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TCCRI was founded in 1996 by conservative leaders determined to implement conservative public policies in state government. TCCRI has distinguished itself as a leading state-based think tank and has been very successful in living up to its mission of shaping public policy through a principled approach to government. Its research reports, Task Forces, and policy summits have been instrumental in generating proposals that are shaping Texas government and influencing a new generation of conservative leadership.

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TCCRI SUBMITS WRITTEN TESTIMONY ON HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEES

The House Select Committee on Protecting Texas LNG Exports met to discuss how the state may respond to the Biden Administration’s moratorium on liquified natural gas (LNG) exports. TCCRI's written testimony discusses the importance of LNG exports to the state's economy, the negative impacts of the LNG export pause, and the considerations that should be taken into account by lawmakers seeking to remedy the issue.

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The House Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies recently met to discuss how Texas can respond to the rapidly changing tech landscape. TCCRI's written testimony on the matter discusses several early and ongoing attempts to regulate AI, the considerations that should be taken into account by lawmakers seeking to regulate AI, as well as providing recommendations on crafting AI legislation. 

TCCRI is cultivating the next generation of conservative leaders through the Clements Legislative Study Program. TCCRI is recruiting interested students for the 2025 legislative session. Submit your resume through the following link.

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