An Austin consultant nominated to serve on one of the state’s most powerful governing boards not only used to work for its chairman — she’s his sister-in-law.
Annette Raggette’s nomination to serve on the Texas Board of Criminal Justice was rapidly withdrawn Wednesday by Gov. Rick Perry, but questions about the propriety and circumstances of her bid continued to swirl in the Texas Senate.
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