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COA Resolution Considered to Eliminate Requirements to Allow for Affordable Housing, Texas House Passes Bill for Harsher Punishment for Hitting a Person if Passing a Stopped School Bus, New Rule Requires Drug Companies to Disclose Drug Prices in Ads

May 9. 2019

Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:  

Todd and Don discuss a sexual assault offender caught after his backpack was found by a Texas State student, a new Trump rule requires drug companies to disclose prices on television ads, and a Texas Senate bill has been approved to help save Muny.


Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:

Todd and Don discuss the COA considering a resolution (Affordability Unlocked) to change affordable housing in Austin, a woman is suing Lime Scooters for faulty brakes that led to injuries, and tech news including Amazon’s Echo Dot has been found to hold on to children’s recordings even if they had been deleted.


Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:

Todd and Don discuss bills in the Texas House, Affordability Unlocked and what it really means and moms can eat free on Mother’s Day at Hooters.


Hour four of the Todd and Don Show:

Todd and Don discuss telemarketers and scam calls, a San Antonio school has now banned Chick-fil-A from its campus and they continue to discuss a new Trump rule that requires drug companies to disclose prices on television ads.

 

 

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