Perry has talked about his aspirations for Ukraine to become “the Texas of Europe.” On the corporate cronyism front, he may just have succeeded.
As the Legislature considers greenlighting hemp production, a litany of farmers, rural economic development advocates and even conservative Republicans are singing its praises.
The impending closure of the 650-megawatt Oklaunion plant is more writing on the wall for the state’s power generators.
The state and federal government have inked a new deal for supplemental Medicaid funds, but what does it mean for rural hospitals?
As energy secretary, Perry is proposing to guarantee profits for uncompetitive coal plants in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest.
What does Greg Abbott want?
As governor, Perry did favors for a nuclear waste company formerly owned by a top donor. Will he do the same on a national stage?