April 18, 2011 - Illinois State Senator Roger Keats - On moving to Texas from Illinois
January 15, 2010 - Bill Bennett - Host, Morning in America
January 14, 2010 - Michael Quinn Sullivan - President, Texas for Fiscal Responsibility
June 4, 2010 - Richard Morales - Veteran, Student at St. Philip's College
July 29, 2009 - Georgeanne Warnock, Administrator R. L. Turner High School
From the small towns of West Texas to the streets of the Lone Star State’s largest cities, it’s been said that the best part of living in Texas is having a Texan for a neighbor. Keeping the state out of the way and letting those neighbors work together to solve local challenges is the most reliable way to ensure Texas remains the best place in the nation to live, work and raise a family.
» Gov. Perry proposed amendments that would require a two-thirds vote of the Legislature to increase taxes, and require the Legislature to limit growth in the state budget to no more than growth in population and inflation combined.
» Gov. Perry advocated an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, requiring Congress to balance the federal budget.
» Gov. Perry announced nearly $800,00 in grants to combat human trafficking.
» Gov. Rick Perry announced initiatives to increase the monitoring and punishment of the most dangerous sex offenders, building on the success of recent initiatives like the Texas Ten Most Wanted Sex Offender list.
» Gov. Perry has also recommended creating a tax incentive for employers who grant their employees two hours a week of paid time off to return to school or study for their GED. Once the employee has received their diploma or GED, the employer is then eligible to receive $1,500 per student in credit toward sales tax liability.
» Gov. Perry signed House Bill (HB) 4765 to cut taxes for Texas small business owners
» Gov. Perry signed legislation protecting Texas property owners.
News & Announcements
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 Austin, Texas Press Release
ICYMI: Gov. Perry Hails Texas As Haven of Personal Freedom in California Opinion Column
In an opinion piece in today's Orange County Register, Gov. Rick Perry touts Texas as a haven for both personal and economic freedom, urging states seeking growth to adopt Texas' successful formula of low taxes, predictable regulations and fair courts.
Friday, June 06, 2014 Austin, Texas Press Release
Statement by Governor Perry on D-Day Anniversary
Tuesday, June 03, 2014 Austin, Texas Press Release
In Case You Missed It: Texas Tops Fortune 1000 List
Texas is home to 103 Fortune 1000 companies - more than any other state - in addition to 52 Fortune 500 companies, according to Fortune Magazine's 2014 rankings.
Tuesday, June 03, 2014 Houston, Texas Press Release
Gov. Perry Helps Launch Statewide Ad Campaign Against Human Trafficking
Thursday, May 29, 2014 Austin, Texas Noteworthy
Tort Reform Means More Doctors for Texans