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Schwarzenegger, Perry, Napolitano, Richardson urge "comprehensive" immigration reform - 08/26/06

... Schwarzenegger of California, Rick Perry of Texas, Janet Napolitano of Arizona, and Bill Richardson of New Mexico) have sent a letter House Speaker Dennis Hastert and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist urging them to pass "comprehensive" immigration "reform". While Perry says they aren't endorsing either the House or the Senate bill, they are in fact endorsing the Senate's version due to their...

Rick Perry on immigration, Trans-Texas Corridor - 07/19/06

There's an interview here where he's asked about those questions. However, I was unable to get their video player to work, so I don't know how he responded.

Border incursions: CBP wants investigation; Mexico issues border ban - 01/26/06

... enough, I don't believe her. Gov. Rick Perry has ordered an investigation into the episode. "Whether indeed members of the Mexican military crossed into Texas, or they were thugs dressed up as Mexican military, the incident is unacceptable and troubling," said Perry spokeswoman Kathy Walt. I'm slightly less skeptical of their investigation. Meanwhile: A day after as many as 20 armed men...

TX Gov. Rick Perry unveils "blueprint for border security" - 10/13/05

... government to do its job, Texas Gov. Rick Perry unveiled what he called a comprehensive blueprint for border security, which includes the use of the Texas National Guard for training and for deployment in emergencies... The governor said the National Guard troops would be used only for emergencies and not for routine patrolling of the 1,200-mile long Texas-Mexico border... ...Perry's plan...

Loony Texans oppose Minutemen; Perry offers lukewarm support - 09/24/05

... from me. As for Texas Gov. Rick Perry, here's what he says: "I fully understand and can appreciate the frustration that many Texans and others across the nation have with illegal immigration... The federal government can and must do more to close the border to illegal immigration... Until that happens, these kinds of citizen-initiated efforts likely will be the result. If you want to send...

Trans-Texas Corridor: "there's something wrong going on in Texas" - 09/16/05

... wrong going on in Texas." Gov. Rick Perry proposed the Trans-Texas Corridor in 2002 as a way to handle current and future trade traffic and population growth by providing an alternative to the state's interstate system... More information starts in "Gov. Rick Perry's vision of the Trans-Texas Corridor".

Gov. Rick Perry's vision of the Trans-Texas Corridor - 08/26/05

Texas' Republican Gov. Rick Perry wants to build a massive scar across that state called the "Trans-Texas Corridor". It would consist of roads, railway lines, and energy transport pipelines and, in some places, it would be one-quarter of a mile wide. Now, Raytheon has been selected to provide the booth-less toll part of the massive project. Don't have a toll pass? You'll get a bill in the mail...

Dueling over a scar - 02/09/05

... the Trans Texas Corridor, Gov. Rick Perry's $184 billion plan to build megahighways around the state. While the Legislature would seem unlikely to put the brakes on Perry's ambitious transportation plan, lawmakers appear willing to start tinkering with policies regarding tolls, eminent domain and just how wide the corridor will be. "Change brings about cause for concern," said Sen. Todd Staples...

A quarter-mile scar across the Texas landscape - 01/05/05

... envisioned by Republican Gov. Rick Perry in 2002, would be a 4,000-mile transportation network costing $175 billion over 50 years, financed mostly if not entirely with private money. The builders then would charge motorists tolls... ...they would be megahighways - corridors up to a quarter-mile across, consisting of as many as six lanes for cars and four for trucks, plus railroad tracks, oil and...

"New ID Cards Help Immigrants Keep Their Money Safe" - 09/30/04

... card as identification, Governor Rick Perry continues to oppose the use of the cards as legal ID in Texas. He says Mexico still lacks a formal birth registry system to keep track of its citizens. Like I said, the preceding is alleged to be a news report. Now, go read "Consular IDs help illegals evade immigration law" or Their Money or Your Safety for the real story.