Texans for Public Justice
Texans for Public Justice (TPJ) is an Austin-based non-profit that was organized in 1997 to take on political corruption and corporate abuses in Texas, USA. Their main research has focused on tracking campaign contributions across the state of Texas and beyond into the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, specifically for George W. Bush.
- Media:Texas Observer, Bush Files
- Rolling Stone Magazine article on Craig McDonald, Executive Director of Texans for Public Justice
- Austin-American Statesman article on the April 2007 TPJ report, Making Connections
- Yardley, Jim (2002-01-02). "ENRON'S COLLAPSE: TEXAS JUDGE; Enron Ruling By Nominee To U.S. Court Is Being Noticed". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-08-19.
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