May 14, 2015      5:11 PM
Business leader challenges MQ Sullivan to debate immigration policy
In open letter, Houston businessman Norman Adams says enough is enough when it comes to Empower Texans' attacks on Chairman Byron Cook; Rare silence from MQS
Houston business leader who is a staunch Republican and a chief ally of archconservative
on Thursday said he has had enough of Tim
Dunn spokesman Michael Quinn
Sullivan’s attacks on Rep. Byron
Norman Adams – known in the Capitol
community as a firebrand conservative who supports sensible immigration reform
– wrote an open letter to Sullivan in which he pulled no punches while
defending Rep. Cook.
State Affairs Committee Chairman has been under fire from Sullivan and
his Dunn-funded group, Empower Texans,
because he supports issuing driver permits to undocumented immigrants. It’s a good
public policy, Cook has argued, because those people right now are prevented
from purchasing car insurance from reputable companies.
said he wants to debate with Sullivan in an event that would be hosted by Hotze’s group, the Conservative Republicans of Texas.
was no immediate comment from Sullivan.
By Scott Braddock