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Rebecca Webber and Austin’s Public Safety Commission in the news!
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Her only chance at life is a new liver, but her insurer said no.
Lulu Flores in the news!
The Austin Music Commission’s request for space to merge with the city’s Arts Commission’s proposal?
“There’s really been a crisis of space over the last two years, as well as with music you’re losing venues and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to have performance space,” Lulu Flores said. “It might be good to join forces and work together to come up with an amount to include, and figure out the dedication of some space for recording in a multi-use facility.”
Rebecca Webber in the news!
“Rebecca Webber, chairwoman of the city’s Public Safety Commission, wants to make sure internal investigations into public safety employees continue even if the person retires and is no longer working for the city.”
HF Law hired by Travis County to help with Opioid Litigation!
“Scott Hendler, one of the attorneys hired by Travis County, emphasized to Travis County commissioners in November the harm he alleges the companies have caused by aggressively pushing drugs they knew were highly addictive, then leaving local governments and other agencies to deal with the consequences… ‘I think that taking it on now to interdict the source of the problem is the way to combat it,’ Hendler said.”
Click here to read our PDF on the National Opioid Litigation