Center for Tax and Budget Accountability

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Center for Tax and Budget Accountability is a Chicago based public policy organization.

The Center was formed in 2000 to be a bipartisan, nonprofit research, and advocacy think tank that works across ideological lines to promote social and economic justice for everyone, from traditionally disadvantaged populations to the middle-class. Given how rancorous the current political environment is in our nation, the charge to design policy reform initiatives that were not only rigorous and evidence-based but would also bridge rather than reinforce ideological divides was both prescient—and crucial.[1]

Partner Organization of ProsperUS

Center for Tax and Budget Accountability is listed as a "Partner Organization" of ProsperUS,[2] a coalition of leftist groups formed during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic to demand massive government spending, including Joe Biden's "Build Back Better" spending bill.[3],[4],[5]

Board

As of 2014;[6]

Staff

As of 2014;[7]

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