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Eva DeLuna Castro

Budget Analyst

Center for Public Policy Priorities

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Center for Public Policy Priorities

900 Lydia St.

Austin, Texas,78702

United States

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CPPP educates the community about the challenges facing low- and moderate-income Texans, and all of us. We host a variety of public education events throughout the year, as well as speaking at community events across the state. "Road to a BETTER TEXAS" is CP... more.

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Board of Directors 2017 | Workers Defense Project

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Eva DeLuna Castro, Treasurer
Eva works as the Texas Program Director at the Center for Public Policy Priorities. Eva joined the Center in 1998 and focuses on state budget issues. Before coming to the Center, she was an Analyst for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, researching various policy issues related to state revenue and spending. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Literature, cum laude, from Harvard University in 1988 and a Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin in 1997. Eva brings a refined knowledge of finance and the experience of being an immigrant herself.


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Eva DeLuna Castro
Eva DeLuna Castro Research Committee Eva DeLuna Castro is a Senior Budget Analyst with the Center for Public Policy Priorities, focusing on state budget issues. Before coming to the center, she was an Analyst for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, researching various policy issues related to state revenue and spending. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Literature, cum laude, from Harvard University in 1988 and a Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin in 1997.


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Bruce Lesley of First Focus and Anne Dunkelberg and Eva DeLuna Castro of the Center for Public Policy and Priorities were quoted in the article highlighting the need to continue to work to educate individuals on the benefits of expansion to build support.


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Eva DeLuna Castro | Invest In Texas Program Director
Eva DeLuna Castro joined the Center in 1998 and focuses on state budget issues. Before coming to the Center, she was an Analyst for the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, researching various policy issues related to state revenue and spending. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Literature, cum laude, from Harvard University in 1988 and a Master of Public Affairs from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin in 1997.


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Eva De Luna Castro, a longtime budget analyst with the Center for Public Policy Priorities, a policy organization that takes a more liberal stance on social services and spending than Heflin's group, said the directed cuts have become a way for state officials to dampen expectations going into a budget-writing year.
It also "helps make room for other priorities that they may put at the top of their budget proposals," she said. "They're doing it more because they are worried that the next session is going to be tough," Castro said.


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