“To a ‘value investor’ like me, the TLR PAC value proposition is irresistible. The statewide team of thousands of dedicated and I might add highly effective volunteers could not be duplicated for fifty times what TLR PAC actually spends. Call it value or call it more bang for the buck, TLR PAC is a great investment in the future of Texas.”
Frederick E. “Shad” Rowe, Texans for Lawsuit Reform Executive Committee Member
December 2010 Advocate: A Sweeping Victory for Lawsuit Reform
The November 2nd elections in Texas were not only traditional partisan contests, but also a reflection of the continuing battle to maintain and improve the successful lawsuit reforms of the last fifteen years, which have helped make Texas the best state in the nation in which to start or grow a business and create jobs. A handful of personal injury trial lawyers spent millions of dollars in a futile effort to elect legislators who would roll back or diminish tort reform. One trial lawyer, Steve Mostyn, put in nearly ten million dollars of his own money to influence Texas elections in this cycle. In contrast, the funding for TLR PAC, and therefore for the candidates we support, comes from scores of different professions and occupations, including homemakers, consultants, retailers, ranchers, farmers, manufacturers, miners, developers, entrepreneurs, physicians, lawyers, accountants … and the list goes on. Read more...
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