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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Neil Reichenberg
"You may see mortgage situations improve, spending improving, sales tax revenue going up and all of it will help state governments. I think that the recovery has been a slow one and probably not a steady one. I think that the public sector was later into the recession and data would suggest that they would be slower getting out than the private sector," he said.
Neil Reichenberg, executive director of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources, said he hopes the rate of job cuts is ebbing.