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  • An economic model with less government intervention and interference aka Texas's cowboy capitalism will outperform a heavy-handed model and create more jobs and opportunities, and stronger economic growth.

    California vs. Texas: Debating Their Economic Policies

  • Big Decision Among provisions in Texas's proposed measure on abortion:

    Texas Legislation Adds Conditions on Abortion

  • Comerica plans to acquire Texas's Sterling Bancshares for $1.03 billion in stock while also reporting a swing to a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter profit and setting aside less to cover loan losses.

    Business Watch

  • "We look forward to making our case in federal court that Texas's inexplicable refusal to grant Mr. Skinner access to evidence for DNA testing is fundamentally unfair and cannot stand," Owen said in a statement.

    Supreme Court rules for Texas death row inmate in DNA case

  • In the House, Republicans have gained 60 seats so far with 11 Democratic districts -- Kentucky's 6th, Georgia's 2nd, Illinois's 8th, Michigan's 9th, Texas's 27th, Arizona's 7th and 8th, New York's 25th, California's 11th and 20th and Washington's 2nd -- too close too call.

    Election 2010: Republicans net 60 House seats, 6 Senate seats and 7 governorships

  • One reason for the group's divergence with government is that it fields practicing oncologists from institutions like Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, the University of Texas's M.D. Anderson and Memorial Sloan-Kettering in New York.

    A Second Avastin Opinion

  • Based on his conversations with CEOs and other business leaders, Mr. Fisher says one of Texas's huge competitive advantages is its ongoing reform of the tort system, which has driven litigation costs to record lows.

    The Lone Star Jobs Surge

  • Texas's overall spending burden remains below what it was in 1987—a remarkable feat.

    California Dreamin'—of Jobs in Texas

  • Texas's Hispanic population soared 41%, accounting for two-thirds of the state's growth.

    Births Fuel Hispanic Growth

  • Complicating the Perry decision is the fact that Texas's biennial legislature will not meet again until 2013, after the federal deadline.

    Health Law Puts Governors in Pickle

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