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Capitol Weekly, April 18, 2017

California is renowned for trailblazing some of the nation’s most stringent transparency and disclosure laws. We have the Brown Act, which requires local governments to be transparent about meetings and actions. In many cases, governmental worker and salary history is published. We have transparency in supply chains, designed to help root out human trafficking. In general, California can truly be called the Sunshine State.

Southeast Texas Record, April 18, 2017

AUSTIN – A Texas tort reform group found information in its report all too familiar but it's likely news to the every-day Texan, a spokesperson for the group said during a recent interview.

San Antonio Express News, April 17, 2017

In reluctant testimony, a state district judge said it was “chilling” to hear District Attorney Nico LaHood threaten to destroy the practices of defense attorneys during a heated exchange in her chambers in February.

Wall Street Journal, April 14, 2017

Plaintiffs’ lawyers have long solicited clients through television advertisements that warn of a drug’s potentially harmful side effects.

Texas Lawyer, April 13, 2017

Here's a political riddle: What does Republican U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina have in common with Democratic-leaning plaintiff lawyers, including Lisa Blue, Mikal Watts, Bob Hilliard and Wayne Fisher?

Southeast Texas Record, April 10, 2017

AUSTIN – Since 2003, there’s been at least one issue nearly all Texas Republicans could unite behind – tort reform.

Fox News, April 10, 2017

Judge Neil Gorsuch took the first of two oaths to be sworn in as the newest Supreme Court justice Monday, having survived a grueling confirmation process where he faced Democrats still angry over Republicans' blockade of former President Barack Obama's nominee last year.

Austin American Statesman, April 7, 2017

First we get hit with high-intensity storms that pummeled parts of our state this past week with large hail. Next, we get soaked by storm-chasing personal injury lawyers looking to line their pockets.

Houston Chronicle, April 4, 2017

AUSTIN - The House Insurance Committee approved a hotly contested bill on Tuesday that supporters say will protect homeowners and business policyholders from the detrimental effects of unnecessary lawsuits over hail and other storms.