Legislative Alerts

“Employee Freedom Week” Coalition Educates Workers Nationwide

More than one in three union households – 39 percent – nationwide is unaware that they can opt out of the union or at least a portion of the dues without losing their job or suffering other penalty. As part of the “National Employee Freedom Week” grassroots educational campaign that took place last week, 97 organizations from across the country sought to change that lack of knowledge in their particular states.

AFP Letter On Appropriations Process

Dear Representatives: On behalf of more than 2.8 million Americans for Prosperity activists in all 50 states, I encourage your strong commitment to completing the appropriations process. This is an important part of Congress following their statutory duty in passing a budget and funding spending bills. Over the course of the Obama administration, Americans have […]

AFP Supports Common Sense Menu Labeling Legislation

Dear Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers: On behalf of more than 2.8 million Americans for Prosperity activists in all 50 states, I applaud you for introducing legislation that would make changes to the menu labeling requirements under the President’s healthcare law (H.R. 2017). Even though the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently extended the deadline to comply, […]

AFP Supports RFS Repeal

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Dear Senator Cassidy and Representative Goodlatte: On behalf of more than 2.5 million Americans for Prosperity activists in all 50 states, I applaud your introduction of legislation that would repeal the federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) (S. 1584 and H.R. 703). With the repeal of the RFS, refiners would no longer be mandated to blend […]

AFP Applauds U.S. Senators Calling for Ex-Im Liquidation Plans

The Export Import Bank’s charter officially expired at midnight, leaving it unable to process or make any new loans. The expiration of the bank’s charter is a victory for taxpayers, whose hard earned dollars have gone to an institution that has long been a vehicle for corporate welfare and become increasingly mired in corruption scandals. […]