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In a recent commentary, Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase extolled the virtues of Texas’s pro-business environment while subtly cautioning against our state’s legislative moves to prevent financial discrimination based on political ideology. While Mr. Dimon’s recognition of Texas’s business-friendly climate is appreciated, his insinuation that Texas needs the approval or support of his institution underestimates the economic fortitude and principles of the Lone Star State.

Texas’s Economic Clout

 

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