texas Tribune talks TABC director resignation

Updated : Sep 21, 2019 in Articles

texas Tribune talks TABC director resignation


JOHN:AFTER BEING GRILLED BY STATE LAWMAKERS, SHERRY COOK, THE HEAD OF THE TEXAS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION, IS LEAVING THE JOB.HER RESIGNATION COMES AFTER OUR PARTNERS AT THE TEXAS TRIBUNE REVEALED THE AGENCY SPENT THOUSANDS TO ATTEND INDUSTRY CONVENTIONS.JAY ROOT BROKE THE ORGINIAL STORY AND JOINS WITH A LOOK AT WHAT’S NEXT.áWHY DID SHERRY COOK RESIGN?FROM THE TEXAS TRIBUNE: SHERRY COOK, THE EMBATTLED EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE TEXAS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION, IS STEPPING DOWN FROM HER POST AMID A SERIES OF SPENDING CONTROVERSIES AT THE AGENCY. áIS COOK IN ANY LEGAL TROUBLE? áGOVERNOR ABBOTT CALLED IT A TIME TO CLEAN HOUSEáWHO ELSE MAY JOIN HER?FROM THE TEXAS TRIBUNE: LAWMAKERS GRILLED TABC’S SECOND-IN-COMMAND, DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ED SWEDBERG, FOR BILLING THE STATE FOR HIS PERSONAL MILEAGE FOR A 2015 TRIP TO AN NCSLA CONFERENCE IN SAN DIEGO.AS WELL AS ANDY PÃ1A, HEAD OF THE TABC’S OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY. áWHO APPOINTS COOK’S REPLACEMENT?FROM THE TEXAS TRIBUNE: THE AGENCY SAID A REPLACEMENT WOULD BE DISCUSSED AT THE MAY 23 MEETING OF THE THREE-MEMBER COMMISSION THAT OVERSEES TABC. GREG ABBOTT APPOINTS THE COMMISSIONERS.

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