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AFP Foundation launches FOIA investigation into Disinformation Governance Board

Concerned about the federal government’s newly announced Disinformation Governance Board? So are we. And we’re going to get to the bottom of it. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently introduced the new body. It purports to safeguard “the United States against threats to its security, including threats exacerbated by disinformation.” What does the board…

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Why AFPF is suing USCIS for the results of its Known Employer Initiative

By Sam Peak and Kevin Schmidt Because U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services cannot process visas, requests for work authorizations, and other petitions in a timely manner, our immigration system is dealing with crushing backlogs and delays. This is causing U.S. employers to lose critical employees amid a labor crisis — and costing thousands of people…

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Kennedy v. Bremerton School District shows why a high school football coach’s prayer may be important for academic freedom

Government employs a veritable army of teachers, professors, graduate students, undergraduate work-study students, as well as coaches, teachers’ aides, tutors, and administrators. To what degree can government, as an employer, punish the people it hires for their own personal expression? That’s a live question. The First Amendment protects citizens from the government. The government doesn’t…

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More evidence the VA is improperly delaying or denying community care to eligible veterans

Americans for Prosperity Foundation has obtained new documents in its ongoing Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Department of Veterans Affairs. These documents provide even more evidence that the VA is failing to comply with the community care standards created by the VA MISSION Act, which was meant to give veterans more access to…

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Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Kansas Opens Investigation into Department of Commerce STAR Bond Program

TOPEKA, Kan. – Today, Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Kansas (AFPF-KS) filed a Kansas Open Records Act request with the Department of Commerce seeking records about the Sales Tax and Revenue (“STAR”) Bonds financing program. The request demands access to all internal or external studies or reports on the STAR Bond program, all project feasibility studies, and e-mail…

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