Texas Gov. Perry to sign Merry Christmas bill

A bipartisan bill addressing the possible legal risks of saying "Merry Christmas" in public schools is set to be signed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Also protected in the said law are traditional religious symbols.

The proponent of "Merry Christmas" law says, the bill hopes to take care of ridiculous lawsuits.

Could this solve the issues lingering within Texas public schools? The answer is yet to be realized once the law is in action.

Gov. James Richard "Rick" Perry is the 47th Governor of Texas. He is a Republican and was seated as the state's Lieutenant Governor in 1998. He inherited the seat of governorship in 2000 when predecessor governor George Bush resigned to assume US Presidency.

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