Texas Scorecard
Texas Scorecard Radio (March 26, 2020)
Episode 130: Robert Montoya from the Metroplex Bureau joins the show to discuss the questionable data some local officials are using to justify their response to the coronavirus pandemic. Texans for Fiscal Responsibility VP Cary Cheshire discusses Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar’s recent warning of a budget shortfall. Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton explains the global supply and demand issues facing the oil and gas industry. Michael Quinn Sullivan has this week’s Texas Scorecard Radio commentary.


  • Funny numbers?
  • Time to tighten the purse strings?
  • High supply, low demand?
  • What’s in a name?
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