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My mentor & CPPP Board Member, Jim Hine

My mentor & CPPP Board Member, Jim Hine

1. The  Center for Public Policy Priorities focuses solely on evaluating public policy as it affects low- and moderate-income Texans.

2. They neither support nor oppose any political party or candidate for office.

3. They provide timely, accessible, credible research.

And at last year’s CPPP Legacy Luncheon, I took their pledge to heart (and wallet):

Every one of us deserves a fighting chance to realize our full potential, pursue our biggest dreams, and live a better life—regardless of income or zip code. When too many of us live in poverty, have no health care, and live with hunger, things have to change.”

Please consider donating to this organization today and join me in #Amplifying Austin!