Legislative Alerts

Don’t Hike Minnesota Power Bills!

September 21, 2015

Can you afford to pay $475 more every year for heating and electricity? Here in Minnesota, Governor Mark Dayton is pushing through the President’s extreme agenda that will send our electric bills skyrocketing, cost us thousands of jobs, and raise costs for families and businesses all across our state. That’s why it’s critical that your […]

Fight Against Job-Killing Solar Energy Standards

March 11, 2015

Legislators in St. Paul continue to push forward harmful solar electricity mandates and the latest attempts are headed for Gov. Dayton’s desk to be signed into law. This legislation, passed by the House and Senate this week, mandates investor-owned utility companies to invest in more expensive and less reliable renewable technology. If signed into law […]

Stand with AFP and Stand Against ObamaCare

February 04, 2015

The rollout of ObamaCare’s insurance exchanges only confirmed what many Americans knew all along: the President’s health care law is a monumental failure. Instead of bringing Americans peace of mind about the cost and quality of their health care plans, ObamaCare has wreaked havoc on the lives of people across the country by leading to […]

Stop The Gas Tax Hike

January 30, 2015J

Governor Dayton seems to think so! Governor Dayton wants to add a 6.5% tax to your gas bill – a change that would cost hard-working Minnesotans like you 16 cents more per gallon! We need your help. Just when middle-class families are starting to feel some relief with lower gas prices, the government wants to […]

Insight to Action: How Do You Talk to Your Friends About the Negative Impact of ObamaCare?

October 01, 2014

We all know the Affordable Care Act was a failed attempt at reforming the healthcare system.  Now we must properly message the dangers of the healthcare overhaul to our friends, family, and local community. Join us on Thursday, October 9th, as Avik Roy, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and Opinion Editor at Forbes, explains […]