Ethics reform was a headlining initiative of Gov. Greg Abbott’s at the start of the session, but with a week to go, reform’s prospects look … complicated.
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Robert Nichols was the sixth most conservative in the Senate last year. But an attack site that surfaced in the last two weeks says he’s a liberal.
Today, Dan Patrick announced the creation of six advisory boards, filled with businesspeople, to guide Senate policy. You’ll never guess who’s on them.
The election to replace Robert Duncan seems unlikely to produce the reddest kind of right-wing bomb thrower—but it’s still a chamber where every ego counts.
Things are getting heated in House District 58, where Philip Eby’s supporters are learning a little something from his warrior spirit.
But one thing everyone should be able to agree on is that conservative activist Michael Quinn Sullivan is horrible at math. Twice in the past month, Sullivan’s been thoroughly busted on the widely disseminated, but bogus, numbers that he uses to convince credulous tea partiers and lawmakers that Texas is a profligate spender.