Oil and gas currently contribute over half of the state's gross domestic product.
Oil and gas currently contribute a third of the state's gross domestic product.
Oil and gas currently contribute a negligible share of the state's gross domestic product
The significance of oil and gas to the state's economy is steadily diminishing.
The significance of oil and gas to the state's economy has always been overestimated.
Government-financed business incentives
Strong labor unions
Has shifted away from agriculture and oil to more diverse manufacturing and high-tech industries
Primarily relies on oil and banking
Is noted for continuing an independence from other countries because of its steady income from oil and gas
Is increasingly becoming more isolated and economically backward
Create a free-trade zone at certain times of the year between Texas and Mexico
Remove import tariffs and other trade barriers between the United States, Canada, and Mexico
Create more low-wage jobs in U.S. border counties
Help the United States import more goods than it exports
Will require a treaty negotiation
Are being addressed by the Border Environmental Cooperation
Will be addressed by new wastewater treatment plants
Both B and C.
To facilitate manufacturing and delivery systems between Mexico and the United States
To bring businesses together in a trade zone
To keep the monies and businesses in the United States
A and B only