How Michigan proceeds with our energy market will have a significant impact on our state economy, families, and the state budget. The question is: Will Governor Snyder and lawmakers in Lansing decide to pursue a more market oriented approach or will they continue with the current restricted policy?
“By passing right to work, legislators showed us that it can be morning again in Michigan—prouder, stronger and better,” said Scott Hagerstrom, state director of Americans for Prosperity-Michigan. “Now we need to get that message out to citizens; hear their concerns and comments about the right-to-work achievement; and together work toward making Michigan even more prosperous and free.”
Is there a local election in your county on Tuesday?
The objective of the $pending Accountability Project was to urge Congress to Stop Overspending and Keep the Cuts! That's why concerned Americans from across Michigan, and many other states, met at their local U.S. Representatives' offices to let them know that taxpayers demand the $85 billion reduction in spending that we were promised—without raising our taxes.
Please join us at our $pending Accountability Projects this week! We must urge Congress to Stop Overspending and Keep the Cuts! It is up to concerned Americans, like you and me, to let Congress know that we expect the $85 billion reduction in spending that we were promised—without raising our taxes.