Roe Award

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Roe Award
Sponsored byState Policy Network
DateAnnually since 1992 (1992)
Websitewww.spn.org/about/page/the-roe-awards

The Roe Award is an annual award given by the State Policy Network that "pays tribute to those in the state public policy movement whose achievements have greatly advanced the free market philosophy" and "recognizes leadership, innovation and accomplishment in public policy."[1] Established in 1992, it is named after the late founder of the State Policy Network, Thomas A. Roe, Jr.

Award recipients[edit]

Year Recipient Organization Location
2016 Clint Bolick[2] Arizona Supreme Court Nashville, Tennessee
2015 Whitney Ball Donors Trust and Donors Capital Fund Grand Rapids, Michigan
2014 Jeff Coors Golden Technologies Company Denver, Colorado
2013 Joe Lehman Mackinac Center for Public Policy Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2012 David R. Brown Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs and The Heritage Foundation Amelia Island, Florida
2011 John Tillman Illinois Policy Institute Seattle, Washington
2010 Tarren Bragdon Maine Heritage Policy Center Cleveland, Ohio
2009 Art Pope John William Pope Foundation Asheville, North Carolina
2008 Brooke Rollins Texas Public Policy Foundation Scottsdale, Arizona
2007 Kevin Gentry Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation Portland, Maine
2006 Darcy Olsen Goldwater Institute Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2005 Jon Caldara Independence Institute Charleston, South Carolina
2004 Sally Pipes Pacific Research Institute Austin, Texas
2003 Gisèle Huff Jaquelin Hume Foundation Seattle, Washington


2002 (Indianapolis, IN)

2001 (Boulder, CO)

2000 (St. Louis, MO)

1999 (Dallas, TX)

1998 (Atlanta, GA)

1997 (Tempe, AZ)

1996 (Minneapolis, MN)

1994 (Tampa, FL)

1993 (Traverse City, MI)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Roe Awards". State Policy Network. Retrieved 16 July 2015.
  2. ^ "State Policy Network Honors Arizona Supreme Court Justice with 2016 Roe Award". State Policy Network. Retrieved 30 November 2016.

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