Kati Siconolfi serves as Legislative Manager for the ALEC Center for State Fiscal Reform, where she works with state lawmakers, policy experts and business leaders to develop free-market solutions to state fiscal challenges. Some of her past work includes writing and editing for more than a dozen ALEC publications on fiscal reform, including Rich States, Poor States: ALEC- Laffer State Economic Competitiveness Index. As a former New Yorker, Kati knows firsthand that limited government, federalism and free-market policies provide the best economic opportunities.
Prior to joining ALEC in 2010, Kati completed internships with a variety of organizations and leaders that advance limited government and free markets, including the Heritage Foundation and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. Originally from Rochester, NY, she graduated magna cum laude from Messiah College in Harrisburg, PA., with a B.A. in Public Relations.
Besides advancing economic freedom, Kati also enjoys exploring new restaurants in D.C., sailing in Lake Ontario with her family, volunteering with her church and binge-watching Seinfeld episodes.
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Pensions are a valuable non-wage benefit that a large majority of state and local governments offer their employees as part of their compensation packages. With approximately $3.8 trillion in total …
This report observes and analyzes the economic policy proposals discussed in each governor’s State of the State address.
The 2015 legislative session featured a notable number of states achieving tax relief and tax reform for their citizens. Pro-growth tax reform was a key theme throughout the 2015 legislative …
Fourteen states cut cut taxes in the 2014 legislative year, with a trend of traditionally blue states cutting taxes, according to a new report by the Center for State Fiscal …