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The Hillwatch Public Policy Resource Centre is a free and open directory for all points of political view. We make it easy for decision-makers, media and the politically interested to find useful public policy content generated by governments, interest groups, associations, coalitions, not-for-profit organizations, think tanks and corporations.
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