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Gov. Perry Honors Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland and Wife Cynthia McLelland at Public Memorial Service

SUNNYVALE – Gov. Rick Perry today gave remarks at the public memorial service for Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife Cynthia McLelland.

Note: Gov. Perry frequently deviates from prepared text.

The book of Romans tells us:

“Our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us, for the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed.”
By any measure we’re capable of understanding we shouldn’t be here today.

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Gov. Rick Perry talks Obamacare in Texas

On radio this morning, Joe Pags spoke with Texas Governor Rick Perry.

Thank You Brazoria County!

 

When I spoke Tuesday at the Brazoria County Day Breakfast, it reminded me what keeps the heart of Texas strong!

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Gov. Perry on Your World w/ Cavuto: Obama is 'playing with fire'

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Governor Perry blasts the 'federally-sponsored jailbreak'

In case you missed it on Fox News last night, Governor Perry talks with Greta Van Susteren to express how angry he and Texans are with how the Obama administration turned loose thousands of illegal immigrants with a 'get out jail for free card' from the federal immigration detention centers in Texas.

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Texas trying to poach California's jobs

Watch the video here.

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Governor Perry on the Laura Ingraham Show 2-8-13

Governor Rick Perry on the Laura Ingraham Radio Show on February 8, 2013.

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Tax Relief, Infrastructure and Education: Priorities to Keep Texas Strong

Gov. Rick Perry delivered his seventh State of the State address to the 83rd Texas Legislature. Full text of his remarks is below:

Thank you. It is always an honor to speak in this historic chamber.

I'd like to thank two quality leaders who have been dedicated partners in our ongoing mission to make an even better Texas, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and Speaker Joe Straus.

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Texas Workforce Commission: Texas Unemployment Rate Declines for Fourth Consecutive Month

AUSTIN — Texas’ unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent in December, down from 6.2 percent in November and from 7.4 percent a year ago. This marked the fourth straight month that the unemployment rate in Texas has declined. Texas employers added 4,100 total nonfarm jobs in December for a total of 260,800 jobs added over the year. In December 2012, Texas employers reported 10,904,000 total nonfarm jobs.

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