This article is Part 4 of a four-part series demonstrating how the money in a lobby sector can impact state politics and legislation. Read the first three articles here, here, and here.
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|$46,200.00||Perkin Diamondlinks LLC|
|$44,432.08||Capital One Financial Corp|
|$10,000.00||Dennis & Kim Bonnen Foundation|
|$9,000.00||Purple Sage Strategies LLC|
|$3,984.36||Bruce & Eddy LLC|
|$1,264.57||Atchley & Associates LLP|
|$201.18||Adobe Systems Inc|
|$100.61||Aggregated Unitemized Expenditures|
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From reports filed by the recipients of these funds, it appears these transactions originated from personal rather than campaign accounts.
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This article is Part 3 of a four-part series demonstrating how the money in a lobby sector can impact state politics and legislation. We’ve selected the Green Energy sector due to a resurgence of interest in a behind-the-scenes look at renewables following the 2021 snowstorms, but you can follow the money in any industry of interest that is spending lobbying dollars in Austin.
**Editor’s Note: Since this article went live, the Texas House formally elected Dade Phelan as Speaker of the House.**