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Our Members - Crosspartisan Think Tanks

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Society benefits tremendously when crosspartisan thought leaders work dedicate their time and energy to researching society's issues and proposing innovative solutions. These members play a critical role in developing the ideas that power the revitalization movement.

  • ASBC is a network of businesses and business associations that have committed themselves to the triple bottom line of People, Planet, and Profit.  Members believe that sustainable business is good business, and a sustainable economy is a prosperous and resilient one

  • The Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress's mission is to apply the lessons of history to today’s political challenges; develop strategic policy solutions by convening representatives from government, academia, and the private sector; and educate the next generation of leaders. 

  • Common Good is a nonpartisan reform coalition that offers Americans a new way to look at law and government. We propose practical, bold ideas to restore common sense to all three branches of government based on the principles of individual freedom, responsibility and accountability. 

  • A national non-profit that convenes leaders with diverse or conflicting views to build trust, identify solutions, and form alliances for action on critical national issues achieving outcomes through facilitated dialogue and long-term relationship building. 

  • Future500 envisions a world that realizes sustainable economic growth by addressing social and environmental externalities with market-based solutions. They collaborate on broad systemic change finding that uncommon ideas can reveal uncommon solutions.

  • Issue One is a nonpartisan, nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to political reform and government ethics in order to strengthen democracy and return government to the American people. 

  • R Street Institute's nonpartisan researchers work with policymakers to reform Congress, and to restructure energy, criminal justice, national security, technology, and financial service policies to make them more efficient and effective.