What Phase 1 of Governor Abbott’s Plan to Reopen Texas Means for Texas Businesses

May 1, 2020 | Podcasts



May 1, 2020, marked the beginning of Governor Greg Abbott’s plan to reopen the Texas economy. Jackson Walker government relations and public policy partner Denise Rose discusses what Phase 1 of Abbott’s plan means for the Texas business community. She discusses the limitations placed on these businesses, as well as which businesses are included within the Governor’s plan, Texans Helping Texans: The Governor’s Report to Open Texas.

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The music is by Eve Searls.

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