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Win $1,000 for your non-profit!

March 19, 2015

Are you a member of a nonprofit organization that wants to make a difference? Starting this Monday, Americans for Prosperity Virginia is holding a phone banking contest for nonprofits. Organizations and their volunteers can make calls with AFP Virginia as we educate Fairfax County residents about a possible real estate tax increase. Volunteers have the […]

AFP Virginia Disappointed in State Senate Vote Against Education Savings Accounts

March 04, 2015

Americans for Prosperity of Virginia is deeply disappointed that HB2238 was defeated by the Senate last week.  With a tied vote of 18-18, the Lt. Governor voted no to defeat the bill.  In doing so, a clear message has been sent to Virginian parents.  Several members of the Senate care more about protecting their special […]

AFP-VA Disappointed in Virginia Senate for Failing to Stand up to the EPA

March 02, 2015

RICHMOND, VA — Americans for Prosperity – Virginia is disappointed in the Virginia Senate for missing the opportunity to stand up for energy consumers and push back against President Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Senators removed a provision requiring legislative approval of a state implementation plan (SIP) before sending SB 1365 to a conference committee, where […]

AFP-VA Disappointed in Virginia Senate for Failing to Stand up to the EPA

March 02, 2015

RICHMOND, VA — Americans for Prosperity – Virginia is disappointed in the Virginia Senate for missing the opportunity to stand up for energy consumers and push back against President Obama’s Clean Power Plan. Senators removed a provision requiring legislative approval of a state implementation plan (SIP) before sending SB 1365 to a conference committee, where […]

AFP Applauds Delegates for Pushing Back on Obama’s Energy Regulations

February 06, 2015

SB 2291 pushes back against Washington power grab and delays implementation of onerous rules RICHMOND, VA — Americans for Prosperity Virginia applauds the 15 members of the House of Delegate’s Commerce and Labor Committee who voted yes on SB 2291, legislation to enable the state to delay implementation of sweeping new federal energy regulations. Delegates […]