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Texas Association of Business Announces Support for Casino Gambling in Texas

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The TAB says that if approved, SJR 64 could allow for the creation of a minimum of 75,000 jobs and $8.5 billion in economic growth for Texas.

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University Medical Center Ranked as the Best Place to Work in Texas

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UMC has been ranked in the top three companies for five of the past six years, but this is the first time the group has received the No. 1 spot.

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Fewer Texans With Higher Education Unemployed, Data Shows

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“It’s clear we need to ensure that every Texan has access to postsecondary education,” said Texas Association of Business President and CEO Bill Hammond.

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Rick Perry Gives State of the State Address, Officeholders Weigh In

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The state’s longest serving governor called on the Legislature to provide at least $1.8 billion in tax relief.

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Texas Association of Business Annual Conference to Feature Rick Perry, Other Officeholders

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Panel discussions with legislative leaders on issues such as education, healthcare, water, workforce demographics, and transportation will also be held.

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Texas Association of Business Proposes Tax Relief Plan

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TAB President Bill Hammond says that leftover money should be given back to the taxpayers and businesses through tax breaks.

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John Cornyn Chosen as U.S. Senate Republican Minority Whip

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Cornyn said "Core Texas values like hard work, limited government, and individual liberty will continue to guide me in this new role. I look forward to working with the Conference to tackle the major hurdles before us, beginning with the looming fiscal cliff.”

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Texas Association of Business Joins Lawsuit For Education Efficiency

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TAB President and CEO Bill Hammond says that there are many state laws and regulations that require or encourage school districts to spend money inefficiently in ways that do not produce results.

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More Hispanic, African-American Students Taking SAT in Texas

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In 2012’s graduating class, 58 percent of public school seniors took the SAT, a 5.7 percent increase in participation from the class of 2011, according to a press release.

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Lawsuit Reforms Good for Texas Business, Survey Says

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The poll also found that almost 89 percent of respondents agree that lawsuit reform has had a positive or somewhat positive impact on business climate.

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