Health care is about people, not politics COLUMBUS — Americans for Prosperity Ohio, the state’s foremost grassroots advocate for healthcare freedom, reacts to a decision in the controversial Supreme Court King v. Burwell case. AFP Ohio Deputy State Director Baylor Myers said, “Obamacare’s victims still have no answers today. Families all across Ohio have been dealing […]
Americans for Prosperity Ohio: Streetcar Project Should Stay Within Budget COLUMBUS – Americans for Prosperity – Ohio issued the following statement regarding the contract proposals for Cincinnati’s streetcar. The City Council has debated the streetcar proposals and has scheduled a special session the morning of Wednesday the 17th to come to a decision. “We believe […]
COLUMBUS — Today Americans for Prosperity Ohio thanks Senator Rob Portman for his work in support of a balanced budget in Washington, DC. Sen. Portman joined a majority of lawmakers in backing a budget framework today that helps trim federal spending over the next decade, putting the country back on a path toward balancing the budget. Deputy […]
Washington’s war on coal — Ohio’s energy lifeblood — is by now well known. Now its effects are hitting us here at home. Recently, American Electric Power, which provides electricity to 1.5 million Ohioans, announced the closure of seven coal-based power plants in the region, including two in Ohio, and the layoff of 250 employees. […]
In a new video segment, NBC 4 highlights the ongoing efforts of AFP Ohio to bring lower property taxes to all Columbus residents and not just a special few. http://www.nbc4i.com/story/28924868/americans-for-prosperity-advertise-against-ginther Columbus residents can visit the AFP Ohio website featured in the segment and send a message to City Council President Andrew Ginther at http://abatementandy.com.