Money now or money later
Greg Abbott has benefitted from "payday lenders who have given him $300,000 and then received a ruling from him that they can operate in a loophole in the law that allows them to charge unlimited rates and fees."
CORRECTED: Defending a Texas law
"Weeks after accepting a quarter-million-dollar campaign contribution" from a hospital board chairman, Greg Abbott went to court against victims of a drug-taking neurosurgeon.
Unknown if Abbott agrees
Greg Abbott "heads up a party whose platform calls for the repeal of the Voting Rights Act."
A 1998 dissent
Says that, as a Supreme Court justice, Greg Abbott found that a company whose vacuum cleaners were sold door to door "had no responsibility" in the hiring of a salesman who raped a customer.
Do the litigation limbo
Says Greg Abbott "has lost" in court "four times in just the past few days."
Three cents less in '12
Women "are still paid 82 cents for every dollar a man earns in Texas."
UPDATED: Called herself noncustodial in '13
"I never gave up custody of my children. I never lost custody of my children."
Unsaid: Most women lived in the 8% of counties
Says 92 percent of Texas counties had no abortion provider in 2008.
Only if Washington, D.C. gets compared
Says Texas ranks 49th nationally in "what we are doing to support our per-pupil investment in education in the state."
Edged Idaho in 2010
Says Texas is "dead last in support for mental health."
Endowment aid continuing
Says "for the first time ever," Texas lawmakers are not funding student population growth.
Rankings vary, but she's close
Says Texas ranks 44th nationally in education funding per pupil.
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