Yesterday, groups throughout the nation, including our sister organization Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Michigan, celebrated what would have been Milton Friedman's 101st birthday. Friedman believed that it was criminal to leave children in failing public schools. He believed that competition was the best way to increase choice for parents and students. And because of competition, public and private schools would be forced to provide effective learning environments or risk losing resources.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation Discusses School Choice, Celebrates Economist Milton Friedman with Events
Our sister organization Americans for Prosperity Foundation will host three events around the state this Wednesday to discuss school choice and celebrate the 101st birthday of Milton Friedman, one of the greatest economists of the 20th Century. Friedman believed that giving parents and children choices over their education could positively transform state and national economic landscapes.
AFP-MI appreciates that the Senate Medicaid workgroup took the time to study the issue of Medicaid expansion. Unfortunately, it appears that Lansing insiders were more involved in these behind-closed-doors meetings than Michigan citizens.
AFP-MI will travel across the Upper Peninsula to discuss why expanding Medicaid is wrong for Michigan. Join AFP for complimentary breakfast, lunch or dinner.
LANSING, Mich.—From Sault Ste. Marie to Ironwood, Americans for Prosperity-Michigan will travel across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to discuss the issue of Medicaid expansion. The grassroots limited-government group has helped lead the charge against a proposal to expand the Medicaid program under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.