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2021: A Year in Review
As 2021 winds down, I wanted to take a few minutes to reflect on the Policy Simulation Library’s efforts over the past year. With an amazing community of contributors, supporters, and users, PSL has been able to make a real impact in 2021....
Published on December 31, 2021 by Jason DeBacker
The Policy Simulation Library (PSL) is a collection of models and other software for public-policy decisionmaking. PSL is developed by independent projects that meet standards for transparency and accessibility. The PSL community encourages collaborative contribution and makes the tools it develops accessible to a diverse group of users.
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