Time for a Runoff

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Texans will soon have the chance to head back to the voting booth for statewide runoff elections on Tuesday, May 24 – and like all elections, it’s important that voters turn out to cast a ballot. But before you head to the polls, be sure to learn where your candidate stands on ongoing efforts to […]

TEXANS AGAINST LAWSUIT ABUSE URGE ATTORNEY GENERAL CANDIDATES TO PRIORITIZE TRANSPARENCY,

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OPEN ACCOUNTABILITY IN OFFICE AUSTIN, TEXAS–As voters prepare to return to the polls for the primary election run-off on May 24, Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse is calling on all candidates for Attorney General to prioritize transparency and open accountability in office. “At Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse, we’re heartened to see the American Tort Reform Association […]

Letter To The Editor on SB-6

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From the Southeast Texas Record By Robert Wood RE: Pandemic Liability Protection Act: Is SB 6 Working? Recent numbers pulled together by the Texas Civil Justice League from several sources show a new law providing COVID-19 civil liability protections for employers, health care providers, and non-profits following appropriate public health protocols is working. The Pandemic Liability Protection […]

Guest commentary: All Texas AG candidates should sign transparency pledge

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By John Smiley (republished from the Galveston County Daily News) With Texas voters heading to the polls again in May for primary runoff elections, transparency and open accountability should be top of mind for voters and a top priority for our elected officials. That’s especially true in the election of the state’s top lawyer and […]

The Polls are Open

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In our “It Starts With You” campaign, we say that preventing lawsuit abuse starts with you. The same is true for choosing candidates in the next election. The upcoming primary elections and the November general election provide opportunities for voters to elect leaders that understand the importance of lawsuit reform. We ask that you take […]