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Rick Perry wades into student election at his alma mater (video)

Texas' longest-serving governor took time away from his new job as the U.S. Secretary of Energy to question the election that resulted in Texas A&M's first openly gay student body president.

In the Texas Political Roundup: Several anti-abortion measures advanced in the state Legislature this week. More than 150 people spoke for and against school choice legislation during an hours-long hearing, and U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry is questioning the legitimacy of an election at his alma mater.

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