Free Enterprise Fund

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The Free Enterprise Action Fund is a mutual fund which promotes pro-free enterprises ideology and provides financial help to investors. [1]It originated from the conservative grassroots organization, the Club for Growth. Former president of the Club for Growth, Stephen Moore,currently serves as President of the '501' organization.[2]

Founded in 2005, the Free Enterprise Action Fund is headquartered in Washington, D.C., and advocates tax relief and tax reform, fiscal restraint, limited government and a pro-growth economic agenda[3]. Their action committee works to elect to Congress candidates who best represent the principles of the free enterprise agenda.

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