In a queue up to the 2014 gubernatorial race, Wendy Davis, the Fort Worth state senator running for the Democratic nomination for governor, Friday was honored by the state’s largest law-enforcement union as legislative crime-fighter of the year.
Late Friday, Attorney General Greg Abbott, the presumptive Republican nominee, appeared before the Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas convention in Austin, where he defended U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and his role in the federal government shutdown.
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