TLR’s primary focus centers on stopping “frivolous lawsuits” and lawsuits involving “outrageous claims of damages.” Over the past two decades, TLR PAC has invested significant resources in helping elect men and women they believe will vote to strengthen protections for businesses and business owners against frivolous lawsuits. In the past TLR often found themselves on the opposite side of political fights from the powerful Texas Trial Lawyers Association, but as the organization has moved towards the center recently, TLR is now often pitted against more conservative organizations like Empower Texans.
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|$25,802.89||Texas Association of REALTORS Political Action Committee|
|$20,000.00||Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC|
|$10,000.00||C Cary Patterson|
|$10,000.00||James I Perkins|
|$10,000.00||Service Corporation International Political Action Committee (Sci/PAC)|
|$9,500.00||William R Hughey III|
|$8,000.00||Associated General Contractors of Texas PAC|
|$7,000.00||Political Action Committee Of The Independent Insurance Agents Of Texas|
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|$250,000.00||Citizens 1st Bank|
|$15,268.61||Cascades Country Club|
|$7,418.39||TDCJ- Texas Department of Criminal Justice Manufacturing and Logistics|
|$5,356.72||Boles Design Group|
|$5,080.00||Edward M Shack|
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The three THSC organizations collectively work to promote and advance policies they believe benefit homeschool families, as well as support parents and students looking for more choice and competition in the K-12 education system. In addition to promoting homeschooling to the general public, and providing tools and resources to make homeschooling more easily accessible, THSC also works to elect pro-parental rights and pro-homeschool candidates to office. THSC’s PAC has made major splashes in the last few election cycles as they’ve significantly ramped up their political activities.