Ill. Policy Institute: John Tillman Wins the Roe Award‏

From the Illinois Policy Institute…

Last week in Seattle, I had the pleasure of watching John Tillman accept the Roe Award at the State Policy Networks’s annual meeting. The Roe Award pays tribute to those in the state public policy movement whose achievements have greatly advanced the free market philosophy.

The activities and impact recognized by the Roe Award were truly a team effort. That team is made up not only of our top-notch staff but also the donors who underwrite our work and the liberty leaders who champion the changes that will lead to a better Illinois.

That team includes you. Thank you for helping the Institute’s work take flight by reading our research, forwarding innovative ideas to friends and family and demanding that elected leaders embrace policies built upon liberty and respect for the individual.

Together, we can keep changing hearts, minds and laws.


Kristina Rasmussen
Executive Vice President
Illinois Policy Institute

Fall Internships with the Illinois Policy Institute
We are sad to see our summer interns go (watch the video above for a profile of their experience). They did some amazing work this summer. For more information about the Milton Friedman Internship and how to apply, click here.

Illinois lost the most jobs in the nation in the month of July – and has lost jobs each month since the January tax hike. The Institute’s report on this was featured on the Drudge Report Tuesday night and instantly flooded our website with tens of thousands of visitors. click here.

Lunch Discussion on the Federal Budget
Join the Illinois Policy Institute and the Mercatus Center on Tuesday, Sept. 13, for a lunch and discussion on the systematic problems of the federal budget and ways to help Congress bring fiscal responsibility to Washington. The event will take place from 12-1:30 p.m. at Gibson’s Steakhouse in Chicago. To

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