Sunday, September 21st, 2014

Americans for Prosperity's file

Americans for Prosperity
Americans for Prosperity is a conservative group advocates for limited government, free markets and fiscal and regulatory restraint.

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Recent statements involving Americans for Prosperity

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"Health care premiums up 90 percent in New Hampshire."

— PolitiFact New Hampshire

False

At worst, people are paying more for more

Mostly False

Attack on Landrieu oversold at best

Recent stories featuring Americans for Prosperity

New Koch ad uses Louisiana veteran's health care experience against Mary Landrieu

The latest testimonial ad from Americans for Prosperity is airing in Louisiana and features a former Marine Corps Reserve who says his service helped him get a health plan that Obamacare canceled. But is that the whole story?

Does an Americans for Prosperity ad about a woman with lupus tell the whole story?

We explore the issues raised by a recent political ad that features one person talking to a camera about the health care law.

Ad Watch: Will Obamacare raise your health insurance premiums?

Despite projections that Obamacare will reduce most premiums -- and predictions to the contrary -- the law is very complicated and the result will vary depending on what type of health insurance you have.

Ad Watch: Crafty splice tags Obama with a promise

An Americans for Prosperity ad shows President Barack Obama promising to cut the national deficit during his first term and saying, "If I don't have this done in three years, then there's going to be a one-term proposition."

Did President Obama really give himself a three-year deadline to accomplish that goal?

Americans for Prosperity's traffic light claim

Is stimulus money paying for traffic lights on Chinese streets?

That's a claim made by Americans for Prosperity in a TV ad running in Ohio and seven other states.

The ad blames President Barack Obama for sending stimulus money overseas while Americans are out of work. The claim about traffic lights is the third one we've checked out.