The Open Society Policy Center (OSPC) is a non-partisan and non-profit 501(c)(4) organization that engages in advocacy aimed at influencing U.S. government policy on domestic and international issues [...] (opensocietypolicycenter.org)
From their website: "The Open Society Policy Center (OSPC) is a non-partisan and non-profit 501(c)(4) organization that engages in advocacy aimed at influencing U.S. government policy on domestic and international issues, including civil rights and liberties, criminal justice reform, immigration, multilateralism, development assistance, health policy and promotion of human rights, transparency and accountability."
From their website: "The Open Society Policy Center supports constructive U.S. engagement in the world in order to promote human rights, democracy, and cooperative solutions to global problems. OSPC encourages Congress to appropriate sufficient U.S. foreign aid to combat global problems such as HIV/AIDS."
"The U.S. should adopt more effective, workable, and humane immigration policies. Simply increasing immigration enforcement in the absence of comprehensive reform raises serious concerns over fairness and due process. The Open Society Policy Center supports comprehensive immigration reform and targeted changes in U.S. immigration laws, such as the DREAM Act."
From their website: "OSPC works to end racial and ethnic profiling and opposes surveillance policies that undermine Constitutional rights protections."
A leaked document recently revealed that George Soros’ Open Society Policy Center (OSPC), wanted to give $1.5 million to Planned Parenthood for damage control after videos exposed that the abortion giant was trafficking aborted baby parts in the name of research. More leaked documents confirm that the center not only requested, but also received the money.
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