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New AFP Ad: Time to Fire Ann Kuster

October 15, 2014

Online Ad Hits Kuster for Voting 87% with President Obama CONCORD – Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire (AFP-NH) has released a hard-hitting ad calling on New Hampshire voters to fire Representative Ann Kuster for blindly voting with President Obama against their interests. AFP’s new ad focuses on Kuster’s 87% voting record with President Obama and support for policies such […]

Americans for Prosperity Files Right to Know Request to Find Rates of Health Care Policies on ObamaCare Exchanges in 2015

October 06, 2014 J,

MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today filed a Right to Know request, under state law (RSA 91-A) and the state constitution (Part I, Article 8), with the state’s Department of Insurance for the release of the cost of health care policies available through the federal health care exchange established under the […]

Americans for Prosperity Calls on Governor Hassan to Identify Business Tax She Wants to Hike After Complaints About Tax Relief for Employers

October 03, 2014 J,

MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today called on Governor Hassan to identify which business taxes she intends to increase in light of her persistent complaints about tax relief offered to employers across New Hampshire.  In her press release issued Thursday, Hassan again complained about tax law changes made in 2012 to […]

Americans for Prosperity Comments on $6.5 Million State Budget Overspending for 2014 Fiscal Year

September 30, 2014 J

MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today offered the following comments on the release of the preliminary comprehensive financial annual report (CAFR), which shows that state government overspent the budget by $6.5 million in state fiscal year 2014 (FY14), which closed on June 30.  The state budget, passed in June 2013, anticipated […]