Texas Gov. Rick PerryJames (Rick) Richard PerryDon’t worry (too much) about Kavanaugh changing the Supreme Court Overnight Energy: Pruitt gone, but investigations remain | Interim EPA chief called Trump a 'bully' in 2016 | Court rules for greens in air pollution case Trump coal plan could lead to 1 pollution-related death for every 2 jobs: study MORE (R) was indicted on felony charges Friday by a grand jury in Austin for abusing his power in a case stemming from a veto threat he made last year.

The grand jury indicted Perry on two felony counts – coercion of public official and abuse of official capacity, according to The Associated Press.

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Rick Perry indicted on charges of abuse of power