The Evening Brief: Texas Headlines for Nov. 21, 2013

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•    Abbott's Privacy Rights Proposals Draw Attention: "Attorney General Greg Abbott's support for more stringent privacy laws is getting some notice, as privacy rights activists say his proposals would lead to more protections for Texans. But concerns tied to the enforcement of the proposed policies are also being raised."

•    Report: Canceled Health Plans Should Be Kept in Perspective: "Critics of the Affordable Care Act have lambasted President Obama's signature legislation as it struggles with technical glitches and as thousands of people nationally report the cancellation of their existing health insurance plans. But a ...

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