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Rick Perry's Taxpayer-Funded Security Costs Rise

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Aside from President Obama, Perry -- the only sitting governor in the 2012 race -- has the largest security contingent, and apparently the only one on the Republican side financed by taxpayers.

Read the whole story at The Texas Tribune

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