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AFP Foundation highlights civil rights report on civil asset forfeiture reform in the Palmetto State

Last week, the Greenville News, Spartanburg Herald-Journal, and Bluffton Today published an op-ed authored by AFP-Foundation-South Carolina State Director Candace Carroll and me about the harm caused by civil asset forfeiture in South Carolina. The article highlights a recent report from the South Carolina Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission. “The report’s findings…

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New report shows how government rules deny Americans access to hospital care and other health care services

Outdated “Certificate of Need” laws keep billions in health care investment from reaching vulnerable communities Arlington, Va. — Before and during the Covid-19 pandemic, many areas that were hit hardest by the virus were poised to expand their health care networks. A new report published today by Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) reveals how obsolete…

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New report shows how government rules deny Americans access to hospital care and other health care services

Outdated “Certificate of Need” laws keep billions in health care investment from reaching vulnerable communities Arlington, Va. — Before and during the Covid-19 pandemic, many areas that were hit hardest by the virus were poised to expand their health care networks. A new report published today by Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) reveals how obsolete…

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Americans for Prosperity Foundation Pressures Biden Administration for Answers on Abuse of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

Arlington, VA- Today, Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of State for failing to produce records regarding the Biden Administration’s abuse of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, its alleged request that OPEC+ hold production cuts until after the midterm election, and the President’s…

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303 Creative LLC v Elenis: The Biggest Supreme Court Free Speech Case You Might Not Have Heard About

A small independent website designer in Colorado is getting national attention. Why? The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case next week about whether the government can force her to say something that goes against her personal beliefs. It’s one of the biggest free speech cases this Supreme Court term. And you may not have…

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Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Kansas Requests Attorney General Investigate Open Records Act Violation by Department of Commerce

TOPEKA, Kan. – Americans for Prosperity Foundation-Kansas (AFPF) filed a Kansas Open Records Act (KORA) complaint today against the Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) after the agency failed to provide documents requested by AFPF over a year ago regarding a Commerce-run corporate welfare scheme called the Sales Tax and Revenue (“STAR”) Bond program. The 2021 KORA…

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Americans for Prosperity Foundation Investigation Reveals True Cost of North Carolina’s Certificate of Need Law

Arlington, Va. – Today, Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFPF) released a report revealing how North Carolina’s certificate of need (CON) law harms patients and deters billions of dollars in health care investment in the state. North Carolina is one of 35 states with CON laws, which require health care providers to gain approval from the…

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