Timeline of Cato Institute

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This is a timeline of Cato Institute.

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1974 December 19 The articles of incorporation of The Charles Koch Foundation, Inc. is approved in Kansas.[1][2]
1976 July 28 The amendment to the articles of incorporation, to change the name of the organization from "The Charles Koch Foundation, Inc." to "Cato Institute", is approved in Kansas.[1][2]
1977 Inquiry Magazine is founded at the Cato Institute.
1978 The Cato Institute launches its Summer Seminar in Political Economy.[3]
1979 The Cato Institute launches the newsletter Policy Report.[3]:12
1981 The Cato Journal launches.
1989 The Cato Institute acquires Regulation, the magazine-turned-periodical started by the American Enterprise Institute.[4]
1989 The Cato Institute establishes its Center for Constitutional Studies.[3][5]
1995 February 22 The cato.org domain name is registered.[6]
1996 November 11 The libertarianism.org domain name is registered.[7]
1998 May 26 The elcato.org domain name is registered.[8]
1998 May 29 The Cato Institute announces the launch of its Spanish-language website, El Cato en Español.[9]
2005 October 7 The cato-unbound.org domain name is registered.[10]
2005 December The first issue of Cato Unbound, a web-only debate platform of the Cato Institute, is published.[11]
2007 December 27 The downsizinggovernment.org domain name is registered.[12]
2008 July 15 The Cato Institute Twitter account, CatoInstitute, is created.[13]
2009 September 8 The policemisconduct.net domain name is registered.[14]
2010 August 23 Brink Lindsey leaves the Cato Institute for a position at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.[15]
2010 September 15 Will Wilkinson leaves the Cato Institute.[16][17][18]
2011 April 3 The humanprogress.org domain name is registered.[19]
2012 June 25 Charles and David Koch announce that they are close to settling the lawsuits over ownership of the Cato Institute.[20]
2012 October Ed Crane steps down as President and CEO of Cato Institute.[21]
2012 October John A. Allison IV becomes the President and CEO of Cato Institute.[22]
2013 April 26 Walter Olson announces that Overlawyered is now affiliated with the Cato Institute.[23]
2014 October 6 The alt-m.org domain name is registered.[24]
2015 April 1 Peter Goettler becomes the new President and CEO of Cato Institute.[25][26]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Articles of incorporation: Cato Institute and Charles Koch Foundation". Archived from the original on March 15, 2012. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Restated articles of incorporation: Cato Institute" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on February 28, 2014. Retrieved August 24, 2017. The name of the corporation is CATO INSTITUTE and the name under which the corporation was originally incorporated is The Charles Koch Foundation, Inc. Its original Articles of Incorporation were filed with the Secretary of State of Kansas on December 19, 1974. Under date of December 10, 1975 a change of registered agent was filed. On July 28, 1976 an amendment was filed in the office of the Secretary of State whereby the name of the corporation was changed to Cato Institute. Thereafter, on March 14, 1977 an amendment was filed with the Secretary of State whereby Articles FOURTH and SEVENTH were changed, and on September 9, 1991 the registered agent of the corporation was changed to H. Allan Caldwell. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "25 years at the Cato Institute: The 2001 Annual Report" (PDF). Cato Institute. 2001. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  4. William A. Niskanen (2002). "A Retrospective" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on February 7, 2006. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  5. "Center for Constitutional Studies". Cato Institute. Retrieved August 25, 2017. 
  6. "Showing results for: CATO.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 1995-02-22T05:00:00Z 
  7. "Showing results for: LIBERTARIANISM.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 1996-11-11T05:00:00Z 
  8. "Showing results for: ELCATO.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 1998-05-26T04:00:00Z 
  9. "What's New at Cato". Retrieved August 25, 2017. 
  10. "Showing results for: CATO-UNBOUND.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 2005-10-07T20:46:24Z 
  11. "December 2005: The Living Constitution: Amendments for the 21st Century". Cato Unbound. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  12. "Showing results for: DOWNSIZINGGOVERNMENT.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 2007-12-27T16:18:50Z 
  13. "Cato Institute (@CatoInstitute)". Twitter. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  14. "Showing results for: policemisconduct.net". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 2009-09-08T18:56:13Z 
  15. Will Wilkinson (August 23, 2010). "The Liberaltarian Diaspora". Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  16. David Weigel (August 23, 2020). "A Purge at the Cato Institute?". Slate Magazine. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  17. Ilya Somin (August 24, 2010). "The Cato Institute's Supposed "Purge" of the Liberaltarians". The Volokh Conspiracy. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  18. Arnold Kling. "Brink Lindsey, Will Wilkinson". EconLog. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  19. "Showing results for: HUMANPROGRESS.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 2011-04-03T15:35:13Z 
  20. John Hanna (June 25, 2012). "Kochs, Cato Institute ready to end lawsuits". U.S. News & World Report. Retrieved August 25, 2017. 
  21. "Edward H. Crane". Cato Institute. Retrieved August 25, 2017. 
  22. "John A. Allison". Cato Institute. Retrieved August 25, 2017. Allison was president and CEO of the Cato Institute from October 2012 to April 2015. 
  23. Walter Olson (April 26, 2013). "Overlawyered: now a Cato Institute blog". Overlawyered. Retrieved August 24, 2017. 
  24. "Showing results for: ALT-M.ORG". ICANN WHOIS. Retrieved August 24, 2017. Creation Date: 2014-10-06T22:42:42Z 
  25. "Cato Institute Announces New CEO". Cato Institute. March 30, 2015. Retrieved August 25, 2017. 
  26. "Peter Goettler". Cato Institute. Retrieved August 25, 2017. Peter Goettler joined the Cato Institute as President and CEO in April, 2015.