In Pennsylvania, Perry Calls to Energize America

West Mifflin, Pa. —  If Rick Perry was once a jobs candidate without a jobs plan, he is no longer. 

At a steel mill outside Pittsburgh this morning, the Texas governor called for "a 'made in America' energy revolution." 

Looking to turn the corner after a series of flat performances at debates where he was attacked for offering little substance but many sound bites, he delivered the first major economic policy speech of his campaign.

He unveiled a proposal he said would create 1.2 million jobs and "rebuild the engine of American prosperity" focused on increasing domestic production of the ...

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