Abbott, Davis Point Fingers Over Equal Pay

In the latest iteration of the fight over women's issues in the Texas governor’s race, Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott and his Democratic opponent, state Sen. Wendy Davis, are sounding off over equal pay and whether Texas needs its own version of the federal Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.

Davis' camp has attacked Abbott in recent weeks for defending the state in an equal pay lawsuit, slammed him for not giving a clear answer on whether we would have vetoed the Texas version of act (which Gov. Rick Perry did), and gone after the long-serving attorney general for ...

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