• What's New

    New Ad on WBZ Radio

    We've got another new ad airing now on WBZ. It talks about the work we're doing to help you hold your legislators accountable for promoting policies that are fiscally responsible and lead to better government. As always, if you want to help us continue that work, please chip in whatever you can!

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  • Independent Spirit on Beacon Hill

    Thanks to an Independent Spirit on Beacon Hill, Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance will celebrate the Fourth of July all month long!

    After weeks of waffling, Republicans and Democrats came together to pave the way for substantive reform at the MBTA. As part of the state budget, the legislature suspended the arcane and burdensome Pacheco Law for three years.

    The Pacheco Law is a darling of union bosses, as it makes contracting out any function performed by a state employee nearly impossible. Without it, Governor Baker and his team can evaluate and assess the work done at the T to determine how and who can most efficiently deliver services.

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  • Radio Campaign

    You can now check out our radio ad campaign in support of Gov. Charlie Baker's bi-partisan plan to reform the MBTA airing this week on The Howie Carr Show, the Dan Rea Show on WBZ, the Jon Keller Update on WBZ, the Jim Polito Show on WTAG, and the Jordan Levy Show on WTAG. The ad touches on the continued need for MBTA reforms and calls on listeners to call their state senators in support of the Governor's plan.

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  • Upcoming events

    Thursday, December 31, 2015 at 12:00 AM

    Past Events

    Some of Our Past Events in 2015 Include:

    -Reception with Congressman Paul Ryan of Wisconsin.

    -Reception with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.

    -Reception with Carly Fiorina, former CEO and Chairman of HP.


    Some of Our Past Events in 2014 Include:

    -Panel discussion with Baruch Feigenbaum, of the Reason Foundation and State Representative Geoff Diehl.

    -AFF + IHS networking event in Boston.

    -Forum at the Joseph Martin Institute for Law & Society at Stonehill College.

    -Lunch reception with the Honorable Kelly Ayotte, United State Senator of New Hampshire.

    -Reception with Tom Woods, author.

    -Panel discussion with Michael Saltsman, research director at the Employment Policy Institute and State Representatives Jim Lyons and Lenny Mirra.


    Some of Our Past Events in 2013 Include:

    -Citizen watchdog training & panel discussion on the repeal of the tech tax.

    -Professor Casey Mulligan discussion of his book, "The Redistribution Recession: How Labor Market Distortions Contracted the Economy."

    -Panel discussion with Michael Tanner, senior fellow from the Cato Institute and State Representative Shaunna O'Connell.

    -Lunch reception with George Donnelly, editor of the Boston Business Journal.

    -Reception with Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review.

    -Lunch reception with State Senator Bruce Tarr.

    -Reception with Jeff Kuhner, WRKO & columnist for the Washington Times.

    -Breakfast reception with Dave Andelman, CEO of Phantom Gourmet.


    Some of Our Past Events in 2012 Include:

    -Lunch reception with David Frum, former White House Advisor, Wall Street Journal editorial page editor & columnist for Forbes.

    -Reception with the Honorable Trey Grayson, head of Harvard's Institute of Politics and former Secretary of State of Kentucky.

    -Reception with the Honorable Karyn Polito, former State Representative.

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