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Scott Braddock | A Voice for Texas Scott Braddock A Voice for Texas Home Bio TV Quorum Report Construction Citizen Speaking Engagements Radio Praise Contact Hotze’s Bathroom Bill Campaign Just Latest Episode in Long-Running Anti-Gay Crusade by Scott on March 27, 2017 in Dan Patrick, Economy, Joe Straus, Politics, Texas As the Texas Senate was getting down to work on the “bathroom bill,” Dr. Steve Hotze, an anti-gay activist and longtime business partner of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, began running television ads against Speaker Joe Straus in his district demanding the measure receive a vote in the House. After Senate Bill 6 passed the full […] Read full story ? Comments Off On bathrooms, Patrick speaks for Abbott because Abbott lets him by Scott on February 24, 2017 in Audio, Dan Patrick, Politics, Texas, Uncategorized There was much chuckling and chatter at the Texas Capitol following the release of Texas Monthly’s cover story featuring Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick holding the gavel standing over the words “In Charge.” One recurring reaction went something like this: “Maybe the magazine should have done a vote count on Patrick’s priority bills before making that […] Read full story ? Comments Off Amid accusations of fake news, phony organizations help AG Paxton in felony case by Scott on February 21, 2017 in Dan Patrick, Journalism, Politics, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, parroting President Donald Trump, has recently taken to calling news coverage he dislikes “fake news.” As a distraction, it works. When it comes to transparency, the Texas Senate’s recent moves to restrict media coverage are in line with Patrick’s order to the Legislative Budget Board to suppress staff reports – a […] Read full story ? Comments Off On restrooms, Patrick sides with Texas House foe Steve Hotze over business by Scott on February 2, 2017 in Dan Patrick, Economy, Houston, Politics, Texas Note: This story originally appeared in The Quorum Report. Join us there for daily coverage of Texas politics and government. Texas House Speaker Joe Straus has suggested Gov. Greg Abbott should articulate a clear position on one of Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s top priorities for the legislative session: Restrictions on bathroom access based on gender. […] Read full story ? Comments Off Trump Victory Could Pressure Gov. Abbott to Lay Out an Agenda by Scott on November 17, 2016 in Border Security, Immigration, Joe Straus, Politics, Rick Perry It was a decade ago that then-Gov. Rick Perry stood on the banks of the Rio Grande in his Carhartt jacket, promising in a TV commercial that “If Washington won’t protect our border, Texas will.” At that time, Texas Republicans were treating President George W. Bush as an apostate who was weak on the issue […] Read full story ? Comments Off Group of TPPF board members spent heavily against Texas House GOP leadership by Scott on July 24, 2016 in Joe Straus, Politics, Schools, Tea Party, Texas The Texas Public Policy Foundation promotes itself – and has been promoted in various media outlets – as merely a conservative free market think tank. The group, founded by “school choice” advocate James Leininger of San Antonio, says its “mission is to promote and defend liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise in Texas and the […] Read full story ? Comments Off Audio: A tragedy unfolds in Dallas by Scott on July 9, 2016 in Abortion, Audio, Dallas, Politics, Tea Party Mike Ward, the Austin Bureau Chief for the Houston Chronicle, and I recently started a weekly podcast to bring you all the latest news from the Texas Capitol. Click here to subscribe to the show and have it instantly delivered to you each week. This week we did our 7th show, in which we discussed the ambush […] Read full story ? Comments Off Flashback: TPPF revised estimate in Texas budget growth down to 9% from nearly 30% by Scott on June 30, 2016 in Economy, Joe Straus, Politics, Religion, Tea Party Note: This story originally appeared in The Quorum Report in 2014 after the Texas Public Policy Foundation dramatically revised its analysis of the budget passed by the Legislature in 2013. The information here is worth considering after TPPF this week released its “Conservative Texas Budget.” Bottom line: Once the GOP primaries were concluded in 2014, […] Read full story ? Comments Off Houston’s leadership on workforce can be a model for the nation by Scott on June 22, 2016 in Economy, Houston, Workforce Business leaders in Houston seem well-positioned to set the tone for how the rest of the nation addresses workforce challenges, experts agree. During a town hall-style event hosted by the Greater Houston Partnership, health care leaders, construction executives and others discussed ways the private sector is taking the lead to ensure that a quality workforce […] Read full story ? Comments Off Worker misclassification debate starts anew at the Texas Capitol by Scott on June 21, 2016 in Economy, Politics, Texas, Workforce The issue of worker misclassification promises to loom large once again during the next session of the Texas Legislature – and not just as it relates to the construction industry. Misclassification happens when businesses pretend their labor is being done on a subcontracting basis when by law the people doing the work should be compensated as […] Read full story ? Comments Off 1 2 … 24 Next ? Follow the Conversation About Scott Scott Braddock is a journalist and political analyst based in Austin. Twitter updates Follow @scottbraddock on Twitter Created by Alexis Grant. ? Scott Braddock Powered by WordPress. 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