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From 2008-2016, smaller Texas created 400,000 more jobs than California

In any comparison of California and Texas, the issue of job creation should be a major factor to consider.  Not surprisingly, since the start of the 2008 recession, Texas has been doing a terrific job, while California is only now recovering from its deeper recession — a problem exacerbated by the anti-business taxes and regulations in the Golden State.

Indeed, Texas pulled the entire country out of the recession sooner, in large part because of the Lone Star State’s excellent business climate ant the resulting robust job market.

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