Progressive States Network
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The Progressive States Network, previously known as PLAN (Progressive Legislative Action Network), is an organisation dedicated to passing progressive legislation at the state level in the United States. It was formed in 2005 to counter the American Legislative Exchange Council. Its strategy is to provide resources to state legislators who support their causes. Joel Barkin is the executive director of the Progressive States Network.
- Cole, Michelle (May 26, 2012). "ALEC gains foothold in Oregon, with one-fourth of legislators as members". The Oregonian.
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