Gov. Rick Perry
The Republican-led Texas Senate has voted to place new restrictions on abortion, but abandoned an effort to ban the procedure after 20 weeks into pregnancy.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced on Friday that the state will invest $864,000 in Kohl’s Department Stores to help open a customer service operations center in Dallas. The center is expected to create more than 1,500 jobs.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry today signed House Bill 308, which removes any legal risks of saying “Merry Christmas” in Texas public schools.
First, Governor Rick Perry scoffed at New York’s CEO-baiting slogan of a “new New York,” saying it looks like the same old high-tax state to him. Then Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo shot back by saying at least it’s not Texas. Rimshot.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is refusing to provide money to help rebuild the Texas town of West, where a deadly fertilizer plant explosion leveled numerous structures and killed 15 people.
Texas Republicans have spent two years and at least $1 million fighting to restore voting maps drawn by the GOP-dominated Legislature that were declared illegal in court.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has signed into law the creation of a state fund to finance new water projects he says will help spark $30 billion worth of infrastructure spending in the next 50 years.
Perry was waiting at the bottom of the stairs from Air Force One when it landed on Thursday for a presidential visit to Texas.
Gov. Rick Perry says he won’t sign a new state budget that does not include a tax cut. The governor has proposed a $1.6 billion tax cut after the Texas economy bounced back from recession.
Gov. Rick Perry says a deadly fertilizer plant explosion in Texas wouldn’t have been prevented if the state earmarked more money for industry inspections.
At a news conference shortly before noon Thursday, Gov. Rick Perry announced he had requested an emergency declaration for McLennan County, where West is located.
Gov. Rick Perry announced Monday a week-long print and Internet ad buy in Chicago claiming that the “Escape route from Illinois to economic freedom leads to Texas.”