Read today's Morning Brief from Chad Hasty.
Thoughts on Texas Tech Football, Attorney General Greg Abbott, & more.
The settlement is the final part of a four-year investigation, which revealed that Janssen urged physicians to prescribe its atypical antipsychotic drugs based off of Risperdal, for purposes not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
“I talked to a lot of Ron Paul supporters who said they had only one goal for the next ten weeks, and that is do everything they could get Mitt Romney elected of the United States.”
Voter ID in Texas appears to be heading to the U.S. Supreme Court. **Article updated with quotes from Governor Rick Perry and Senator John Cornyn.
On Thursday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott talked with Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew about his thoughts on the Republican National Convention.
The State charged the group, organized by Kenneth Lane Denton, Timothy Tierney, and Steven Jenkins, with illegally soliciting charitable donations in December of 2011.
The publishers will pay affected Texans up to $5.5 million in total compensation, and pay approximately $7.5 million to the states for fees and costs.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that state prosecutors failed to show that the lawmakers did not draw the maps “without discriminatory purposes.
The court rebuked the EPA for exceeding its statutory authority when issuing the CSAPR regulations.