AFP Supports Gov. Heineman's Call to Eliminate the Income Tax
Tuesday, Jan. 15th, 2013
Americans for Prosperity-Nebraska Supports Gov. Heineman’s Tax Reforms
*AFP will host statewide tour to build support for governor’s tax reform plan*
LINCOLN, NE – Americans for Prosperity-Nebraska, a free market advocacy group with over 40,000 members statewide, strongly supports Gov. Dave Heineman’s call for reforming Nebraska’s tax structure and possible elimination of the state income tax. The group will hold grassroots events across the state to build support for the governor’s reforms.
“Gov. Heineman is absolutely right that Nebraska families and small businesses are subsidizing special-interest sales tax exemptions through our burdensome state income tax. Nebraska’s economy would grow even faster and create new, good-paying jobs if the Legislature adopts the governor’s bold tax reform plan,” said state director Brad Stevens.
“The governor laid out two different visions for Nebraska today. We can either continue being a state that taxes too much to fund an ever-increasing number of government programs, or we can be a state that eliminates the burden on middle class family income. Nebraskans will overwhelmingly support the governor’s plan,” continued Stevens.
Americans for Prosperity-Nebraska will host grassroots events in Omaha, Lincoln, Norfolk, Columbus, Grand Island, Kearney and North Platte this month to build statewide support for Gov. Heineman’s tax reform plan.
For more about Americans for Prosperity-Nebraska’s effort please visit www.afpnebraska.com
Americans for Prosperity-Nebraska (AFP-NE) is a statewide organization committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFP-NE believes reducing the size and scope of government is the best safeguard to ensuring prosperity for all Americans. AFP-NE educates and engages citizens in support of restraining state and federal government growth and returning government to its constitutional limits. AFP-NE has more than 40,000 members.
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