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Americans for Prosperity today announced the launch of a significant effort that combines grassroots advocacy with paid ads calling on Republican and Democratic House members to oppose the Farm Bill.
As the House prepares to vote this week on a new five-year farm bill, advocacy groups from across the political spectrum are lining up to oppose it, threatening to derail legislation that died last year when leaders refused to bring it to the floor.
The small-government advocacy group Americans for Prosperity is tapping its grassroots army to scuttle a sweeping farm bill ahead of next week’s House vote, in the latest showdown between GOP leaders and conservative activists.
Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest and most effective advocate for economic freedom, today issued a key vote alert calling on Speaker John Boehner and the U.S. House of Representatives to oppose the Farm Bill.
The recently-concluded session wound up looking like an episode of "Animal Kingdom," with a feeding frenzy of tax increases, spending increases, new restrictions on job creators, wacky environmental regulations and blatant payoffs to their union allies.