Americans For Prosperity Hosts “End Washington Waste” Event with Congressman Mark Green, AFP President Tim Phillips

On Monday, May 24th, Americans For Prosperity-Tennessee Will Host An Event With U.S. Representative Mark Green And AFP President Tim Phillips Highlighting The Significant Problems With President Biden’s $4 Trillion “Infrastructure” Proposal.

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American Rescue Plan Allocates $2B To Counties That Don’t Exist Or Don’t Have Fiscal Problems

The Washington, D.C.-Based Tax Foundation Has Calculated That About $2 Billion Worth Of Taxpayer Money From The Democratic-passed American Rescue Plan Act Is Allocated To Local Governments That Don’t Exist Or Aren’t In Financial Distress.

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American Rescue Plan Act To Provide States 116 Times Their Revenue Losses

Many State & Local Governments That Reported Budget Surpluses Last Year Will Still Receive Billions Of Dollars In Federal Aid. The $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Act Brings Total Amount That Federal Government Has Provided During The Pandemic To $6 Trillion.

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$1.4 Billion In COVID-19 Relief Payments Sent To Dead People By IRS

Last June, The Government Accountability Office (GAO) Reported That Uncle Sam Sent $1.4 Billion In COVID Relief Funds To One Million Dead People. They’ve Asked For It Back, But Dead People Are Notoriously Bad About Paying Up. The Federal Government Is Equally Bad About Clawing It Back.

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New Petition Effort Seeks To Limit Nashville Metro Government’s Spending

After A Referendum Effort To Appeal Nashville’s 34% Property Tax Increase And Limit City Officials’ Spending Died In Court Last Fall, The Attorney Behind The Effort Has Launched A New Petition Aimed At Nashville Metro Government.

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25 Senators Introduce REIN Act To Curtail Federal Spending

U.S. Sen Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, Introduces Bill, Co-Signed By 24 Senators, Requiring Any New Regulation Costing $100 Million Or More To Be Approved By Congress Before Implementation.

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Government Waste Thrives In Darkness

In the last 20 years, our country’s national debt has exploded. Today, the national debt is around $27 trillion, a four-fold increase in the last two decades. That doesn’t count unfunded mandates. And there is no end in sight. Obviously, our elected officials are unwilling to address this explosive, increasingly crucial national debt problem. Fortunately, we the taxpaying voters today have a weapon at our fingertips to successfully wage a War on Waste. Successful because our political leaders will quickly recognize that if they want to be reelected, they will have to respond accordingly.

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New Bill Introduced by Tennessee Congressmen Doubles Award For Identifying Government Waste

If The New Bill Passes, Federal Employees Could Get Double The Maximum That Is Currently Awarded For Identifying Government Waste.

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