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R.I. firm was subject of probe when Miers ran Texas lottery

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / October 5, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- When George W. Bush became governor of Texas in 1995, he chose Harriet E. Miers to sit on the problem-plagued lottery commission, which was then wrestling with accusations of financial improprieties involving the Rhode Island company that ran the sweepstakes. (Full article: 812 words)

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