We’re Nominated! Cast your vote for PRI today! – Pacific Research Institute

We’re Nominated! Cast your vote for PRI today!


PRI has been nominated for two prestigious national awards –
and we need your help to win!

State Policy Network has recognized PRI with nominations for two awards, recognizing our successes in stopping destructive policies from Sacramento that would take away our freedoms, and promoting market-based reforms that would improve the quality of life for all Californians.


Click below to cast your vote to help PRI bring the trophies home!

Promoting free-market environmental policies and educational freedom

PRI’s team is a Communications Excellence Award nominee for receiving a “bold brand boost” from two major items in our policy agenda – showing how market-based reforms can expand school choice options (through Lance Izumi’s book The Homeschool Boom), and how reforming state environmental regulations could remove roadblocks adding time and expense to housing, school, infrastructure and climate change projects (through The CEQA Gauntlet study).


Stopping Sacramento single-payer health care legislation

PRI President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy Sally C. Pipes is a Bob Williams Award finalist for securing the year’s “biggest win.” Through op-eds, media interviews, speeches, and meetings with lawmakers, Pipes educated Californians what a single-payer health care scheme would mean for them – and legislators listened!


Voting runs from July 21 through August 5.   Anyone can vote for PRI in the Communications Excellence Awards by clicking this link, while voting for the Bob Williams Awards is restricted to registered attendees of the SPN Annual Meeting.  Awards will be handed out at the SPN Annual Meeting in Atlanta in September.


Thank you for your help in voting for PRI for these important awards!

Nothing contained in this blog is to be construed as necessarily reflecting the views of the Pacific Research Institute or as an attempt to thwart or aid the passage of any legislation.

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