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Bigger Issues than Who Shut Down Yellowstone

There are larger issues surrounding the “shutdown” than who shut down Yellowstone, Yosemite and the WW II Memorial Park– namely runaway government spending threatening our economic freedom. Facing the reality of $17 trillion national debt and $100+ trillion more in unfunded liabilities (Medicaid, Social Security, and pensions) is just too difficult for many people. It’s far easier to blame the Tea Party, Americans For Prosperity than to tackle the problem.

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AFP-Montana Announces New State Director, Growing Chapter

July 29, 2014

Lahn will head growing team to increase organization’s impact on the ground across Montana. HELENA — The Montana chapter of Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for economic freedom, is announcing a new state director, Zachary Lahn. Lahn takes the helm as the chapter looks to grow its imprint in the state with [...]

AFP-Montana 2014 Legislative Candidates Survey

May 09, 2014

Do you want to know where our Montana politicians stand on tax increases, government spending, parental school choice, Medicaid expansion and  energy development? AFP-MT recently surveyed all 300 Montana legislative candidates to see where they stand on various issues of concern to you. While many refused to respond to our survey, a good number cared [...]

AFP-MT Launches “Surviving ObamaCare 101″ Workshops Throughout the State

March 17, 2014 J,

Americans For Prosperity—Montana is offering free workshop, “Surviving ObamaCare 101: How to Mitigate Your Health Insurance, Tax, and Penalty Costs,” throughout Montana including Helena, Billings, Bozeman, Butte, Kalispell, Plains and Great Falls.   The workshop is very timely considering the deadline for enrolmment on the federal health exchange is March 31st and fast-approaching. The workshop is [...]