AFP Foundation – Indiana Highlights Success of Recent Reforms
Americans for Prosperity Foundation – Indiana (AFPF-IN) has launched the project “Indiana on Track” to highlight the success of Indiana’s reforms in the areas of tax, workplace and education. The effort will include community town halls that will provide information directly to Hoosiers and a statewide radio ad.
The full details about the effort are available at: www.indianaontrack.com.
“Through tax, workplace and education reforms, Indiana is leading the way to prosperity and it’s working,” stated Chase Downham, Indiana State Director of Americans for Prosperity Foundation.
“Indiana has become a leader in the Midwest and a model for the rest of the country by embracing economic freedom. School choice, right-to-work and the elimination of certain taxes are having a real, positive impact on our state. The purpose of this effort is to educate Hoosiers on how these reforms have put Indiana on track for greater prosperity and freedom for all.”
As recently reported, Indiana added more jobs in the month of May than any other state in the country. May marked the seventh consecutive month of Indiana job growth. The best stretch of job growth for Indiana in nearly a decade.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) is a nationwide organization of citizen-leaders committed to advancing every individual’s right to economic freedom and opportunity. AFPF believes reducing the size and intrusiveness of government is the best way to promote individual productivity and prosperity for all Americans. AFPF educates and engages citizens to support restraining state and federal government growth and returning government to its constitutional limits. AFPF is more than 1.9 million activists strong, with activists in all 50 states. AFPF has 34 state chapters and affiliates. More than 90, 000 Americans in all 50 states have made a financial contribution to AFP or AFP Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.americansforprosperityfoundation.com/
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