Defending Free Markets at Keystone XL Forum at Cornhusker Boys, Girls State
This Tuesday AFP-Nebraska state director Brad Stevens, a Cornhusker Boys State alumn, will participate in a Keystone XL forum at Cornhusker Boys and Girls State. A great opportunity to interact with young people from across the state and share our vision of free market enterprise.
The Obama EPA and Clinton State Department have studied the Keystone XL pipeline and determined to project to have ‘no significant environmental impact’.
The route is safe, it is now time for government to get out of the way and let free enterprise work.
The Keystone XL pipeline will bring thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of economic investment to Nebraska. The project will help thousands of Nebraskans find good-paying jobs to support their families. Keystone XL will also bring millions in tax revenue to grow our tax base.
Free enterprise works. This is the message we must take to Nebraska’s youth. We are excited to participate in this important forum.