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"I thank you for what you do... You take on tough questions, you apply innovative thinking, you push for action, and you do it all without regard to politics.
" - President George W. Bush
"Congratulations to GPPF on 20 years of success in promoting liberty! Georgia is lucky to have GPPF on the front lines for freedom. Here's to the next 20 years!
" - Tracie Sharp, president of the State Policy Network
"For over a decade, GPPF has been my trusted provider of factual, innovative, market-based solutions for the greatest issues facing our communities. I am a proud supporter of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation and encourage you to investigate GPPF, too.
" - Brett Harrell, former Snellville mayor, current Georgia state representative
"As a non-profit executive I understand the importance of supporting those organizations you believe are making a difference. As an economic educator, I am always looking for thought-provoking ideas and credible information. That’s what I get from the Foundation – fresh ideas from a well managed organization.
" - David V. Martin, executive director, Georgia Council on Economic Education
"I can assure you – from the vantage of a non-profit think tank in Washington, D.C., with much the same principles as GPPF – that the work that we do simply would not be possible if it were no for the important work that GPPF does.
" - Arthur Brooks
"As an employer, and a parent and a graduate of Georgia public schools, I am pleased that the Foundation has undertaken this project. (The report card) provides an excellent tool for parents and educators to objectively evaluate our public high schools. It will further serve a useful purpose as a benchmark for the future to measure our schools’ progress.
" - Dan Amos, CEO, AFLAC