Larson’s legislative record could perhaps be categorized as “’Ethics Reform for thee, and none for me.”
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Despite the rhetoric and promises almost all of the components of ethics reform are languishing in the Texas House.
The first major item to pass the state’s upper chamber is genuine ethics reform legislation.
Both pieces of legislation are expected to be considered and passed by the full Texas Senate next week.
Taylor has the explicit backing of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Gov. Greg Abbott on the bill.
Will legislators stand with citizens, or will they cheat their own voters by pushing unconstitutional measures designed to avoid transparency for themselves?
Voters approved government ethics standards much higher than what’s required of Texas lawmakers and public employees. Legislators should take notice.
The Metroplex suburb is asking voters to approve sweeping ethics reform, which will hold its elected officials and employees to higher ethics and standards than state lawmakers.
What do legislators have to lose by passing Gov. Abbott’s ethics reform package?