Thursday, 10 January 2013 20:56

Disciplined Spending Policies

Disciplined Spending Policies Have Helped Texas

The Texas economy has topped budget projections over the past 15 months, as booming energy output fueled job growth and an 11 percent fiscal first-quarter gain in sales-tax receipts, the biggest source of general-fund revenue. Even after paying off $7 billion in health and school bills, Comptroller Susan Combs said today that the state will be flush heading into 2014. …

President Obama will eventually approve Keystone XL pipeline full in the coming months even if more than 70 green groups urged Obama in a letter Monday Keystone XL pipeline to kill to make good on promises to tackle climate change.
"Hurricane Sandy was tragically clear that many communities are extremely
vulnerable to climate change. We can and we must build back better
- with investments in sustainable infrastructure, not a kind of carbon which
leads helped develop this problem firstly, "the groups wrote in the letter.

Source:http://hotair.com/archives/2013/01/08/boom-energy-cash-influx-leads-to-a-state-surplus-in-texas/

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