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Rick Perry

  • Gov. Perry’s GC Wiley battles indictment

    On Aug. 15, a Travis County, Texas, grand jury indicted Perry for abuse of official capacity, which is a first-degree felony, and coercion of a public official.

  • Texas governor to sign “loser pays” bill

    While Texas Governor Rick Perry didn’t accomplish his ultimate goal of a strict loser-pays bill in his quest to reform the state’s tort laws, today marks the day when he will make good on his campaign promises by signing a watered-down version of the bill into law.

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