Articles tagged: Texans for Public Justice
After reporting from the Observer, two Texas lobbyists updated years of disclosures that show they had worked for Handy, “the Uber for Home Services,” to change state labor regulations.
by Justin Miller April 3, 2019 Silicon Valley startups fancy themselves bold disruptors of the status quo. As the mantra goes: Move fast and break things. But f...Read More
Campaign finance reports suggest some donors are quietly rethinking their support of embroiled attorney general Ken Paxton even as top GOP leaders stay mum....Read More
Compounding pharmacies' interests run far deeper than secrecy over the lethal injection drug supply.
Compounding pharmacies are suddenly taking an interest in big-name politicians like Greg Abbott, as they face tough new regulations and controversy over supplyi...Read More
(*But were afraid to ask)
Rick Perry is suddenly in hot water over his effort to strip funding from the state's Public Integrity Unit last year. Here's what you need to know....Read More
Texas Comptroller Susan Combs has approved $1.2 billion in tax breaks to her campaign contributors since 2006, according to the Austin-based nonprofit Texans fo...Read More
Former legislators don't die, they come back as lobbyists quicker than you can say cha-ching! Today's profile in reincarnation is former state Rep. Vicki Truitt...Read More