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Breitbart highlights AFP – MO’s Response to the Override of Nixon’s Tax Cut Veto

May 16, 2014

Jefferson City, MO – Americans for Prosperity – Missouri was highlighted in a recent article on Breitbart highlighting our response to the legislature overriding Governor Nixon’s tax cut veto, ushering in the first income tax reduction in over 90 years. Take a moment to read the entire article here: In the article, Americans for Prosperity […]

ABC News 17 covers AFP – MO’s Response to the Override of Nixon’s Tax Cut Veto

May 16, 2014

Jefferson City, MO – Americans for Prosperity – Missouri’s response to the legislature overriding Governor Nixon’s tax cut veto was covered by ABC News 17. Take a moment to read the entire article here: In the article, Americans for Prosperity – Missouri State Director, Patrick Werner said, “The state legislators who voted to override Governor […]

Americans for Prosperity Praises State Legislature for Passing Tax Relief

May 06, 2014

State House  and Senate Overrides Governor Nixon’s Veto to Pass SB 509 JEFFERSON CITY – Americans for Prosperity – Missouri today praised the state legislature for overriding Governor Nixon’s veto to pass SB 509, which provides the first income tax reduction Missourian’s have seen in 92 years as well as a tax cut for small […]

AFP – MO Op-Ed in Southeast Missourian

May 06, 2014

Cape Girardeau, MO – The Southeast Missourian recently ran an Op – Ed written by Americans for Prosperity – Missouri State Director Patrick Werner about Missouri standing at an economic crossroads.  The Show Me State can either go the way of limited government and lower taxation or excessive government and higher taxes. Please take a […]

AFP – MO Op-Ed in Springfield News Leader

May 01, 2014

Springfield, MO – Recently ran an Op – Ed written by Americans for Prosperity – Missouri State Director Patrick Werner and Federal Issues Campaign Manager Christine Harbin Hanson on the need for limits on public spending. The article highlights the need for spending restraint on the state and federal level.  On the federal level, two […]