Davis, Abbott Spar Over Equal Pay, Ethics

With the Texas governor's race in full general election mode, Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis and her Republican opponent, Attorney General Greg Abbott, sparred on Tuesday over fair pay and ethics.

Davis hosted a conference call during which she highlighted Abbott’s involvement in a fair pay court battle, saying he fought against equal pay for women. Meanwhile, the Abbott campaign went after Davis for continuing to represent public sector clients in her law practice, which she previously said she would stop doing if she ran for governor. 

On Tuesday, Davis criticized Abbott for defending the state in a ...

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