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New Hampshire, Tell your Senator We Can Do Better Than 48th

March 28, 2015

New Hampshire is currently ranked 48th for our business tax rate by the non-partisan Tax Foundation. The House passed budget contained several business tax increases that will send the wrong message to job creators and will further undermine our competitiveness with other states. Contact your State Senator HERE and ask them NOT to include these […]

Urge your Lawmakers to Repeal the Death Tax

February 21, 2015

The death tax, also known as the estate tax, is a tax on a person’s assets at death. Family-owned farms and businesses are most vulnerable to the death tax. When one generation wishes to pass family business assets down to the next generation, the death tax can threaten the continued viability of the business’ operations. […]

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Americans for Prosperity Comments on the End of Efforts to Make ObamaCare Medicaid Expansion Permanent in 2015

May 21, 2015

CONCORD – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today offered the following comments in response to the state Senate Finance Committee decision to oppose making permanent the expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, commonly called ObamaCare, in the state budget. While Governor Hassan included making ObamaCare Medicaid expansion permanent in her budget, […]

Our Next Day of Action is May 16th

May 08, 2015

AFP will be having a Day of Action on May 16th! Come join us as we will be making phone calls and knocking on doors. Where: 340 Granite st, Manchester When: May 16th – 8:30am – 8:00 pm Come join us for good food, great friends, and the fight for economic prosperity. Click here to […]

Americans for Prosperity Responds to April Revenue Figures, Calls for Growth Agenda

May 05, 2015

CONCORD – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) responded to the disappointing April revenue report released late yesterday, calling for the Legislature to pursue a growth agenda. The report showed revenues below expectations by $4.1 million, led by underperforming business taxes, which missed target by $7.6 million. Business taxes are now $2.2 million below […]

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