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APP Praises House Appropriations Committee for Inclusion Act Amendment

July 11, 2018
Washington, D.C. – Today, the House Appropriations Committee passed H.R. 1881, the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act, as an amendment to the FY2019 Labor, Health and Human Services…

Terry Schilling on CNN Discussing Supreme Court Opening

July 9, 2018
This morning, American Principles Project executive director Terry Schilling appeared on CNN’s “At This Hour” to discuss the candidates President Trump is reportedly considering for the current…

Frank Cannon in NYT on Upcoming Supreme Court Battle

June 29, 2018
From The New York Times‘ Elizabeth Dais and Jeremy W. Peters: Early Thursday morning, less than 24 hours after Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced his retirement, scores of…

APP Endorses Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act

June 29, 2018
Washington, D.C. – American Principles Project has announced that it is endorsing H.R. 1881, the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act, introduced by Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pennsylvania). The bill…

Frank Cannon: McConnell’s gamble is about to pay off — big time

June 28, 2018
From APP president Frank Cannon’s op-ed in The Hill: In my lifetime, I’ve never seen a politician place a more consequential wager (and win) than the one Senate…

Education Experts: Massachusetts “Eviscerates” History Standards with Curriculum Rewrite

June 21, 2018
Washington, D.C. – American Principles Project senior fellow Jane Robbins is co-author of a white paper released today by the Boston-based Pioneer Institute, entitled No Longer a City on…

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