Legislative Alerts

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 […]

NC Day of Action Advocates Tax Cuts Statewide

July 18, 2015J,

Activists “all-in” for tax cut agenda  HIGH POINT – Americans for Prosperity – North Carolina’s leading advocate for economic freedom – continued its grassroots campaign Saturday for income and corporate tax cuts proposed by the state senate in its 2015 biennium budget. Communications Director Joseph Kyzer issued the following statement: “We’re generating a tremendous effort this summer […]

Door-knock deployments support NC Senate tax cuts

July 08, 2015J,

“Overwhelming support for income tax relief”  RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity – North Carolina’s leading advocate for economic freedom – recently deployed volunteer door-knockers and field staff to support the NC Senate tax cut plan statewide. Communications Director Joseph Kyzer issued the following statement: “Our team is excited to be back out in the grassroots, talking to […]

AFP Applauds “Openness of Debate and Discussion” on Budget

June 23, 2015J,

“House Finance committee is doing its due diligence” RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity – North Carolina’s leading advocate for economic freedom – issued a statement Tuesday, applauding the state House Finance Committee’s vetting of the finance portions of the Senate’s budget proposal. State Director Donald Bryson issued the following statement: “I think the chairs of House […]

ACTION ALERT: Senate Budget Sunsets Certificate of Need

“This is a call to action. Certificate of Need reform is the most important step North Carolina lawmakers can take to lowering health care costs and expanding access for millions of residents.” RALEIGH – North Carolina Senate leaders proposed a full repeal of the state’s Certificate of Need (CON) laws by 2019 in their biennium budget bill released […]