AUSTIN, Texas – In response to increased demands for research and availability by the state’s elected leaders, the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s president, Brooke Leslie Rollins, announced today the organization is moving its operations and offices to Austin.

“The Foundation has maintained an Austin office for several years, but this move will ensure policy makers and opinion leaders have greater access to our research and experts on a timely basis,” said Rollins. “It will also help us reduce operational expenses so we can dedicate even more of our resources to providing the intellectual ammunition for a better Texas.”

Rollins noted that the move to Austin from San Antonio will be complete at the end of June.

The Foundation’s new physical mailing address is:     411 Brazos St., Ste. 99     Austin, TX 78701

Last month, the Foundation unveiled its new website,

Founded in 1989, the Foundation is Texas’ only free-market research think tank examining issues facing state and local government. A non-profit, non-partisan research institute, the Foundation is guided by the core principles of limited government, free enterprise, private property rights, and individual liberty and responsibility.