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URGENT – Seniors Deserve Tax Relief

Please contact these key votes on the SB 1427 and ask them to REPEAL the Hall Tax. Call or email now! Hall Income Tax Repeal Vote is TODAY. Gerald McCormick 615-741-2548 Rep.gerald.mccormick@Capitol.tn.gov   Michael Harrison 615-741-7480 Rep.mike.harrison@capitol.tn.gov   Steve McDaniel 615-741-0750 Rep.steve.mcdaniel@capitol.tn.gov   Dennis Roach 615-741-2534 Rep.dennis.roach@capitol.tn.gov   Kevin Brooks 615-741-1350 Rep.kevin.brooks@capitol.tn.gov   David Hawk 615-741-7482 Rep.david.hawk@capitol.tn.gov   [...]

Issues

AFP LAUNCHING MAJOR EFFORT OPPOSING FARM BILL

June 18, 2013 J

AFP LAUNCHING MAJOR EFFORT OPPOSING FARM BILL Emails, phone calls, web videos targeting 15 House districts Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s largest and most effective advocate for economic freedom, today announced the launch of a significant effort that combines grassroots advocacy with paid ads calling on Republican and Democratic House members to oppose the Farm [...]

Sens. Alexander, Corker Vote to Increase Taxes

May 08, 2013 J,

Fairness.  Politicians, Republicans and Democrats alike, adapt the meaning to whatever they need it to be.  Yesterday, Tennessee Senators Alexander and Corker voted “Yea” on spreading sales tax to all internet purchases under the guise of marketplace fairness.  Here are Alexander’s and Corker’s explanations for voting to increase your taxes. The Marketplace Fairness Act, according to AFP [...]

Obama Budget not up to Task

April 15, 2013 J,

Budget overdue, irrelevant, never balances Americans for Prosperity responded to the latest information released on the Obama budget. The White House has been carefully leaking information in advance of their official budget release, now already more than two months overdue. AFP President Tim Phillips had this to say: “After months of waiting, the White House [...]

Stop a Massive Tax Hike on Tennessee’s Tobacco Consumers

April 10, 2013 J

Tennesseans are struggling during these tough economic times. Burdened with one of the highest state unemployment rates in the nation, families in the Volunteer State are cutting back to make ends meet. But instead of following our lead by cutting taxes and spending, the Tennessee General Assembly wants to raise taxes and markup prices. Click [...]