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The Constitution Project Annual Report 2011
TCP marks its fifteenth year in 2012 and it is with pride that we look back on the many challenges we have faced head-on during that time. This past year was no exception, as we continued to fight to safeguard America’s founding charter. In 2011, we issued two major reports, sponsored and participated in numerous public education events, filed several groundbreaking amicus curiae briefs, and worked with policymakers at the federal and state level to protect the rule of law and reform our criminal justice system. Whether you are a longtime supporter of TCP’s mission or you are new to our cause, we hope that you will take a moment to read our latest annual report and learn more about the highlights of 2011 and our ongoing initiatives.
The Constitution Project Annual Report 2010
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