Author: Texans for Consumer Freedom

Texas Young Republican Federation Joins Efforts to Eliminate Anti-Competitive TABC Laws 25 Texas Chapters Call on Legislature to Defend Free Markets and Fair Competition

AUSTIN – The Texas Young Republican Federation (TYRF), an official auxiliary of the Republican Party of Texas focused on Republicans ages 18 to 40, has joined Texans for Consumer Freedom (TCF) in its call to eliminate anti-competitive provisions of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code.  TYRF joins TCF alongside a growing coalition of supporters that includes…

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Anti-Competitive TABC Laws Allow Market Share Domination by Private Chains Economic Analysis Underscores the Need to Eliminate Protectionist Laws

AUSTIN – On the same day the Texas Senate Committee on Business and Commerce heard SB 609, a bill that would eliminate anti-competitive provisions of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code, Texans for Consumer Freedom released the results of an economic study highlighting the market dominance of private liquor store chains. Jon Hockenyos, President of economic…

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Brookshire Grocery Company Joins Effort to Eliminate Anti-Competitive Liquor Laws Privately Held Grocery Retailer Endorses the Passage of SB 609 and HB 1225

AUSTIN – Brookshire Grocery Company, a grocery retailer of more than 14,000 employees and 100 Texas locations, has joined Texans for Consumer Freedom (TCF) in supporting legislation that would eliminate anti-competitive provisions of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code. BGC joins TCF alongside Costco, Kroger, Walmart, the Texas Association of Business, the Texas Consumer Association, the…

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Op-ed: Liquor debate tests Texas’ free-market will

As Texans, we are very proud of our commitment and adherence to free-market principles. Fair competition, a key tenet of free markets, has created an environment in which Texas businesses improve, innovate and thrive. It is what has made the Texas economy the envy of the nation and our business environment the most inviting for…

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