Terry Neese

Distinguished Fellow, National Center for Policy Analysis

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Distinguished Fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis, a nonpartisan think-tank based in Dallas, Texas and  Founder of Women Impacting Public Policy, an organization serving over 550,000 members nationwide; former president of the National Association of Women Business Owners

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The US is expected to lose 200,000 jobs this month and unemployment, now 6.1 percent, could rise to 7 or 8 percent.

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