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Update: It is officially illegal for Uber drivers in Columbia, MO to do their jobs. City police officers have begun to find and fine Uber drivers for giving rides without a permit. This development followed a December 1st meeting of the City Council, at which the Council voted to table regulations for ride-sharing companies until […]
JEFFERSON CITY — Today AFP Missouri is happy to stand with the state senate in support of Show Me State workers. In 2014 Americans for Prosperity Missouri launched its long-term policy goals, called the Path to Prosperity. Goals were met along the way with the defeat of Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion, an across the board tax cut and now this […]
JEFFERSON CITY — Yesterday the Republican controlled Missouri Senate embraced more big government solutions by passing a tax increase on gas. Luckily it still has to pass another Republican controlled House before the tax payers get hit with a tax increase which they rejected just a few short months ago. AFP State Director, Patrick Werner released the following […]
JEFFERSON CITY — Today current Missouri Governor (Jay Nixon) announced that he intends to extend the current bonds being used to pay off the first stadium to build a second football stadium in St Louis. Will future governors have this same authority to build a third stadium? Following today’s press conference with the Governor, AFP Missouri […]
JEFFERSON CITY — Today Americans for Prosperity announced their new legislative priorities for 2015. The new agenda, Reform America 2015, will focus on health care, taxes/spending, and energy legislation on the federal level. The Missouri chapter of Americans for Prosperity will be working with its activist base to advocate for these policies. Americans for Prosperity – […]
Today Gov. Jay Nixon’s task force released their proposal to keep the Rams in St. Louis. They suggest building a new stadium that could cost up to $985 million.