- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Today Americans for Prosperity the nation’s largest free market grassroots organization, released the following statement regarding the recent jobs report numbers.
Today, Americans for Prosperity announces the launch of a major effort that criticizes Congress for failing to support affordable energy and oppose a carbon tax, which would raise energy prices and hurt American families. The online ad campaign kicks off with a $175,000 budget and will run in 15 states across the country.
Online ads, backed by a six-figure buy from a conservative group, are hitting the web urging lawmakers to oppose a tax on carbon emissions. The campaign from Americans for Prosperity goes after senators and representatives from 15 states, and begins with a budget of $175,000, according to a release from the organization.
One might have thought that the shelling DFL Gov. Mark Dayton took in January and February for proposing to apply the state sales tax to business services would have deterred legislators from making that mistake again — at least this year.
When President Obama's former top political advisor attempts to explain the President's multiple scandal problems by saying that government has gotten so big that one man, even if he's Barack Obama, cannot keep up with or control things, then you know the size and scope of government has truly gone off the rails.