(Corrected version to reflect that SPN was established in 1992 and 150 organizations attended the 2014 SPN conference.)
By Benita Dodd
When the State Policy Network was established in 1992, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation was one of just 12 independent, free-market, state-focused think tanks around the nation. Its leaders could have met in someone’s garage.
Twenty-two years later, the movement has grown and flourishes. At the SPN annual conference in Denver last week (September 23-26) 900 attendees from 150 organizations representing all 50 states met to strategize approaches on free-market, limited government solutions to public policy.
If you haven’t heard of SPN, the think tanks’ “umbrella,” visit www.spn.org
to find out more. You can be sure the big-government, anti-free…