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By Matt Kibbe
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ryan Brannan
There isn't much policywise coming out of Europe these days that one would expect a conservative like Texas Gov. Rick Perry to emulate because the Continent typically is the domain of the left. However, Mr. Perry recently imported a reform from across the pond that is sure to make the Lone Star State, already the economic envy of the nation, even more of a job-creating juggernaut.
"The procedural protections ... go a long way toward ensuring that our judicial system dispenses justice according to the merits of the case rather than the size of the wallet," Mr. Brannan said.