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April 22, 2014 11:52 PM

Perry offered to restore vetoed funds if Travis DA quit, sources say

Even after Gov. Rick Perry stripped funding for the office that prosecutes state public corruption cases, his emissaries worked to swap the resignation of the Travis County district attorney for restoration of the money, several sources told The Texas Tribune this week.

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