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December 2003

Texas wind industry rushes to meet growing demand
Watts in the Wind

From the Comptroller:
The Texas Border region is the "Center of the Americas"

State employees rewarded for innovative ideas
Added Incentive

State government responds to computer threats
When Cyber-vandals Attack

Texas joins Mega Millions multi-state lottery
Texas Gets in the Game

Program gives control, choice to Texans with disabilities
Independent Living

A new report finds the Border still faces challenges; Comptroller predicts Super Bowl will be economic win for Texas; Sales tax allocations top $302 million; Comptroller dedicates colonia water project.
Comptroller News

From Our Readers...

Correction: The October issue contained a typographical error in the graphic titled "Low reserves" on p. 13. The statistics listed for the Amistad reservoir were actually correct for Falcon reservoir, and the Falcon reservoir statistics were correct for Amistad reservoir. Fiscal Notes staff regrets the error.

More students are applying to Texas four-year universities.
Texas at a Glance: The Old College Try

Fiscal and economic data
Texas stats

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