ALEC’s national Task Forces serve as public-policy laboratories where legislators develop model policies to use across the country. The nine Task Forces commission research, publish issue papers, convene workshops and issue alerts, and serve as clearinghouses of information on free market policies in the states.
Unique to ALEC Task Forces is the public-private partnership, a synergistic alliance that identifies issues and then responds with common sense, results-oriented policies. Legislators welcome their private sector counterparts to the table as equals, working in unison to solve the challenges facing our nation.
The centerpiece to the Task Forces is ALEC’s model policy. To date, ALEC has considered, written, and approved hundreds of model policies, resolutions, and policy statements. To learn more about one of our nine Task Forces, contact any of our Task Force Directors.
Public Chair: Senator Brian Kelsey, Tennessee
Private Chair: Victor Schwartz, Esq., Shook, Hardy & Bacon, L.L.P.
Public Chair: Representative Dawn Pettengill, Iowa
Private Chair: Frank Morris, UPS
Public Chair: Representative Garry Smith, South Carolina
Private Chair: Rick Cimerman, National Cable and Telecommunications
Public Chair: Representative Howard Stephenson, Utah
Private Chair: Jonathan Butcher, Goldwater Institute
Public Chair: Representative David Reis, Illinois
Private Chair: Paul Loeffelman, American Electric Power
Public Chair: Representative Gene Whisnant, Oregon
Private Chair: Lorenzo Montanari, Americans for Tax Reform
Public Chair: Senator Judson Hill, Georgia
Private Chair: John Schlatter, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, U.S.A.
Private Chair: Stacie Rumenap, Stop Child Predators
Public Sector: Representative Lisa Billy, Oklahoma
Public Chair: Representative Ken Weyler, New Hampshire
Private Chair: Amanda Klump, Altria