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April 16, 2014
TLR PAC Press Release

(Austin, TX) A poll conducted earlier this week for Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC showed Mike Schofield in a commanding position to win the May 27th Run-Off for the House District 132 seat in Harris County.

April 10, 2014
TLR PAC Press Release

(Houston, TX) Texans for Lawsuit Reform Political Action Committee announced today that it is endorsing Sen. Dan Patrick in the May 27th Republican Run-Off Election for Lt. Governor.

April 10, 2014
TLR PAC Press Release

(Houston, TX) Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC asserted today that two political groups supporting Bret Griffin and opposing Patricia Grady for the 212th District Judgeship in the March 4 Primary Election violated Texas Ethics laws and ignored the Texas Judicial Campaign Finance Act expenditure limits. One group is registered as a political action committee (“PAC”) and appears to have made illegal expenditures. The second group (a fake PAC) failed to register but, if it had registered, its expenditures apparently also would have been illegal.

March 7, 2014
TLR PAC Press Release

(Austin, TX) TLRPAC Chairman Richard J. Trabulsi, Jr., issued this statement following the Republican Primary on Tuesday:

“Primary Election Day was a very good day for the civil justice system in Texas. Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht and Justices Phil Johnson and Jeff Brown each decisively defeated their challengers, all of whom were backed by personal injury trial lawyers...."

February 26, 2014
TLR PAC Press Release

(Austin, TX) Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC today called out Balance PAC for falsely reporting campaign contributions from candidates who did not, in fact, contribute to Balance PAC. TLRPAC also faulted Balance PAC for reporting in-kind contributions to several Republican candidates who have stated they never received anything of value from Balance PAC and had not received any notice or reporting from Balance PAC concerning the reported “contributions.” Balance PAC’s 8-Day report reveals what appears to be an effort to circumvent the Judicial Campaign Expenditure Limits.