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AFP Responds to HHS Inspector General’s ObamaCare Findings

July 02, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips released the  following statement in response to a new HHS Inspector General report that found  the administration is still failing to fix millions of data problems that are  jeopardizing coverage for Americans: “A few months ago, President Obama was singing the praises of  ObamaCare’s supposed turnaround. […]

AFP Responds to ObamaCare’s Impact on Individual-Market Premiums

June 23, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for health care freedom, responded to a new Manhattan Institute report stating that the Affordable Care Act raised individual-market premiums an average of 49 percent this year. The report analyzed 3,137 of the country’s 3,144 counties. Here are some of the report’s key findings, as […]

AFP Reacts to ACA’s Impact on Health Care Premiums

June 07, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for health care freedom, reacted to a recently-released University of Minnesota report stating that the Affordable Care Act is going to lead to higher insurance costs for millions of Americans. The report found that the Affordable Care Act will fail to achieve its […]

AFP Releases New Video: Pelosi’s Broken ObamaCare Promise

December 09, 2013

WASHINGTON DC — Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest advocate for health care freedom, continued its aggressive campaign to hold politicians accountable for their support of ObamaCare with a new online video featuring Nancy Pelosi’s recent interview on Meet the Press. In the video, Pelosi refuses to be held accountable or take responsibility for […]

Americans for Prosperity – Maine Chastises Congress for Spendthrift Debt-Limit Deal

October 17, 2013

Augusta – In response to last night’s debt limit deal, AFP – Maine released the following statement: AFP – ME State Director Carol Weston said, “Spending is the problem. Borrowing more without curbing the spending will continue to hurt jobs and the economy.  In order to take the steps necessary in getting spending and our debt crisis under control we […]