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Perry insists he’s still at least six months away from a decision on 2016 run

New Hampshire Journal
John DiStaso
MANCHESTER – He came to New Hampshire less than a week after the midterm election, looking like a presidential candidate with a schedule that would rival any presidential candidate’s schedule – six stops in two days, including two town halls in unfriendly territory.

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Perry in NH: preparing WH bid, will decide in '15

Houston Chronicle
Kathleen Ronayne
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Monday his tour of New Hampshire is preparation for a second presidential bid, but he won't make a final decision on that until at least May.

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Bipartisan Group of Lawyers Wants Perry Case Dismissed

The Texas Tribune
Terri Langford
A bipartisan group of lawyers led by former Texas Solicitor General James C. Ho filed an amicus brief Monday in Austin, asking a judge to dismiss the case against Gov. Rick Perry.

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Why the Perry indictment should be dismissed: count II (threat of veto), freedom of speech

The Washington Post
Eugene Volokh
As I noted below, Jim Ho and Prerak Shah (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher) and I have filed an amicus brief on behalf of 14 scholars, former judges, and former prosecutors (liberal, conservative, and moderate) arguing that the indictment of Gov. Rick Perry should be dismissed.

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Rick Perry charges should be dismissed, legal scholars say

Austin American-Statesman
Tony Plohetski
Some of the nation’s best-known lawyers and legal scholars will file a request in state district court Monday for a judge to dismiss felony charges against Gov. Rick Perry, saying the indictment against him is unconstitutional and criminalizes “ordinary political acts.”

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