THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
President Bush got data in 2001 from Harriet Miers, at his ranch in Crawford, Texas. Miers, once Bush’s personal lawyer, followed him from Texas to Washington.
THE NOMINEE

By helping out Bush, Miers built her career

Solved issues in Texas and Washington

By Michael Kranish and Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / October 4, 2005

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DALLAS -- When Governor George W. Bush faced a scandal at the Texas state lottery, he turned to Harriet Miers to chair the lottery commission and to deal with the problems. When Bush faced questions about his National Guard service, while running for a second term as governor, he asked Miers, his trusted lawyer, to quell the questions. (Full article: 1039 words)

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