Maybe Texas government can soften the oil price shock.

Sounds almost blasphemous for a state that worships free markets and disdains Big Brother.

But consider what happened in November: Falling oil prices led to job cuts in oil and gas, and Texas added enough government workers to more than offset the decline.

Keep reading at The Dallas Morning News.

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