Tag Archives: Texas Ethics Commission
After a decade spent trying to remake Texas politics, the right-wing enforcement group has achieved nothing interesting or notable with Tim Dunn’s money.
Earlier this decade, there was no more interesting subplot in Texas politics than the Republican Civil War, a somewhat grandiose name for the discomfort the tea...Read More
"A little confusing, I know, sir, but actually we're here prosecuting fraud...not engaging in it..."...Read More
Ben Sargent's Loon Star State: Attorney General Ken Paxton has opted to play the part of culture warrior rather than the state’s top legal authority. ...Read More
The Texas Legislature has a new approach to ethics: Leave it to the locals!...Read More
Conservative dark money kingmaker Michael Quinn Sullivan's war against the Texas Ethics Commission faced another setback today....Read More
The Republican kingmaker has had a bad couple of days in front of the state’s Ethics Commission—but will it stick?
For years, Michael Quinn Sullivan has used his talents to shape Texas politics—but confronted by the Ethics Commission on two fronts, is his power in decline?...Read More
A sunset bill for the Texas Ethics Commission tentatively passed through the House Monday evening, with a few ethics reform bills tacked on as amendments....Read More