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FreedomWorks Leads Coalition of Activists, Parents, and Children in the Battle for PA School Choice
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FreedomWorks Leads Coalition of Activists, Parents, and Children in the Battle for PA School Choice

HARRISBURG, PA- On the eve of a state senate vote determining the bill’s fate, a diverse community of over 2,000 parents, students, teachers, FreedomWorks volunteer activists and allies flooded the steps of the State Capitol building in support of SB1, The Opportunity Scholarship and Educational Improvement Tax Credit Act. The SB1 legislation would provide parents with vouchers for their children to attend the public, private, or parochial school of their choice.

04/13/2011
FreedomWorks Launches “FireJimRogers.com”
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FreedomWorks Launches “FireJimRogers.com”

Washington, DC --  FreedomWorks announced today that it has launched a new, online grassroots petition, www.FireJimRogers.com, to build broad support for removing Rogers from his position as Chief Operating Officer at Duke Energy. 

04/04/2011
FreedomWorks Launches Campaign Against Abuses of Union Power
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FreedomWorks Launches Campaign Against Abuses of Union Power

Washington, DC – Today, on behalf of hardworking taxpayers all over the country, FreedomWorks announced a major campaign targeting the rampant abuse of power that organized labor has engaged at the state and federal level to impact elections and the public policy making process.

03/17/2011
FreedomWorks North Carolina Launches Campaign Against Duke Energy Corp. and Rent-Seeking CEO Jim Rogers
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FreedomWorks North Carolina Launches Campaign Against Duke Energy Corp. and Rent-Seeking CEO Jim Rogers

WHAT: Members of the North Carolina chapter of FreedomWorks will be taking to the streets once again, signs in hand, in protest of the Duke Energy Corporation CEO Jim Rogers and his latest efforts to advance an agenda of aggressive federal energy regulation. Rogers recently promised the Democratic National Convention a $10 million line of credit as “security in the event of a cash shortfall,” to ensure that the major fundraising convention takes place. WHERE: Duke Power Headquarters, 526 South Church Street, Charlotte, NC 28202.

03/16/2011
FreedomWorks Applauds the House Energy and Power Subcommittee's Efforts to Prevent EPA Over-Regulation
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FreedomWorks Applauds the House Energy and Power Subcommittee's Efforts to Prevent EPA Over-Regulation

FreedomWorks applauds Chairman Fred Upton and the House Energy and Power Subcommittee for their efforts to rein in the overzealous Environmental Protection Agency.  Today, Upton’s subcommittee approved H.R.

03/11/2011
FreedomWorks, Statewide Tea Party Leaders Rally to Support Senate Bill 5 and “Legislative Entrepreneur” Gov. Kasich
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FreedomWorks, Statewide Tea Party Leaders Rally to Support Senate Bill 5 and “Legislative Entrepreneur” Gov. Kasich

COLUMBUS, OH- Today FreedomWorks, along with dozens of local Ohio Tea Party leaders, stood united for a press conference at the state capitol to defend the taxpayers of Ohio and to offer support for Senate Bill 5 (SB5). SB5 would remove automatic pay raises, introduce merit-based pay and reform the collective bargaining power of state and local employees. Following the press conference, grassroots leaders from across the state delivered hundreds of letters of support from the citizens of Ohio, urging their state representatives to vote YES on SB5.

03/08/2011
FreedomWorks, Statewide Tea Party Leaders to Support Senate Bill 5 and Governor Kasich
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FreedomWorks, Statewide Tea Party Leaders to Support Senate Bill 5 and Governor Kasich

WHAT: FreedomWorks, Ohio Tea Party groups and limited-government activists will host a press conference at the state capitol to defend the taxpayers of Ohio and to offer support for Senate Bill 5 (SB5).

03/07/2011
Hearing on Mine Safety Presents Opportunity to Curb Big Government Regulatory Abuse
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Hearing on Mine Safety Presents Opportunity to Curb Big Government Regulatory Abuse

Washington, DC— Today, the Subcommittee on Workforce Protections of the U.S. House of Representatives Education and the Workforce Committee will hold a hearing entitled, “Examining Recent Regulatory and Enforcement Actions of the Mine Safety and Health Administration.”  Testifying at the hearing will be the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Mine Safety and Health, Joseph Main. 

03/03/2011
Collective Bargaining Reform Bill Clears Ohio Senate
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Collective Bargaining Reform Bill Clears Ohio Senate

WASHINGTON, DC- Today, FreedomWorks cheered the success of Senate Bill 5 (SB5), which passed the Ohio State Senate by a narrow vote of 17-16. Senate Bill 5 is a piece of legislation that would remove automatic pay raises, introduce merit-based pay and restrict the collective bargaining power of state and local employees. This would help address Ohio’s budget crisis and lay the foundation for future job growth. Currently, the state of Ohio has a $10 billion deficit for 2011, and shed over 600,000 private sector jobs in the last ten years.

03/02/2011
School Choice Bill Clears Major Hurdle in Pennsylvania
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School Choice Bill Clears Major Hurdle in Pennsylvania

WASHINGTON, DC- FreedomWorks cheered the passage of SB1, The Opportunity Scholarship and Educational Improvement Tax Credit Act, which was passed today in the PA Senate Education Committee by a vote of 8-2. Pennsylvania currently has one of the worst SAT score averages in the nation. On the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment, only about half of 11th graders are proficient in math and reading.  

03/01/2011

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