Monday on The Chad Hasty Show, Scott Braddock, editor of QuorumReport.com, joined the program to talk about the latest news from the Texas state capitol and the 87th Texas Legislature.

Braddock and Hasty discussed several bills progressing through the many stages and debates in the legislature, including bills on tort reform and the trucking industry, election integrity legislation, large corporations opposing election integrity laws in Texas and in Georgia, as well as possible primary election challengers to Governor Greg Abbott in the upcoming 2022 Texas gubernatorial election.

While speaking about the process of election integrity efforts in congress, Braddock said,

When [the bill is] on the house floor, you may see hundreds of proposed amendments, we'll see how long this debate goes on between Republicans and Democrats arguing this out. Democrats saying that we don't want to make it any harder for people to vote, Republicans saying that we need, quote un-quote, election integrity. I do think that as this debate moves through the House, it's also fair to point out that the motivation for this is that Republican office holders do have to answer to conservative voters who do believe that there's a lot of voter fraud, whether there is or not.

Listen to the entire interview with Scott Braddock in the player above. 

More news, information and commentary from Braddock may be found at: QuorumReport.com 

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