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State Senate Leaders Stand Up for Annexation Reforms

December 22, 2011 J

State Senate Leaders Take Strong Stand for Annexation Reforms Senate Tells Cities: Back Down or Else Raleigh, NC – North Carolina State Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger is defending the recent grassroots victory over forced municipal annexation. Senator Berger has informed the mayors of several cities and the North Carolina League of Municipalities that should the cities continue to fight this new law in court, the General Assembly – which holds the sole Constitutional Authority over municipal boundaries – will simply create permanent municipal lines to stop these cities from imposing forced annexation.

AFP-NC Praises Rep. Renee Ellmers and McIntyre for Supporting REINS Act

December 08, 2011 J

Raleigh, NC – Americans for Prosperity (AFP) today praises Representative Renee Ellmers (R-NC-2) for joining 240 colleagues and passing the REINS Act:

“Rep. Ellmers has taken an important stand against regulatory abuse executive overreach. By passing the REINS Act, Ellmers and her colleagues are restoring constitutional balance and accountability to the federal regulatory policy,” said Phil Kerpen, Vice-President for Policy at Americans for Prosperity. “Hopefully North Carolina’s senators will follow suit and pass this bill when the U.S. Senate considers it.”

The House voted 241-184 last night to pass H.R. 10, the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny Act (REINS) Act. Republicans unanimously supported the bill, which requires Congress to vote on economically significant regulations before they can take effect.

Defending the American Dream Bus Departure Information

October 27, 2011 J

Dear Friends,

Below you will find the departure times and places for the Defending the American Dream Summit. The buses heading to Washington, DC will leave promptly at the departure times below on Friday morning, November 4. Don’t be late because the buses cannot wait for you—they are on a tight schedule. You will arrive back at these locations late Saturday night, November 5 (and in some cases the early morning hours of November 6). In the next few days, you will receive an email with more details about the trip. For more information, see www.defendingthedream.com or call 919.839.1011.

***Please note that Wilmington and some other locations are NOT the same as in the past.

Bus Departure Locations and Times of Departure
Defending the American Dream Summit 2011

Help us get out the message that Washington, DC needs to tighten its belt!

October 18, 2011 J

Join Americans for Prosperity
at the
Cut Spending Now Tour
in Raleigh and Charlotte

Help us get out the message that Washington, DC needs to tighten its belt!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO ATTEND OR SIGN THE PETITION

(All registrants will be automatically entered into a drawing to win a trip to DC for our Defending the American Dream Summit November 4-5—Winner will be notified Tuesday, October 25.)

October 21-22
North Carolina State Fair
All Day
Across Trinity Road from GATE 9 | 4200 Trinity Road | Raleigh, NC 27607

October 23
Pre-game Carolina Panthers vs. Washington Redskins Game
9:30 am-12:30 pm
Near the Bank of America Stadium at the NW corner of 4th and Graham Streets, Charlotte, NC

Sign up today and save $70 on Defending the American Dream Summit

October 18, 2011 J

Save $70 on NC Bus Package to
Defending the American Dream Summit
Washington, DC November 4-5

Hear from great speakers including Herman Cain, Rudy Giuliani and Mark Levin and many more!


Use the Special Discount Code NCbus70 when you register before October 25 and you will receive $70 off your bus package to Americans for Prosperity Foundation’s 5th Annual Defending the American Dream Summit in Washington, DC November 4-5.

The bus package includes a chartered bus trip to DC from one of 14 NC cities, a one-night stay in a fine hotel near the convention center, the conference ticket to the spectacular Defending the American Dream Summit which includes entrance to training sessions, issues forums and two meals—the Ronald Reagan Tribute dinner and a NC Delegation breakfast.