Mississippi Center for Public Policy
520 George Street
Jackson, MS 39202
(601)969-1600 - fax
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At the Mississippi Center for Public Policy, we believe the legitimate power of government begins and ends with the people, and the more information in the hands of citizens, the better we can govern! To learn more about our organization, visit www.mspolicy.org.

Mississippi Center for Public Policy (MCPP) is an independent, non-profit, public policy organization based in Jackson, MS. MCPP works to promote and protect the concepts of free markets, limited government, and strong traditional families.

MCPP is an independent organization, but it is a member of the State Policy Network, which is comprised of more than 40 state-based think tanks around the country that approach issues from a limited government and free-market perspective. MCPP is also informally associated with "family policy councils" in more than 30 states which approach issues based on their impact on the traditional family.

MCPP is supported by voluntary, tax-deductible contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations. MCPP does not seek or accept funding from government sources for its projects or programs.