Center for Individual Freedom

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The Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF) is an Alexandria, Virginia based U.S. nonprofit policy advocacy organization, founded on the principle of securing individual freedoms as embodied in the United States Constitution and state constitutions. It was founded in 1998. The Center seeks to focus public, legislative and judicial attention on the rule of law as embodied in the federal and state constitutions.

The group focuses on three activities: legal (litigation support), legislative (lobbying), and educational (publications and seminars). On its website CFIF says it "relies on private financial support from individuals, associations, foundations and corporations."

The Center for Individual Freedom is a member of the Townhall.com consortium [1].

The CFIF is involved with "strict constructionist" activities regarding judicial and legislative issues. The organization maintains Freedom Line, a Blog.

In the United States elections, 2010 CFIF spent $2.5 million supporting Republican candidates, and in the United States elections, 2012 it spent $1.9 million.[1]

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  1. ^ Stein, Sam (19 September 2012). "Center For Individual Freedom, Conservative Group, Spends Big Against House Dems". Huffington Post (HPMG News). Retrieved 5 August 2013. 

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