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Policy Experts
Senior advisor, economics, American Principles Project
Economics Department Chair, Florida State University
Dean, School of Business at Barton College
President, MISI
South Methodist University, Law Professor
Professor of Economics, Ball State University
Chairman, Department of Economics, George Mason University
Policy Advisor, The Heartland Institute
Policy Advisor, Education
Director of Policy, Beacon Center of Tennessee
Professor, Kennesaw State University
CEO, Institute for Energy Research
Author, "Mirrors and Mazes"
Professor of Law and Director of Research, the Health Law Institute at DePaul University
Professor, Ferris State University
President, Citizens' Council for Health Freedom
Professor of Economics (emeritus), Marquette University
Professor, School of Law, Yeshiva University
Silicon Valley Author
Statistical Consultant, New York Methodist Hospital; wmbriggs.com
Executive Director, The Ayn Rand Institute
Chief Economist and Vice President of Research, FreedomWorks
Oregon Coast Dermatology, Founder
District Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension Service Agent, Mat-Su/Copper River Districts of Alaska
Attorney, The Law Office of Josh Brown, LLC
Vice President, School Choice Wisconsin
Foundation Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law
National Director, Madison Coalition
Senior Fellow and Managing Editor, Environment & Climate News
Co-founder, Missouri Coalition Against Common Core
Partner, Carstens & Cahoon, LLP
President, Green Hill Publishers and Jameson Books
Associate Professor of Economics, Samford University
Carlin Economics and Science
Senior Fellow of The Heartland Institute
Founder, The National Anxiety Center
Managing Director, WindRock Wealth Management
Professor of Economics, Salisbury University
Professor of Economics, Valencia College

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