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Gov. Blow-dry makes pal's wife state's czar of fitness Pay for unposted job is $40,000 a year for 30-hour weeks, with work done from home At Gov. Rick Perry's request, state health officials reportedly have created a $40,000 fitness promotion job for the wife of a top-dollar lobbyist with close ties to the governor.
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Experts debating case of Texas online open records Faced with a tradition of an open court process colliding with concerns over identity theft and privacy, media and legal experts in Texas are debating how much access the public should have to court records on the Internet.
Obesity to be covered by Medicare Health officials drop a long-held view that being overweight is not an illness. Several procedures that improve lives will be covered.
CAPPS 2 airline passenger database scheme postponed The Bush administration has decided to scale back the debut of a vast airline passenger screening program until after the election.
Penis-shot-off trial starts, suspect flees The victim said physicians sewed his penis back on. "But it still ain't right," he testified. "They told me I can't have kids. It's just not normal like it used to be."
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