Chad Hasty takes a brief look at some of the headlines from this afternoon.
Thursday on the Chad Hasty Show, Chad spoke with Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott about his new ethics and privacy campaigns, as well as his intentions to be hands-on governor.
Abbott began by describing his desire to help increase ethical activity among policy makers
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott praised the settlement which paves the way for the merger
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According to the state’s legal action, the defendants enroll customers in premium text messaging services programs, fail to properly disclose the costs associated with the services, and then bill the customers without their consent.
On Monday, Abbott filed a legal action challenging hiring guidelines issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission from categorically excluding convicted felons from employment.
Monday on the Chad Hasty Show, GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak discussed the race for Texas Governor and the possibility of David Barton running against John Cornyn.
According to the Texas Tribune poll, Greg Abbott is leading only in single digits over Davis, 25% of voters still unsure about their decision
The law would require that doctors performing abortions also have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the clinic and follow stricter Federal Drug Administration protocols for pill-induced abortions.
Monday on the Chad Hasty Show with Paul Beane, GOP strategist Matt Mackowiak gave an analysis of the Texas Governor campaigns by Tom Pauken, Wendy Davis, and Greg Abbott.
Mackowiak reiterated points that Greg Abbott has still not had any real challenges in his race
True Beginnings, which owns True.com, sought permission from the bankruptcy court to sell its assets to a Canadian-based online dating service.