Sarah Eckhardt

A Democratic county commissioner in Travis County, Texas

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A Democratic county commissioner in Travis County, Texas

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Tax breaks and government subsidies are beloved by politicians to help cities, counties and states increase jobs and grow their economies.

Competing for Private Enterprise with Public Dollars

Tax breaks and government subsidies are beloved by politicians to help cities, counties and states increase jobs and grow their economies.

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Tax breaks and government subsidies are beloved by politicians to help cities, counties and states increase jobs and grow their economies.

The Hidden Cost of Public Assistance to Private Enterprise

Tax breaks and government subsidies are beloved by politicians to help cities, counties and states increase jobs and grow their economies.

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