Watch Comptroller Glenn Hegar discuss the state’s economy and more at The Texas Tribune Festival
Hegar also talked about how to keep Texas business-friendly and what another wave of COVID-19 could mean for the state budget.
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Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar was elected to his statewide role in 2014. He serves as Texas’ treasurer, check writer, tax collector, procurement officer and revenue estimator.
Watch him talk about the state of Texas’ economy during a Texas Tribune Festival interview with Ross Ramsey, the Tribune’s executive editor.
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