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Richard Williamson

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Texas Issuers Budget for Drilling Boom, Remain Wary of Falling Prices
October 20, 2014 Texas officials like DeWitt County, Texas, Judge Darryl Fowler are riding a boom from oil and gas drilling but know from...

Traffic Moving Eight Months Early on $2.1B North Tarrant Express
October 17, 2014 Four years after its launch, the $2.1 billion North Tarrant Express is open to traffic and providing a financial model for...

Ebola Cases Land Texas Health on Moody's Watch
October 17, 2014 Moody's Investors Service shifted its outlook on Texas Health Resources to "developing" from "positive" after its Dallas...

New Mexico Schools Sue for Higher State Funding
October 17, 2014 Three New Mexico school districts are suing the state to boost funding that ranks among the lowest in the nation per pupil.

Phoenix Gets $103M Sky Harbor Project Moving
October 16, 2014 The Phoenix City Council has approved a $103 million construction contract for the first phase of a $590 million renovation of...

Arizona Deficit Muffles Call for Ending Income Tax
October 15, 2014 Arizona's Treasurer and Republican candidate for governor is easing off calls for elimination of the income tax amid a $520...

Financial Advisor Pays $450,000 to Settle Texas Collusion Probe
October 14, 2014 Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott reached a settlement with Houston-area financial advisor R. Craig Rathmann, accused of...

Love Field Enters New Era as Home of Southwest
October 10, 2014 More than four decades after Southwest Airlines landed at Love Field, the Dallas airport is finally unshackled from the Wright...

Texas Sales Tax Revenues Rise 7.9% in September
October 9, 2014 Texas sales tax revenue rose 7.9% in September to $2.17 billion, marking the 54th straight month of increases, but concerns...

$150M Conroe ISD Deal Provides New Money, Savings
October 8, 2014 Conroe Independent School District in the northern suburbs of Houston sees strong demand for $150 million of bonds that...


Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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