he true outrage lies in the fact that lawmakers were debating a $1.5 billion tax hike when existing tax dollars generated from gas sales are frittered away on projects that have nothing to do with road repair or construction.
Kicking off National Employee Freedom Week, Americans for Prosperity-Michigan is educating members of the Michigan Education Association (MEA) teachers’ union on how they can opt out of membership during the month of August.
This debate really comes down to simple, kitchen-table economics. We can’t ask Michigan families to pay more than they’re already paying in taxes. Our families and businesses don’t have the luxury of increasing their revenue by asking others to pay more—neither should state government.
Peters voted against curtailing EPA authority on greenhouse gases, set the table for today’s news. LANSING — The Michigan chapter of Americans for Prosperity is calling on Rep. Gary Peters to reverse his support for rate-hiking, economy-shrinking carbon regulations, after he voted to pave the way for Environmental Protection Agency regulations set to be released […]
Major new effort connects ObamaCare with too-high costs across Michigan. LANSING — The Michigan chapter of Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for economic freedom, is launching a new television ad today that continues the group’s effort to hold Rep. Gary Peters accountable for supporting ObamaCare and its attendant problems, such as rising […]