The state’s top alcohol administrator received “hazardous duty” pay while in Hawaii. And the TABC brass has gotten trained as police officers, which allows them to get take-home cars, free gas and an array of weaponry, according to records and interviews. John Jordan The Texas Tribune
The state’s top alcohol administrator received “hazardous duty” pay while in Hawaii. And the TABC brass has gotten trained as police officers, which allows them to get take-home cars, free gas and an array of weaponry, according to records and interviews. John Jordan The Texas Tribune

Texas’ liquor regulator got ‘hazardous duty’ pay on Hawaii junket

April 12, 2017 6:31 PM