Perry's Chief of Staff Returning to Old Job

Ann Bishop, Gov. Rick Perry's newly hired chief of staff, is returning to her former job heading the state's Employees Retirement System, the governor's office confirmed on Wednesday. 

Bishop was named chief of staff in November, following Perry's appointment of her predecessor, Jeff Boyd, to the Texas Supreme Court. It was intended at the time to be temporary; in fact, ERS put an "interim" executive director in her place, planning for her eventual return to the top post there. 

“I owe a debt of gratitude to Ann, for agreeing to lend her time to ...

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