LINCOLN -- Following The Nebraska Supreme Court's decision this morning, the Keystone XL pipeline now has a valid route in Nebraska. With this, there is no reason for a continued delay on construction of the Ke ...
The Omaha World Herald reported on the LB 472 hearing and featured opposition from Americans for Prosperity-Nebraska director, Matt Litt: Opponents said it would cost too much, put the state at risk if federal funding falls and add thousands more patients to a health care system that is short of providers. Matt Litt, state director […]
LINCOLN — Sen. Campbell has introduced the third iteration of ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion and the hearing on the bill, LB 472, was held today. Americans for Prosperity Nebraska opposes ObamaCare Medicaid expansion and, as the organization has done in the past, will testify in opposition to the bill. Nebraska’s AFP State Director, Matt Litt, released the […]
AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY NEBRASKA SUPPORTS TAX RELIEF FOR ALL AND OPPOSES THE CREATION OF ANOTHER TAX
LINCOLN — The Revenue Committee of the Nebraska Legislature held hearings on two distinctly different tax bills, LB 357 and LB 280. Nebraska state director Matt Litt released the following statement: “LB 280 is the wrong approach. Creating a new local income tax to address the problems we face with property taxes is not the […]
LINCOLN — Today the Appropriations Committee of the Nebraska Legislature agreed upon transferring $45 million to the property tax relief fund. Governor Pete Ricketts had recommended a transfer of $60 million, though. Americans for Prosperity Nebraska State Director, Matt Litt, released the following statement in reaction to this decision: “Americans for Prosperity Nebraska has focused […]
LINCOLN — Following the release of President Obama’s FY 2016 Budget, Americans for Prosperity Nebraska, the state’s largest grassroots organization advocating for economic freedom, released the following statement: “The President’s budget calls for $1.091 trillion in discretionary spending, blowing through the spending caps that he agreed to,” said State Director, Matt Litt. Litt continued, “The […]