Bank Expire in June

March 20, 2015

The Export-Import Bank interferes with the economy by providing billions of dollars in loans to politically-connected companies overseas in places like Russia and China–. with your hard-earned tax dollars! The future of the Export-Import Bank — and whether or not part of your paycheck is going to prop up companies overseas — sits with Congress. […]

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MEDIA ADVISORY: AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY KENTUCKY LAUNCH ACCOUNTABILITY EFFORT AT FANCY FARM

August 03, 2015

FANCY FARM, Ky. — Americans for Prosperity Kentucky will launch accountability efforts on Attorney General Jack Conway at Fancy Farm. Last week the grassroots organization launched a video inviting Kentuckians to join them at Fancy Farm and to tell Jack Conway to stop pursuing President Obama’s policy agenda and this week they mailed thousands of […]

AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY KENTUCKY LAUNCHES FANCY FARM CAMPAIGN

July 24, 2015

AFP-Kentucky will be urging Kentuckians to tell Jack Conway to stop going the wrong way LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Americans for Prosperity Kentucky launches its Fancy Farm 2015 campaign on Friday with the release of a video ad and direct mail to thousands of Kentuckians. The ad features Attorney General Jack Conway driving through the state […]

AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY ANNOUNCES $50,000 GRANT TO RIGHT-TO-WORK LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

July 08, 2015

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Americans for Prosperity Kentucky on Wednesday announces a $50,000 grant to the the right-to-work legal defense fund, ProtectMyPayCheck.Org, to assist in the legal fees of Kentucky Fiscal Courts facing lawsuits by unions for passing local right-to-work ordinances. “Our chapter has committed significant resources to ensure that Kentuckians have choice in the workplace, […]

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: LETTER TO THE COURIER-JOURNAL: ON RIGHT-TO-WORK

April 27, 2015

The following letter, “On right-to-work,” was published online by The Courier-Journal on Friday, April 24, 2015 and appeared in print on Sunday, April 26, 2015: In an op-ed on Thursday, Speaker Greg Stumbo presented Kentuckians with a false choice — being for or against unions. He criticized right-to-work policies, which have actually strengthened unions in […]

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