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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.—Americans for Prosperity-Michigan today announced the launch of its “Don’t Raise MI Taxes” tour, which aims to educate and rally grassroots opposition to various tax-hike proposals being discussed by state lawmakers as a way to boost funding for roads. The tour begins on April 23rd in St. Clair Shores and encompasses a total of 14 stops around the state from Alpena to Clarkston. Visit MichiganAFP.com to view a full schedule of times, dates and locations.
Americans for Prosperity Calls March 28th Enactment of Right-to-Work “Just Another Day” Leading to Real Battle
In November 2014, Michigan voters will almost definitely be faced with a citizen initiative that would strike statutory right-to-work language. They will also choose their State House, their State Senate, their Governor, and determine who will take Senator Carl Levin’s open seat. “Michigan will make the skirmishes over collective bargaining in Ohio and Wisconsin look like warm-up acts for the main feature,” Hagerstrom concluded.
“Through his health care law President Obama has robbed patients, businesses, and taxpayers of their economic freedom—our legislators just refused to drive the get-away car,” said Scott Hagerstrom, state director of Americans for Prosperity-Michigan. “This is a resounding victory for anyone who opposes the Washington health care takeover, and a true testament to the power of grassroots activism.”
“You can’t put a price tag on the public’s right to know,” said Scott Hagerstrom, state director of Americans for Prosperity-Michigan. “Transparency is our best means to stem corruption and boost public confidence in those government servants who took an oath to serve and protect.”