The Evening Brief: Texas Headlines for June 17, 2013


•    Malloy: Don’t mess with Connecticut (Hartford Business Journal): "Texas isn't all it's cracked up to be, at least according to the Connecticut governor. On the eve of the Texas governor coming to poach Connecticut jobs and on the heels of a legislative session attacked by the business community, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is making it clear companies are better off sticking with the Nutmeg State. … 'Maybe he can talk about Texas' higher crime rate, the higher murder rate, and higher assault rate,' Malloy said. 'Also, low educational achievement.'"

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