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Texas Democrats: Biden’s energy policies will cost jobs, create dependence on foreign oil

The Democrats, from predominantly oil- and gas-dependent districts in Texas, are facing tough re-election…

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Texas’ 10th annual Hiring Red, White & You! scheduled

Governor Greg Abbott invited Texas employers, veterans, and military families to participate in the tenth annual Hiring Red, White &…

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Supply-chain woes, labor shortages and COVID-19 slow resilient Texas economy

While demand has improved from year-ago levels, supply-chain disruptions and labor shortages have limited output growth and pushed up wages…

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Texas Comptroller continues Good for Texas Tour: Supply Chains Edition

“There are risks and vulnerabilities in the supply chain systems that have been designed over the last several decades, which…

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September brought 194,000 new jobs, far less than expected

Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 194,000 in September, and the unemployment rate fell by 0.4 percentage points to...

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Hays County, local municipalities receive over $7.8 million in combined monthly sales tax revenue for October

According to the comptroller's website, they have sent the Hays County and...

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State sales tax revenue totaled $3.1 billion in September

“September state sales tax collections rebounded sharply above last year’s pandemic-depressed level while strongly surpassing..."

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TWC child care funding to assist service industry workers

Subsidized child care program expanded with an emphasis on industries hit hardest by the pandemic...

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Plastikon Industries to bring 200+ manufacturing jobs to Hays County

“Hays County is strategically located for our business operations, and when you add in the huge talent pool, the available…

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Inflation remains high as Congress considers new spending

By Casey Harper | The Center Square New federal data released Tuesday showed a continued trend of elevated inflation. The…

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