Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’


  • Non-profit

    CSG Action

    CSG Action (formerly the Alliance for Self-Governance) is the 501(c)(4) nonprofit lobbying arm of Citizens for Self-Governance. CSG Action aims to empower citizens by providing information and training on civic engagement that will positively impact community life. CSG Action also engages in lobbying efforts to influence policies intended to benefit
  • Non-profit

    Convention of States Action (COSA)

    Convention of States Action (COSA) is a nonprofit organization that supports states to call for an Article V convention to propose new federal constitutional amendments. Founded by Mark Meckler and Michael Farris in 2013, COSA advocates for constitutional amendments that would put limits on federal power and spending, and create
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    Clean Slate Initiative

    The Clean Slate Initiative is a campaign originally launched by the left-of-center Center for American Progress (CAP) in 2018 to push for state laws that automatically clear criminal records for most misdemeanors and some felonies if certain criteria are met. The group has launched state-level organizations in over a
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    Spark Freedom

    Spark Freedom provided strategic planning, coaching, branding, and other communications consultant services to right-of-center non-profit groups. 1 It appears that the groups is no longer operational as of October
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    Frontier Institute

    The Frontier Institute (FI) is a public policy think tank that promotes economic freedom in Montana. Founded in 2020, FI advocates for lower taxes and decreased regulation in Montana. The Frontier Institute conducts policy research and analysis, creates educational content, and builds coalitions that support its guiding principles of economic
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    Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization

    The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization is a right-leaning organization founded by three professors from Hamilton College. 1 The organization
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    Justice Action Network

    Justice Action Network (JAN) is a criminal justice advocacy group working at both the state and national levels. JAN provides research and polling information to assist other organizations across the political spectrum to create their own campaigns to advocate for liberalization of the criminal justice system. It also hosts events
  • Non-profit

    Lucy Burns Institute

    The Lucy Burns Institute (LBI) is a nonpartisan educational organization that publishes Ballotpedia, an online encyclopedia of over 300,000 articles related to American politics and elections. 1 The Lucy Burns Institute has been doing business as
  • Non-profit

    1889 Institute

    The 1889 Institute is a non-partisan research and education organization focused on public policy analysis and development in Oklahoma. The 1889 Institute promotes free enterprise and limited government by making public policy recommendations on issues like education, healthcare, “economic liberty,” and state finances.
  • Other Group

    Lawfare Media

    Lawfare Media, known simply as Lawfare, is a legal policy website founded by law professors Robert Chesney, Jack Goldsmith, Benjamin Wittes that covers national security issues and the use of the legal system regarding political and international relations. The site features commentary from a variety of professors and legal scholars
  • Non-profit

    EarthX

    EarthX is an international environmental organization dedicated to educating and inspiring people and organizations to act towards an environmentalist-aligned future. The nonprofit is affiliated with the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Background EarthX formerly known as Earth Day Texas was founded in 2010 by Trammell S. Crow.
  • Non-profit

    Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF)

    Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF) is a left-of-center organizing and advocacy organization based in Durham, North Carolina. It deploys college students and farmworkers as community organizers in North and South Carolina and disseminates information on farmworker issues nationwide. Its goal is to improve living and working conditions and a path
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    National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)

    The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) is a national association funded by the state and territorial legislatures in the United States. The organization is officially nonpartisan and its executive committee is divided among Democratic and Republican lawmakers with the annual national chairmanship alternating between a Democrat and Republican; however,
  • Other Group

    Alliance for Feminist Movements (Global Alliance)

    Alliance for Feminist Movements (Global Alliance) is a coalition of left-of-center advocacy organizations, government organizations, and grantmaking organizations that was created to centralize feminist advocacy campaigns globally. Amongst its members, it coordinates the funding of feminist campaigns as well as activities related to feminist advocacy.
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    New Left Accelerator (NLA)

    New Left Accelerator (NLA) is a nonprofit advisory organization that helps left-of-center activist groups improve their systems and outreach potential. It was founded after the 2016 election by Deborah Barron, a founding member of Women Lawyers On Guard. NLA is the sister social-welfare organization of the Capacity Shop, a
  • Other Group

    Climate Cabinet Education (CCE)

    Climate Cabinet Education (CCE) is a project of Climate Cabinet Action (CCA) that provides climate policy recommendations to state and local elected officials. CCE is fiscally sponsored by FFWD (Fast Forward). 1
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    Climate Cabinet Action (CCA)

    Climate Cabinet Action (CCA), sometimes known as the Climate Cabinet Action Fund, is a social welfare group that seeks to “solve climate change” by building left-of-center climate policy-supporting legislative majorities at the state and local levels. The organization’s stated goal is to attain legislative majorities in 30 states, 300 counties,
  • Person

    Mark Levin

    Mark Levin is a nationally syndicated radio host. He also hosts the Fox News show, Life Liberty & Levin. Levin is a New York Times bestselling author and is the editor-in-chief of the Conservative Review. 1
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    Education Reform Now (ERN)

    Education Reform Now (ERN) is a left-of-center education activist organization. ERN supports the far-left  Black Lives Matter movement,
  • For-profit

    Adasina Social Capital

    Adasina Social Capital is an investment advisory firm that focuses its investments on left-of-center social advocacy involving race, gender, economic equality, and climate. 1 It developed the Adasina Social Justice Investment Criteria to create investment