Dan Patrick has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Out in SA' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Dan Patrick was highly popular in February, 2017.
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[...] will vote in support of Senate Bill 6, the so-called bathroom bill being championed by Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. SB6 bars transgender people from using the bathroom that matches their gender identity and [...]
[...] to SB6,” the agency said in an email. “The time is now for us to stand up to Lt. Governor Dan Patrick and those who wish to write discrimination into our laws,” the email adds. Use this link for [...]
[...] rejected it in September. The following month, however, Gov. Greg Abbott, Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick and Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a brief in support of the anti-LGBT plaintiffs, and the [...]
[...] was an example of Obama administration meddling in state and local matters. Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick equated it to blackmail and said his state was ready to forfeit federal education money rather [...]
[...] restrooms. So in response, activists trying to stop Senate Bill 6, one of Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick’s pet causes for the 2017 session, are trying to leverage humor in the form of acclaimed Texas [...]
[...] awarding future events.” SB 6, misleadingly called the “privacy act” by Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick, would block trans Texans from using a public bathroom that corresponds with their gender [...]
[...] Originally published in the San Antonio Current According to Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, passing a bill that allows business owners to discriminate against transgender Texans won’t [...]
[...] safety of women and children. Sound familiar? That’s also the argument Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick is using to sell his so-called “Privacy Act,” an anti-trans bill filed earlier this month. [...]