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TRENTON, N.J. – Americans for Prosperity-New Jersey (AFP-NJ) is ramping up its ongoing campaign to oppose the Biden-Sanders “infrastructure” proposals as House lawmakers, including Rep. Tom Malinowski, prepare to return to Washington next week. The House is being called back early after cutting August recess short to vote on the budget resolution and kick off reconciliation negotiations.
The new push, part of the grassroots group’s seven-figure “End Washington Waste: Stop the Spending Spree” mobilization campaign, includes a wave of radio ads and direct mail to supplement the citizen-to-citizen contact AFP activists are doing across the country.
This effort focuses on 13 House members and highlights the harmful effects the two “infrastructure proposals – President Biden’s $1.2 trillion so-called Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework and Sen. Sanders’ $3.5 trillion “infrastructure” reconciliation package – would have on health care and the economy.
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AFP Senior Advisor Erica Jedynak issued the following statement:
“Congress is considering the largest spending package in U.S. history, which would be the biggest expansion of the federal welfare state since the New Deal. The bipartisan infrastructure package is a down payment on this Bernie Sanders-led spending spree of wasteful, ineffective programs and corporate welfare. Instead, we should be looking to private sector innovation to lower costs and improve the quality of goods and services for the poor and the middle class as it has for generations. Americans for Prosperity – New Jersey is urging Rep. Malinowski to vote No and oppose this dangerous package.”