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Thanks to a generous matching grant from the Atlas Network, up to $5,000 in donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar, doubling the impact of your donation on our fight to bring transparency, accountability and free-market-based reforms to state and local economic development programs across the country.

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Founded in December 2018, The Center for Economic Accountability is incorporated as a Michigan nonprofit corporation (EIN 83-3122559), and our application for 501(c)(3) charitable status is under initial review by the Internal Revenue Service.

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