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AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY WEST VIRGINIA LAUNCHES RIGHT TO WORK EFFORT

February 03, 2015

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — Americans for Prosperity West Virginia launches an intense effort Tuesday to support right to work legislation advancing in the state senate. “AFP West Virginia believes that right to work is a necessary step to lift our state out of economic despair, so we will deploy our 11,000 activists and all of […]

MOST WEST VIRGINIANS SUPPORT RIGHT TO WORK, POLL FINDS

February 03, 2015

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — A clear majority of West Virginians support right to work legislation according to a poll conducted last week. The poll, sponsored by Americans for Prosperity West Virginia, shows that 66% of West Virginians believe that workers should be able to keep their jobs regardless of whether or not they join a […]

AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY WEST VIRGINIA ENDORSES RIGHT TO WORK LEGISLATION

January 28, 2015

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — After lawmakers introduced Senate Bill 337, also known as the “Creating Workplace Freedom Act”, on Tuesday, AFP-WV state director Wendy McCuskey released the following statement: “Right to work legislation is vital to making West Virginia competitive and creating an environment of opportunity for all; expect to see our members actively standing […]

AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY WEST VIRGINIA MOVES ON ‘REFORM AMERICA 2015′ AGENDA

January 15, 2015

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — Thursday Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for economic freedom, announced its Reform America 2015 agenda. The West Virginia chapter will be working with its federal delegation to enact agenda policy reforms on healthcare, energy and taxes. “In November, West Virginians said they were unhappy with the policies of […]

W.V. LABOR PARTICIPATION RATE FALLS BELOW 50%

January 14, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.V. — Americans for Prosperity West Virginia is reacting to data from the Department of Labor that shows West Virginia’s labor participation rate for the month of October has dropped to a historic low of 49.8%. “It’s not a labor participation rate, it’s a misery index and it is a clear sign to legislators […]