Perry’s Startup Fund Under Fire

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AUSTIN, TX – In 2005, Governor Perry created something called the Texas Emerging Technology Fund. It uses taxpayer dollars to help fledgling tech companies in the state get on their feet and running.

So far, more than 130 companies have signed-on and taken some $205-million of your money to build their businesses

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