Archive: May, 2021

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May2021
The budget proposal includes full details of the Administration’s priorities for both mandatory and discretionary spending, including spending details for both his American Jobs Plan and American Families Plan that were previously released. Read more.

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May2021
Abbott has the power to veto individual line items he objects to. Read more.

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May2021
Federal guidance prevented Texas officials from limiting schools’ use of federal funds. Read more.

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May2021
With COVID-19 cases continuing to fall and vaccination rates rising, things are beginning to feel a bit more normal. Read more.

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May2021
State adds 13,000 jobs over the month. Read more.

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May2021
Training will assist restaurant owners and operators in adapting to customers’ new expectations. Read more.

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May2021
Rep. Jim Murphy said lawmakers selected projects that would address the state’s nursing and medical professional shortages as the COVID-19 pandemic reiterated additional need for skilled workers. Read more.

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May2021
The solutions will ultimately involve investments in education and training, more affordable and available childcare, sensible immigration reform, and other notable initiatives. Read more.

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May2021
Texas joins 20 other Republican-led states in rescinding the added pay in hopes of forcing workers back into jobs. Read more.

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May2021
Millions of dollars are flowing into job training in Texas, and one tech graduate says, ‘I’m livin’ my dream.’ Read more.

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