The CPRIT foundation announced Tuesday they will shutter their doors in 60 days. This comes after they announced last month they would be changing their name to the Texas Cancer Coalition. The institute itself is not shutting down, just the fundraising organization.

A hit-and-run bill is moving forward through the Legislature. Written by Sen. Kirk Watson and Sen. Wendy Davis, Senate Bill 275 changes leaving the scene of an accident from a third-degree felony to a second-degree felony.


Kyle Wargo, a CSCOPE governing board member, sat down with Paul Brown. The online curriculum management tool is used by 70 percent of Texas schools.

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Harold Cook and Ted Delisi sat down with Paul Brown to discuss the CPRIT Foundation’s announcement Tuesday. They also discussed Medicaid expansion in Texas.