LANSING, Mich.—“Go home,” Americans for Prosperity-Michigan urged state lawmakers on the heels of a target budget agreement from legislative leaders. The grassroots group thanked lawmakers for holding off on expanding the broken Medicaid system and avoiding a tax hike.
Volunteers with the grassroots group Americans for Prosperity-Michigan brought a group of volunteers to the State Capitol this Tuesday to replant perennials on the Capitol grounds that were destroyed last year by protestors.
LANSING, Mich.—Rain or shine, the grassroots group Americans for Prosperity-Michigan will bring a small group of volunteers to the State Capitol this Tuesday to help replant perennials on the Capitol grounds that were destroyed last year. AFP-Michigan will also provide a light breakfast and lunch catered by Clint’s Hot Dog Cart for all those assisting with the replanting efforts. A&H Lawn Care generously donated all the perennials, including specialty varieties, needed to restore the Capitol grounds.
“Please Do Not Be Fooled,” AFP-MI tells Lawmakers in Letter Opposing Proposed Medicaid Expansion Bill
“Please do not be fooled:” that was the message Americans for Prosperity-Michigan today delivered to House and Senate lawmakers in a letter urging opposition to HB 4714, which would expand Medicaid under President Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).
On behalf of the 88,000 members of Americans for Prosperity-Michigan, I write to express opposition to Senate Bill 257 as it pertains to Business Improvement Zones. We believe there is a high likelihood that the changes this legislation makes to Business Improvement Zones will exacerbate existing potential for these zones to favor certain business over others, and crowd out startup and incubator business.