B.A.C.A.L.A.: Connie Scott is so predictable when it comes to TLR but how does barring civil justice recourse create JOBS?? OH, I guess it created one for her.
Monday, October 29, 2012
Connie Scott is so predictable when it comes to TLR but how does barring civil justice recourse create JOBS?? OH, I guess it created one for her.
Representative Connie Scott Earns Statewide Award for Fighting Lawsuit Abuse FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 15, 2011 Contact: Sherry Sylvester 210-241-5296 email@example.com (Austin, TX) Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC today awarded State Rep. Connie Scott the TLR Civil Justice Leadership Award for her support of civil justice reform in Texas. Speaking to a luncheon in Corpus Christi, TLR PAC Chairman Richard Trabulsi said: “Connie Scott has worked tirelessly to reduce lawsuit abuse in Texas. She is a principled conservative who is committed to a fair, balanced and predictable civil justice system. After her election to the Texas House in 2010, her service on the House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence Committee was critical in passing legislation against barratry as well as moving the Omnibus Tort Bill of 2011 (HB 274) forward. Rep. Scott clearly understands the importance of tort reform in creating jobs, strengthening the state’s economy and assuring that every Texan has access to doctors and health care. TLR PAC is proud to present her with TLR's Civil Justice Leadership Award." TLR PAC’s Civil Justice Leadership Award is presented to lawmakers who take a stand in support of the model lawsuit reforms that are boosting the Texas economy, creating jobs and increasing access to doctors and health care in every community. Rep. Scott represents Texas House District 34, which includes part of Nueces County. She is a member of the House Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence Committee, the Defense and Veterans Affairs Committee and the Local and Consent Calendars Committee. She is the former Executive Director of Bay Area Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse where she was an outspoken advocate of lawsuit reform. TLR PAC is the political arm of Texans for Lawsuit Reform, the state's largest civil justice reform organization. TLR is a bipartisan, volunteer-led coalition with more than 17,000 supporters residing in 818 Texas communities and representing 1,266 different businesses, professions and trades. For more information about TLR PAC visit www.tlrpac.com http://www.tlrpac.com/node/129 http://www.tlrpac.com/node/129 The only job created by this stripping you of access to the courts for civil remedies is a paid volunteer positions TLR claims boost our economy (what planet are these people on)? There are not, nor has there been any increases in JOBs since these bankers "BANKED on the disengagement of the average citizen in the formulation of public policy" A TLR Leo Linbecks's a founders direct quote in Texas Monthly November 2005 cover article by Mimi Schwartz tu