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AFP – MO’s Patrick Werner on KZIM 960 to highlight 260 Missouri Tax Hikes

March 12, 2014

Cape Girardeau, MO – American’s for Prosperity – Missouri State Director, Patrick Werner appeared on KZIM to highlight the 2014 Municipal Tax Projects Initiative which identifies all the tax increases facing Missourians on the April ballot. Over 260 local tax hikes are listed on AFP-MO’s interactive Municipal Tax Projects map. AFP-MO launched the first-of-its-kind initiative last year, [...]

AFP – MO’s Support of Cap Spending on Missouri Torch

February 28, 2014

Jefferson City, MO – The Missouri Torch highlighted the passing of SJR 26 by a 5 to 1 margin in the Senate Ways & Means Committee and AFP – Missouri’s great support for this measure. SJR 26 which is also known as the Cap Spending Measure would cap state spending by 1.5% of the previous year’s [...]

AFP – MO’s Support for Tax Relief Earns Coverage in the Gasconade County Republican

February 28, 2014

Gasconade County, MO – In a guest column for the Gasconade County Republican, Representative Dave Schatz highlighted why the tax relief measure HB 129 would beneficial to Missouri families and businesses.  In the article, Schatz references Americans for Prosperity – Missouri’s support of tax relief. To read the entire article click here. AFP – Missouri [...]

Americans for Prosperity: 260 Local Tax Hikes Driving out Missourians

February 27, 2014

2014 Municipal Project Documents the High Taxes Driving Missourians Away Jefferson City, MO – Americans for Prosperity – Missouri, the Show-Me state’s leading advocate for low taxes and fiscal responsibility, today announced it’s 2014 Municipal Tax Projects Initiative at a press conference. Over 260 local tax hikes are listed on AFP-MO’s interactive Municipal Tax Projects map. [...]

Call Senator Wallingford to Cap Spending

February 26, 2014

Cape Girardeau, MO – Last year, one of AFP – Missouri’s top legislative priorities a “Cap Spending” bill that would keep in check future government spending was narrowly defeated in a Senate hearing.  This year we have another bite of the apple to rein in government spending and we need your help TONIGHT! Tomorrow morning the [...]