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AFP’s Stefano Reacts to EPA Regulations Proposed Today

June 02, 2014

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania chapter of Americans for Prosperity is calling on our state’s delegation in Congress to work against the EPA’s proposed rules on power plants.  State Director Jennifer Stefano had the following to say:  “Pennsylvania is getting more than 40 percent of our electricity from coal. It’s completely unfair for the Obama administration [...]

Media Advisory: Michelle Malkin Headlines AFP Paycheck Protection Rally

May 28, 2014

Harrisburg, PA — Americans for Prosperity-Pennsylvania will host a paycheck protection rally featuring Michelle Malkin on Wednesday, June 4 at the State Capitol in Harrisburg.  Hundreds of activists plan to gather in support of ending special treatment for public sector unions, whose dues are automatically deducted by the state government. “The special exemptions that public [...]

Michelle Malkin to Headline Americans for Prosperity Paycheck Protection Rally

May 07, 2014 J

Harrisburg, PA — Americans for Prosperity-Pennsylvania will host a paycheck protection rally featuring Michelle Malkin on Wednesday, June 4 at the State Capitol in Harrisburg. “The special treatment that public employee unions get in Pennsylvania is so ridiculous, it’s even grabbed the attention of Michelle Malkin!,” said Jennifer Stefano, State Director of Americans for Prosperity [...]

Americans for Prosperity Supports Unanimous Senate Vote to End Exemptions for Threats, Stalking and Harassment

April 08, 2014 J

Harrisburg, PA — Americans for Prosperity-Pennsylvania offers the following comments on the unanimous (48-0) support of House Bill 1154 from the Senate yesterday. “We stand in solidarity with the entire Senate, who unanimously voted to take a stand against allowing unions to stalk, threaten and otherwise harass individuals in Pennsylvania,” said Jennifer Stefano, State Director [...]

AFP Offers Comments on House Bill 2109

April 03, 2014 J

Americans for Prosperity – Pennsylvania stands in solidarity with Representative Kate Harper (R-Montgomery), as she reintroduces legislation that would prohibit Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) employees from striking at any time.  Currently, the only public employees not permitted to strike include police, corrections officers, some court employees, and mental hospital employees. “Public transportation is a [...]