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AFP Missouri Launches “Right to Work is a Good Idea”

June 24, 2015

New TV Ad Launches Today Statewide JEFFERSON CITY — Today Americans for Prosperity Missouri launched a new TV advertisement supporting the legislature’s efforts to put Missouri on a path to prosperity and support worker freedom through Right to Work legislation. The six figure ad buy will air across the state with the tagline, “Right to Work is right […]

AFP MISSOURI NOT SURPRISED, BUT DISAPPOINTED BY NIXON VETO

June 05, 2015

JEFFERSON CITY — Today Governor Jay Nixon vetoes legislation overwhelmingly passed in both chambers of the state legislature that would have simply increased worker freedoms. Right to Work legislation, already embraced by 25 other states and six bordering Missouri, would not only keep jobs in Missouri, but attract new ones. Today’s actions are unfortunate because […]

AFP MISSOURI APPLAUDS STATE SENATE FOR PASSING WORKER FREEDOM LEGISLATION

May 12, 2015

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 […]

AFP MISSOURI DISAPPOINTED WITH GAS TAX INCREASE VOTE

May 01, 2015

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 […]

AFP MISSOURI QUESTIONS THE PRIORITY OF USING MORE TAX DOLLARS FOR ANOTHER STADIUM

February 10, 2015

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 […]