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Latest Rick Perry Items
University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa said Monday he's resigning because he's accomplished the goals he set five years ago, not because of political turmoil surrounding the Board of Regents in recent months.
To get a sense of the pressure Carlos Rubinstein faces five months into his job as chairman of the Texas Water Development Board, consider this: Not only has he had meetings with dozens of underwriters hoping for a hand in the billions of dollars under his control and fielded questions from civic groups, he also has found himself getting grilled by a 9-year-old girl:
A San Diego software firm will get a $4.5 million check from the state of Texas and move its corporate headquarters to the Lone Star State.
In its latest breakdown of the 2016 GOP presidential sweepstakes, the University of Virginia's Center for Politics says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is the person to beat in the GOP nomination race.
The three Republicans vying to become Texas' next attorney general all promised Wednesday to continue suing the federal government constantly - emulating the office's current occupant, Greg Abbott, and his 30-plus lawsuits against what he calls Washington's overreach.
San Antonio Express-News. Jan. 31, 2014.
More bankruptcies within Gov. Rick Perry's portfolio of Texas startups funded with taxpayer dollars didn't dampen a better year on paper for the Emerging Technology Fund, but behind a reported $30 million uptick is a wrinkle complicating that bottom line.
Two Republican lawmakers from southern Oklahoma are criticizing a water agreement signed earlier this month by Gov. Mary Fallin and Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Republicans eyeing the White House in 2016 are pushing their party to change its stance and accept a softening of federal marijuana laws — a dramatic shift from the GOP's most recent contenders.