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'''Center for Tax and Budget Accountability''' is a [[Chicago]] based public policy organization.
 
'''Center for Tax and Budget Accountability''' is a [[Chicago]] based public policy organization.
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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.<ref>[http://www.ctbaonline.org/about/about-ctba, ABOUT CTBA]</ref>
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==Partner Organization of ProsperUS==
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is listed as a "Partner Organization" of [[ProsperUS]],<ref>[https://www.prosperus.org/about About (accessed November 21, 2021)]</ref> 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.<ref>[https://www.prosperus.org/media/prosperus-urges-swift-passage-of-build-back-better-act-lhs6z ProsperUS Praises House Passage of Build Back Better Bill, Calls for Speedy Senate Passage, No Additional Cuts (accessed November 21, 2021)]</ref>,<ref>[https://www.prosperus.org/media/prosperus-urges-swift-passage-of-build-back-better-act ProsperUS Urges Swift Passage of Build Back Better Act (accessed November 21, 2021)]</ref>,<ref>[https://www.prosperus.org/media/prosperus-coalition-historic-build-back-better-deal-clear-rejection-of-trickle-down-economics ProsperUS Coalition: Historic Build Back Better Deal Clear Rejection of Trickle-Down Economics, Big Win for Workers, Families, and Economy (accessed November 21, 2021)]</ref>
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==Board==
 
==Board==
  
 
As of 2014;<ref>[http://www.ctbaonline.org/about/board-members, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, Board]</ref>
 
As of 2014;<ref>[http://www.ctbaonline.org/about/board-members, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, Board]</ref>
 
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*[[Les F. Bond, Jr.]]
 
*[[Les F. Bond, Jr.]]
 
*[[David Bonnette]]
 
*[[David Bonnette]]
 
*[[John Cameron]]
 
*[[John Cameron]]
*[[Michael T. Carrigan]]
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*[[Michael Carrigan]]
 
*[[James P. Greene]]
 
*[[James P. Greene]]
*[[Jonathan Jackson]]
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*[[Jonathan Jackson (Chicago)|Jonathan Jackson]]
 
*[[Robin Kelly]]
 
*[[Robin Kelly]]
 
*[[Carlene Lutz]]
 
*[[Carlene Lutz]]
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*[[Stephen B. Schnorf]]
 
*[[Stephen B. Schnorf]]
 
*[[Jean Sussman]]
 
*[[Jean Sussman]]
*[[Marleis Trover]]
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*[[Marleis Trover]]</div>
  
 
==Staff==
 
==Staff==
  
 
As of 2014;<ref>[http://www.ctbaonline.org/about/ctba-staff, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, Staff]</ref>
 
As of 2014;<ref>[http://www.ctbaonline.org/about/ctba-staff, Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, Staff]</ref>
 
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*[[Ralph Martire]] - Executive Director
 
*[[Ralph Martire]] - Executive Director
 
*[[Tracy  Schonberger]] - Administrative Director
 
*[[Tracy  Schonberger]] - Administrative Director
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*[[Bobby Otter]] - Budget Director
 
*[[Bobby Otter]] - Budget Director
 
*[[Amanda Kass]] - Research Director
 
*[[Amanda Kass]] - Research Director
*[[Deborah Olaleye]] - Research Associate
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*[[Deborah Olaleye]] - Research Associate</div>
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 22:17, 21 November 2021

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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]

References