“This isn’t that different from what they were told two years ago, and it ended up being pretty devastating,” said Eva DeLuna Castro, budget analyst for the center-left Center for Public Policy Priorities.
You'll struggle to find a policy think-tank further to the left of the CPPP. It's a Colorado Model Progressive think-tank with strongly stated leftist goals.
I say this not as a policy judgement, but as a counterbalance to some dodgy identification by a MSM outlet. I wonder if Garrett and the DMN would consider the Heritage Foundation to be "center-right"? Because CPPP is at least as far to the left as HF is to the right, if not slightly more so.