Americans for Prosperity is proud to lead a large coalition of organizations in supporting the The Reliable, Affordable and Safe Power (RASP) Act, a resolution that will help states push back against the EPA’s harmful proposed rules on power plants. Text of the resolution is online here and the coalition letter is posted below.
tennessee Legislative Alerts
Americans for Prosperity is proud to join a coalition of organizations calling on Congress to oppose the Marketplace and Internet Tax Fairness Act. This legislation would grant new taxing authority to states on businesses outside of their jurisdiction and create a host of new regulatory and compliance burdens. We’ve joined with several other organizations to […]
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Americans for Prosperity Tennessee, with more 30,000 activists across the state, has re-launched a radio campaign to stop legislative action intended to expand Obamacare in the state. Radio ads, social media and grassroots activism led by AFP-TN was a significant factor in the defeat of the Insure Tennessee plan during the special […]
March 17, 2015 Arlington, VA- Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest grassroots advocate for economic freedom, applauded the House Budget Committee for introducing a budget resolution this morning. AFP Vice President of Government Affairs Brent Gardner issued the following statement: “We applaud House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price for putting together a common sense budget resolution. While not perfect, […]
2015 Legislative Priorities
March 04, 2015 ARLINGTON, VA – Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest advocate for healthcare freedom, issued comments today in advance of Supreme Court King v. Burwell. AFP President Tim Phillips had this to say: “As the Supreme Court yet again considers the legality of certain elements of ObamaCare, it is important to remember this […]
In Rebuke of Tennessee Governor, Koch Group Shows Its Power – NBC News “AFP is playing a unique role in effectively serving as a conservative watchdog…at the state level.” ‘Anatomy of a disaster': What went wrong with Haslam’s Insure Tennessee proposal — Times Free Press “For starters, Haslam’s plan relied for its funding from President […]