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A maskless Rick Perry stood behind a podium at the state capitol last summer, confidently proclaiming that the air in the wood-trimmed room was safe, even as the spread of the coronavirus’s delta variant was surging throughout much of Texas. Behind the former governor was the official state seal, and flanking that seal were two white plastic-encased, oval-shaped machines with glowing green LED strips at the top that made them resemble high-tech kitchen trash cans. Those machines, a pair of souped-up air filtration units marketed as “COVID killers,” were the reason Perry had summoned members of the news media as he returned to the Capitol for just the second time since leaving state office more than six years earlier. “This,” he declared, “is potentially one…
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