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AFP-PA Urges Senators to Oppose SB 944

June 28, 2013 J

AFP-PA Urges Senators to Oppose SB 944 HARRISBURG – Americans for Prosperity – Pennsylvania is urging members of the state senate to oppose 944, which would increase cigarette taxes to fund the Philadelphia School District. “It is not fiscally prudent to raise taxes, any taxes, in order to fund any entity that is consistently unable […]

AFPF-PA to host Patriots Camp in Gettysburg on July 2nd

June 26, 2013

Dear Activist, Please plan to attend the Americans for Prosperity Foundation and Constitutional Champions family fun Patriot Camp next Tuesday, July 2! Join us for exciting activities including the Minuteman Relay and “Are You Smarter than a Redcoat?” as we learn more about our Founding Fathers and celebrate American exceptionalism. This camp is for children […]

Americans for Prosperity Launches Campaign Against Medicaid Expansion

June 12, 2013 J

Online ads, activist phone calls will urge key lawmakers to vote against costly expansion. HARRISBURG, Penn. – Americans for Prosperity is launching a paid effort to urge key state representatives and senators to vote against an irresponsible expansion of Medicaid under President Obama’s health care law. Thousands of activists are expected to make calls to […]

AFP-Pennsylvania to Host Lobby Day Tomorrow, June 4

June 03, 2013

Decisions made this month will determine future of state, says Stefano. Washington Crossing, Penn. – Americans for Prosperity – Pennsylvania will host a Lobby Day at the State Capitol tomorrow, June 4.  The event will begin at 10AM on the Capitol steps with speakers including Americans for Prosperity-PA State Director Jennifer Stefano.  Other tentative speakers […]

AFP State Director Stefano Says When All Smoke Clears, Medicaid Expansion Costs the State Billions and Expands a Failing Program

April 23, 2013

Washington Crossing, PA – Jennifer Stefano, State Director of Americans for Prosperity – Pennsylvania, stated today’s Independent Fiscal Office’s focus on “savings” must be seen in the context of the billions expanding Medicaid will cost the Commonwealth. “Today’s IFO report rightly identifies that the federal government uses an early infusion of borrowed federal dollars to […]