CALA in the News
It's gratifying to see that several Texas cities are once again being recognized for their economic resilience and recovery. This latest honor from the Brookings Institution is timely, given that the next legislative session is around the corner, ...Read More
Roger Borgelt, chairman of the board of CALA of Central Texas, left, presents a $1,000 check to Adrian Gonzales, right, winner of the Personal Responsibility Essay Contest.Read More
Congratulations are due U.S. Rep.-elect Blake Farenthold, state Reps.-elect Connie Scott and Raul Torres, and the rest of Tuesdayâ€™s incumbent removers. The Nueces County Republican Party ran an organized, successful campaign.Read More
Every political season we watch the flurry of TV ads and hope the people who end up in office understand our lives, appreciate our values and will stand up for our beliefs. We can all head to the ballot box, cast our votes and do our part to be su...Read More
As U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack plans her impending retirement in June 2011, local and national tort reform groups praise the impact she had behind the bench during her 17 year career as a federal judge.Read More
Texas legal watchdog groups have launched a new voter education web page and are urging voters to find out where candidates stand on lawsuit reform.Read More
Project Lawsuit Abuse is an online forum to discuss one of the biggest problems ailing our economy and health care system: lawsuit abuse.