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At the same time he was receiving controversial stem cell treatments for back pain, Texas Gov. Rick Perry was pushing legislation paving the way for a company co-owned by his doctor to become the first state-approved "bank" to store and cultivate such cells for medical treatment. NBC News national investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff reports.