Americans for Prosperity Announces 2015 Agenda

Press release from Americans for Prosperity – Tennessee; January 16, 2015:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Thursday Americans for Prosperity, the nation’s foremost grassroots advocate for economic freedom, announced its Reform America 2015 agenda. The Tennessee chapter will be working with its federal delegation to enact agenda policy reforms on healthcare, energy and taxes.

“Our work did not finish in November and ‘Reform America’ is about taking the election debate and turning it into policy realities,” said Americans for Prosperity Tennessee state director, Andrew Ogles.

Priorities for the ‘Reform America 2015’ agenda include: a repeal of the medical device tax; return to a 40 hour workweek; repeal of the death tax and bringing American profits home; ending green energy government subsidies; and moving forward with the Keystone XL pipeline.

Explore Reform America 2015 Here: www.reformamerica2015.com

The chapter will be mobilizing its grassroots activists in the coming weeks through letters, phone calls, canvassing and visits to member offices to promote the ‘Reform America 2015’ agenda.

“AFP-TN has worked hard to develop a strong grassroots network and now we will leverage that capacity in all of our policy fights.”

In addition to ‘Reform America 2015′,’ the Tennessee chapter will be mobilizing on local issues including Medicaid expansion.

“Many of the issues in ‘Reform America’ have state level components and in Tennessee preventing the expansion of Medicaid from robbing our state government is at the top.”