SPONSORED: CSPR launches new website

CSPR, Common Sense Policy Roundtable

The Common Sense Policy Roundtable (CSPR), a Colorado based free-enterprise think tank, has kicked off the new year with a new website.

“Our mission is to research and promote common sense solutions for economic issues facing Colorado,” said CSPR Policy & Research Director Chris Brown. “We want to be a fact-based resource for thoughtful debate. Our new website is a critical tool for achieving that goal.”

The site will be a one-stop shop for those seeking information on important policy issues facing the state of Colorado.

“Through our broad research and application of a dynamic economic simulation model we can help inform the debate and determine, with independent analysis, the short and long-term costs, benefits, positives and negatives of major public policy initiatives,” Brown said.

Visit the new CSPR site at www.commonsensepolicyroundtable.org

In the last six years, CSPR has become one of the most reliable and trusted sources of information and economic policy insights in Colorado. CSPR studies have ignited debate and innovative policy solutions to issues ranging from affordable housing to education to energy.

“The future of Colorado is bright. To maintain and grow our robust economy, we owe it to ourselves and the people of this great state to offer fact-based research, thoughtful conversations, and sound fiscal policy,” said Earl Wright, Chairman of the Board.

About CSPR: Common Sense Policy Roundtable (CSPR) is a non-profit free-enterprise think tank dedicated to the protection and promotion of Colorado’s economy. CSPR   actively follows job and economic development legislation and public policy initiatives.


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