Legislative Alerts

N.C. Senate Rules Chair files bill to repeal Certificate of Need

Senate Bill 702 is “bold leadership”  RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity – North Carolina’s leading advocate for economic freedom – praised the bold leadership of N.C. Sen. Tom Apodaca this week and his effort to repeal Certificate of Need laws in this state. Senate Bill 702 – Repeal CON and COPA Laws State Director Donald Bryson issued the following […]

AFP Applauds Efforts to Provide Tax Relief

March 26, 2015J,

RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity – North Carolina’s leading advocate for freedom – responded Thursday to a personal income tax cut proposed by the state senate. Senate Bill 526 State Director Donald Bryson issued the following statement: “We’re encouraged by Senators Rabon, Rucho and Tillman’s continued focus on delivering tax relief to job creators and […]

AFP: HB 200 Certificate of Need Reform Bill is Step in Right Direction

 Continues to advocate for full repeal of law hampering North Carolinians’ healthcare choice RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity today issued a statement of support for HB 200, a bill to reform the state’s anti-competitive Certificate of Need laws, which hamper healthcare choice. Donald Bryson, AFP – NC state director, issued the following statement: “Certificate of Need […]

AFP: Shame on NC House for Increasing Corporate Welfare

March 04, 2015J,

HB 177 increases taxpayer handouts to businesses by $15 million RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity wasted no time today calling out representatives who voted for House Bill 177 on second reading today, which increases the state’s corporate welfare slush funds by $15 million. The bill, which passed 87-32, renames and increases funding for the Job Development Investment Grants (JDIG). […]

AFP-NC Urges House Finance Committee to Oppose H.B. 117

March 02, 2015J,

RALEIGH – Americans for Prosperity – North Carolina’s leading advocate for economic freedom – sent a letter Monday to members of the N.C. House Finance Committee urging them to oppose H.B. 117 “N.C. Competes Act.” State Director Donald Bryson signed the following letter: Members of the N.C. House of Representatives: I write to inform you […]