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November 04, 2014

By Akash Chougule It is the single most damning sentence of this election cycle: “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health plan.” It was repeated over and over again by President Obama as well as his liberal allies in Congress, who are now struggling to hold onto their seats. But […]


October 14, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity responded to reports that the Obama administration will not display health insurance premiums for 2015 on HealthCare.gov until the second week of November. The Department of Health and Human Services originally planned for 2015 open enrollment to begin Oct. 15, 2014. But in Nov. 2013, following the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, the Obama administration […]

Americans for Prosperity Launches New Six-Figure Ad Campaign on Millennial Unemployment

October 14, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity announced the launch of a new, six-figure initiative to hold elected officials accountable for perpetuating millennial unemployment and debt. The campaign, titled Defend Their Dream, begins running today on digital platforms in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Louisiana, and North Carolina, and will continue for several weeks. The thirty-second ad […]

AFP Comments on One Year Anniversary of HealthCare.gov Rollout

October 02, 2014

Arlington, Va. – Today Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for health care freedom, released a statement to mark the one-year anniversary of the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov. The nonpartisan Government Accountability Office released a report this summer that reviewed the rollout of the federal ObamaCare website. During its investigation, the GAO found […]

Axe the Tax: Renewed Efforts to Repeal the Hall Income Tax

October 02, 2014

AFP and the Beacon Center of TN are joining forces to repeal the Hall Income Tax. Learn more about the tax, how it affects you, and how we are going to repeal it. The Hall Income Tax is a 6% tax on interest and dividends. It predominately affects seniors, who are more likely to own […]

Political Spending, Union Boss Salaries Skyrocket Even as Membership Declines

September 23, 2014

By Akash Chougule Two recently released reports have once again confirmed in vivid detail what many people have known for a long time:  That the big organized labor movement has lost its way. Once advocates for legitimately constructive reforms like improved working conditions and child labor laws, today ideologically driven unions have turned into little […]


September 23, 2014

By Justin Sykes As the weather begins to cool across much of the country this winter, the push for far-reaching new regulations coming out of Washington, DC is set to heat up.  That’s because President Obama and his EPA are slated to spin out another ream of federal red tape, this time in the form […]

Thanks to Free Ride on Funding Measure, Ex-Im Survives … For Now

September 23, 2014

By Eric Peterson Congress has returned to Washington after a 5 week hiatus to deal pressing problems facing the nation both here at home and abroad.  Unfortunately, the definition of what constitutes a pressing issue is often different in Washington’s marbled halls than in Main Street America. In no case is that more clear than […]

AFP Throws Common Core Under the Bus

September 18, 2014

Protesters gather to stop Common Core outside education summit. NASHVILLE – A coalition of groups gathered together at Legislative Plaza to protest Common Core.  An invitation-only education summit was hosted across the street during the protest. Seventy-four activists and parents showed up to urge lawmakers to repeal Common Core.  Americans for Prosperity provided support for […]

Americans for Prosperity Commends Supremes on AG Selection

September 16, 2014

Putting partisan politics aside and selecting an attorney general who will do the same.  NASHVILLE – Americans for Prosperity – Tennessee (AFP-TN) commends the TN Supreme Court for listening to Tennesseans on their selection of a new attorney general. Herbert Slatery III was selected to serve the eight-year term as Tennessee’s attorney general. Three of […]