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AFP-MI Turns Back the Clock to a Time Before Inflation

Jun 27, 2022 by AFP

Lansing, Michigan—Americans for Prosperity-Michigan (AFP-MI) will partner with locally owned gas stations next week to offer a limited time gasoline discount to motorists and connect them to the causes of rising energy costs in Michigan and nationwide.


Two discounted gas highlighting the spiraling costs of energy. AFP-MI will partner with privately owned gas stations to lower the cost of regular unleaded gasoline to $2.38 a gallon—the national average price of gas the day President Biden took office. (Gasoline discount is given on a first come, first served basis to motorists for a limited time. No gas cans or RV’s.)


Americans for Prosperity-Michigan State Director Annie Patnaude

Michigan State Senator Tom Barrett (R-24)

Michigan Representative Peter Meijer (R-03)


Tuesday, June 28 from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Sen. Barret will give a press conference at 3 pm to open the event.

The Shell Station at 8205 W Saginaw Hwy, Lansing, MI 48917

Thursday, June 30 from 10 am – Noon

Rep. Meijer will give a press conference at 10 am to open the event

4908 Division Street, Wyoming, MI 49548

AFP’s The True Cost of Washington campaign provides Americans across the country a with the truth behind rising costs, while offering real solutions to make everyday life more affordable. Thanks to skyrocketing inflation, Americans can expect to spend an extra $5,500 to maintain the same standard of living as last year, and an extra $1,433 for gasoline.

A poll recently conducted by Public Opinion Strategies for AFP found that 75 percent of Americans reported that the increase in costs has impacted their consumer behavior over the past year. Most individuals surveyed agreed that government policies and regulations have caused price increases. 61 percent of those surveyed blamed President Biden for this increase.

AFP’s solutions to combat these rising prices garnered support, with 88 percent of respondents agreeing the government should make it easier to produce energy domestically, and 82 percent agreeing with getting government spending under control by tackling the federal debt and reducing federal budget deficits.