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Texas Supreme Court Hears Arguments for Illegal Red Light Camera Fines, Fayette County Sheriff Deputy Sheriff in Critical Condition, A Dozen Migrant Immigrants File Class-Action Lawsuit for Violation of Due Process

November 2, 2018

Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:  

• Candidate for Congress MJ Hegar says some of her opponent, John Carter’s staffers attacked her kids during Halloween by throwing candy

• The woman injured in an explosion at a southeast Austin home last Saturday has died from her injuries and an unidentified man was badly burned in the incident

• The Austin City Council on Thursday night gave the green light to the development of the Camelback tract, an iconic swath of West Austin along the dramatic cliffs that line the north shores of Lake Austin near the Pennybacker Bridge


Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:

• A Fayette County deputy was shot in the head after officials were serving a failure to register as a sex offender warrant Thursday evening

• TECH NEWS:

-Hundreds of Google employees staged walkouts around the world Thursday to protest the company's response to allegations of sexual misconduct

• A dozen migrants traveling by foot from Honduras to the U.S. to seek asylum filed a class-action lawsuit Thursday against President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security and others, claiming a violation of their due process under the Fifth Amendment


Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:

• •Lawyers working to win refunds of red light camera fines for millions of Texas drivers want the Texas Court of Appeals to overturn the decision to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the city of Willis which alleges Willis—and dozens of other Texas cities—illegally issued hundreds of thousands of red light camera tickets due to those cities failing to perform engineering studies required under Texas law

• UNDER THE COVERS: Don gets the exclusive with Ted Cruz


Hour four of the Todd and Don Show:

• City Council member Jimmy Flannigan had an emotional outbreak during a City Council meeting yesterday over the lease renewal for Planned Parenthood's clinic. This lease keeps them there for at least another 2 decades paying $1 per year.

• HIGHLIGHT: Frank Ward running for City Council for District 8 to replace Ellen Troxclair discusses City Council procedures and what is best for Austin citizens

• The family of Chris Cornell is suing the doctor who prescribed drugs to him which may have led to his suicide

 

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