AFP Applauds General Assembly Spending Agreement

August 18, 2015J,

Urges lawmakers to continue working on permanent spending restraint and keep tax provisions out of budget RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity, North Carolina’s leading advocate for economic freedom, issued a statement Tuesday responding to reports of a spending limit agreement between state House and Senate budget writers.   State Director Donald Bryson issued the following statement:  “We are […]

Americans for Prosperity Supports Taxpayer Bill of Rights

August 06, 2015J,

“Power will truly belong to the people when they have the choice of whether or not to control government spending.” RALEIGH – State Director Donald Bryson at Americans for Prosperity North Carolina issued a statement of support Thursday for the passage of a Senate Finance Committee substitute for Senate Bill 607, Taxpayer Bill of Rights, and three state […]

Americans for Prosperity Statement on NC House Bond Plan

August 05, 2015J,

“There are convincing, conservative arguments for financed infrastructure, but the issuing of a bond is not an opportunity to find additional projects that create taxpayer debt.” RALEIGH – State Director Donald Bryson at Americans for Prosperity North Carolina issued a statement Wednesday on the $2.8 billion borrowing plan hurried into House Bill 943 by state […]

NC Supreme Court Approves Opportunity Scholarships

Opinions from the Court available here and here RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity, one of North Carolina’s leading advocates for educational freedom, issued a statement today celebrating the state’s Supreme Court overturning constitutional challenges to the state’s means-tested Opportunity Scholarship program. “The decision by the highest court in our state is first, and foremost, a win for […]

AFP Urges NC Senate to Pass Bill Delaying President Obama’s EPA Policy

Committee substitute protects North Carolinians from overregulation RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity (AFP) North Carolina, the state’s leading advocate for a free-market energy policy, urged the state senate to vote for a committee substitute which passed the NC Senate Committee on Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resources committee yesterday.  THe legislation will delay implementation of the […]