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Alexandria, Virginia 22310-9998
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Mission: The Center for Freedom and Prosperity (CF&P) is a non-profit organization created to lobby lawmakers in favor of market liberalization. The top project of CF&P is the Coalition for Tax Competition, which is fighting to preserve jurisdictional tax competition, sovereignty, and financial privacy.
CF&P supports removing any and all obstacles to market-oriented health care reform. Abolishing the Independent Payment Advisory Board created by Obamacare is essential to reducing government distortions in the health care market that unnecessarily drive up costs and reduce both access to and the quality of care received.
The OECD's annual subsidy from US taxpayers should be eliminated from the budget.
The Center for Freedom and Prosperity congratulates the Republican Study Committee for defunding the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) as part of its Spending Reduction Act. The act lists $2.5 trillion in savings over 10 years, including the $93 million annual subsidy to the OECD.
The Double Taxation Working Group consists of representatives from the country’s most influential free-market and taxpayer groups. The Working Group opposes all forms of double taxation, including the death tax, capital gains tax, and taxes on dividends.
This campaign does not have a legislative agenda.
These initiatives help reduce waste, fraud and abuse in government.
"S. 743 would help to shield whistle-blowing federal employees from retaliation when they provide credible information about waste, fraud, and abuse. Key reforms include: restoration of rights three times passed by Congress but three times eliminated through hostile judicial activism; limited jury trial access (more modest than available to corporate whistleblowers) to enforce them when there is no timely administrative ruling; repeal of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit’s destructive monopoly on precedent-setting decisions in whistleblower cases; and expansion of whistleblower rights to cover key sections of the workforce such as baggage screeners and national security employees who work through specified government channels."
It is astounding that government estimators continue to insist that changes in tax policy do not effect economic growth. This faulty understanding of the economy produces a bias for tax increases and against tax cuts.