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The Todd and Don Blog

(Photo by: Robert Daemmrich Photography Inc/Corbis via Getty Images) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is moving forward with a lawsuit seeking to remove eight of 13 members of Austin’s Planning Commission because the commission has too many...
(Photo by: Linh Pham/Getty Images) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • APD is pleading with the city for more officers and states the department is 84 officers short. They would like to get 168 officers in the next 5 years • Dan Patrick plans to donate 10 metal detectors to...
(Photo by: Evelyn Hockstein/For The Washington Post via Getty Images) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • Thieves drained the bank account of 112 year old Richard Overton, the oldest living U.S. veteran, to purchase bonds • Seattle is the first city in the U.S. to ban plastic...
(Photo courtesy of: Jose Luis Magana/AP) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • Austin City Council has approved placing a proposal for a $925M Bond Package (over $100M more than previously proposed) on the ballot this November • VIRAL VIDEO: Arnold Schwarzenegger mocks Trump on...
(Photo by: Shutterstock) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • The City Council will meet today to vote on things like the MLS Stadium proposals, city taxi rates and a $816M bond package • Supreme Court Judge Anthony Kennedy has announced his retirement which leaves a vacant seat...
(Photo by: Shutterstock) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • H-E-B opens first double-decker store in Houston • Republican Congressman Andy Biggs introduced an initiative to censure California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters and ask for her resignation • The Austin City Council...
(Photo courtesty of: KXAN) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • Capital Metro announces Austin, Texas will be the first city to roll out autonomous buses and will be testing vehicles as early as July • Austin Java & Bar says they are moving to Manchaca Rd stating property...
(Photo by: Win McNamee/Getty Images) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • The City of Austin is being sued by business owners to challenge the Paid Sick Leave Ordinance that would go into effect on October 1 • A 22 year old DUI suspect is facing a first degree felony charge...
(Photo by: Shutterstock) Hour one of the Todd and Don Show: • The Supreme Court ruled states can collect sales tax for online purchases which small businesses say will greatly affect their bottom line • Delta will not allow pit bull type dogs as service or support animals on...