Texas’s population and political power are growing. Here’s why., Swahili Post

Texas’s population and political power are growing. Here’s why.

Texas’s population and political power are growing. Here’s why., Swahili Post

Pia Orrenius of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said, “We were basically oil, cotton and cattle in the 1980s, or I would say as far back as the 70s. We went, in 20 years, from oil, cotton and cattle to having a sizable high tech industry, a sizable telecom industry, a sizable manufacturing industry, a downstream energy industry. We’ve been able to diversify into a very broad range of industries. As these industries grow, we grow with them.”

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