Texans celebrate Texas Independence Day earlier this month at the annual 1836 Chuckwagon Race. A letter writer shares stats showing Texas’ unemployment and net job gains since the recession began have been superior to California’s.
Texans celebrate Texas Independence Day earlier this month at the annual 1836 Chuckwagon Race. A letter writer shares stats showing Texas’ unemployment and net job gains since the recession began have been superior to California’s. Sarah A. Miller The Associated Press
Texans celebrate Texas Independence Day earlier this month at the annual 1836 Chuckwagon Race. A letter writer shares stats showing Texas’ unemployment and net job gains since the recession began have been superior to California’s. Sarah A. Miller The Associated Press

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March 26, 2015 5:01 PM

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