Governments in Texas not only use taxpayer funds to hire outside lobbying firms, they also pay dues to third-party associations […]
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Taxpayers are not only forced to fund their political opposition—they’re forced to subsidize the political views of private organizations.
Sadly, taxpayers are forced to fund government lobbyists that fight against property tax reform and other pro-taxpayer causes.
During the special session, Abbott has asked lawmakers to pass pre-emption legislation on texting while driving, tree trimming, and property development.
Local city officials should not be allowed to force themselves onto powerless taxpayers who didn’t elect them.
The defeat of Laredo’s bag ban will likely nullify other ordinances across the state.
Texans are becoming increasingly frustrated with the unconstitutional power the federal government is taking from both its citizens and the […]
Long recognized as the loudest opponent of taxpayer rights and conservative reforms in the state capitol, the Texas Municipal League […]
Whether you like it or not, your local tax dollars are subsidizing an effort to effectively gut the state’s open meetings laws. The Texas Municipal League, which is funded by local governments using the taxpayers’ dollars, is working vigorously to gut laws that have given Texans access to local government.
Tax-funded lobbying groups such as Texas Municipal League and the Texas Association of Counties are maneuvering in lock-step with cities such as Round Rock to defeat pro-taxpayer reforms during this special session.