EVENT

2020 TCCRI POLICY SUMMIT

"MAINTAINING THE TEXAS MIRACLE"

FEATURING

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR DAN PATRICK

AND

THE HONORABLE
KARL ROVE

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TCCRI builds its policy research and development efforts around the organization’s highly successful Task Force model. This model brings together legislators and other public and private sector leaders to discuss the most critical policy issues facing the state. 

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TCCRI was founded in 1996 by conservative leaders determined to implement conservative public policies in state government. The organization was inspired by the success of the Texas Conservative Coalition (the conservative caucus in the Texas Legislature) that has served as a resource for information and public policy strategies for Texas legislators since 1985.

Commentary and opinion from TCCRI's Policy Experts

Espinoza Decision a Major Victory for School Choice and the Free Exercise of Religion

4th Of July Message

Austin’s New Abortion Contract Undermines the Spirit of State Law

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Deep Dives into Public Policy Issues Facing Texas

TCCRI Statement on Railroad Commission's Decision on Proration

TCCRI Statement on Governor Greg Abbott Reopening the Texas Economy

Comments to the Texas Transportation Commission and the Texas Department of Transportation on the 2020 Unified Transportation Program

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