September 12, 2016 •
Criminal Complaint Filed Against Former Texas Ethics Commissioner
On September 8, a 101-page sworn criminal complaint was filed against a former Texas Ethics Commissioner. Michael Quinn Sullivan filed the complaint against Tom Harrison with the Travis County District Attorney’s Office, according to The Lead.
Harrison, who resigned this year from the Ethics Commission, is alleged by Sullivan to have violated state bribery laws while he was a commissioner. Sullivan is president of Empower Texans, a nonprofit organization created to encourage governmental fiscal responsibility, according to the organization’s website.
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