Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Monday announced the creation of a system that would broadcast descriptions of people suspected of injuring or killing law enforcement officers to the media and on electronic billboards across the state.
Called Blue Alert, the system also would provide information such as the make, model and color of vehicles that suspects were driving and any other details that might help officers find and arrest them.
Governor Rick Perry today launched the Blue Alert network, pursuant to Executive Order RP 68. The program will enable rapid, statewide distribution of information related to offenders who flee after killing or seriously injuring federal, state or local law enforcement officers in the line of duty.
At what price will corn be so expensive that the federal government will decide that it is time to stop driving up the price of food?
Three years ago, Congress imposed a Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) mandate that has forced the gasoline industry to mix massive amounts of corn-based ethanol into the nation's fuel supply. In 2007, Congress nearly
doubled that mandate to require nine billion gallons of ethanol be blended into gas in 2008 and even more in 2009.
Gov. Rick Perry attended the Border Governors Conference this week in California, where he addressed issues like border security, economic development, and agriculture with governors from Arizona, New Mexico, and California, as well as governors from the Mexican states of Baja California, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Sonora, and Tamualipas.
The goal of the Border Governors Conference is to improve security and economic prosperity in the states along the world's busiest international border, representing 90 million inhabitants.
Recently, Governor Perry has taken to the airwaves to promote Texas. In on-air conversations with well-known hosts like Roger Hedgecock, Sean Hannity, Mark Davis, Neal Boortz and others, Gov. Perry has told the story of our state’s strong track record of job creation, hurricane preparedness and the tough line conservative Texans draw on crime.
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