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Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

March

Student Loan Debt in Texas Financial Education, Manageable Debt Keys to Future Economy

Recognizing the impact of the student loan debt crisis, many higher education experts are seeking to develop solutions to ensure Texans get the training they need to succeed.


March

Young Texans: Part 2 Education, Training Essential in the Knowledge Economy

Education increases wages while reducing unemployment. Let's explore the economic trends and educational resources that will determine how well young Texans fare in the job market.


February

New Funding for Early Education New Law Increases Funding for Texas' Youngest Students

A new legislative commitment to early education is funneling hundreds of millions of dollars in additional funding to Texas school districts.


February

Young Texans Demographic Overview

Texas' under-18 population is growing rapidly and will provide our state with a substantial economic advantage — if they have the education and skills they need.


December-January

Redistricting 101 How Census Data Affect Elections

The decennial census serves many purposes, but perhaps none is more significant or far-reaching than the basis it provides for redistricting.


November

Occupational Licensing in Texas How Much is Too Much?

Licensing is the most restrictive form of government occupational regulation — and an increasingly controversial type.


November

Open Government Data The Economic Benefits of Transparency

Government represents a near-inexhaustible source of useful and important data on virtually every aspect of our lives and the economy — and these data are being used by businesses and organizations across the nation.


October

Texas’ Digital Divide The State of Broadband in Texas' Rural Communities

More than 2 million Texas households don’t have high-speed internet — and our state’s vast rural areas are especially underserved. This “digital divide” has serious implications for education, telemedicine, agriculture and small business.


October

Texas Driver’s Licenses A Customer Service Challenge

For years now, the Texas Legislature has worked with the Texas Department of Public Safety, which administers the state’s driver’s license program, to address waiting times and other issues that continue to frustrate Texas residents.


October

Cedar Park Company Aims High with NASA Contract Q&A with Tom Markusic, CEO Firefly Aerospace

“Aerospace in Texas.” That phrase might immediately make you think of NASA and Houston, but don’t overlook Firefly Aerospace in Cedar Park.


September

Fiscal Highlights from the 86th LegislatureLegislative Session Tackled Public Education, Property Taxes

The 86th Texas Legislature met in 2019 to write the state’s next budget and tackle a perennial challenge for Texas lawmakers — meaningful reforms to public education and the state’s local property tax system.


September

Taxing Out-of-State SellersNew State Tax Laws May Bring in $500 Million Annually

In the last two decades, the rapid rise of online sales has upended the retail industry, providing shoppers with an unprecedented variety of options — and posing problems both for brick-and-mortar retailers and the governments that depend on them for sales tax revenue.


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