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Americans for Prosperity/Reason Foundation Op-Ed On NJ’s Pension Crisis

June 29, 2015

The following joint Americans for Prosperity/Reason Foundation op-ed appeared today in the Star-Ledger. With N.J. forced to eventually cover pensions payments, state will resemble a bankrupt city It’s no secret that New Jersey’s government worker pension systems are a looming fiscal disaster. What may not be clear to taxpayers at this point is that unless […]

Americans for Prosperity: New Jerseyans Deserve Better Than Zombie Budgets

June 25, 2015

Americans for Prosperity: New Jerseyans Deserve Better Than Zombie Budgets Lawmakers once again let down residents, taxpayers TRENTON – Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading government watchdog, says New Jersey residents and taxpayers deserve better than to see a replay of last year’s budget maneuvers, which is now unfolding. Today, the New Jersey Legislature passed […]

New AFP Ad Shows Need for Real Healthcare Reform

June 25, 2015

ObamaCare is continuing to drive up premiums and result in lost access to care TRENTON – Americans for Prosperity – New Jersey, the state’s leading grassroots advocate for real healthcare reform, responded to today’s Court Case with a new ad highlighting the personal impact of ObamaCare. AFP is urging state lawmakers to lead the way with […]

Americans for Prosperity Lauds House Repeal of Medical Device Tax

June 25, 2015

Americans for Prosperity Lauds House Repeal of Medical Device Tax Measure Receives Support of Seven NJ Congressmen MONMOUTH JUNCTION – Americans for Prosperity, the state’s leading advocate for healthcare freedom, is praising seven members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation for supporting repeal of Obamacare’s medical device tax. Repeal of the medical device tax is […]

Americans for Prosperity: New Jerseyans Can Ill Afford Paid Sick Mandate

June 22, 2015

Americans for Prosperity: New Jerseyans Can Ill Afford Paid Sick Mandate TRENTON – Americans for Prosperity is calling on lawmakers to reject a proposal compelling all employers in the state to offer paid sick time; a measure the grassroots, free-market groups says will cost jobs and make the state even more hostile to small businesses. […]