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Joe B Garza Shares Art with ACG Dallas

Bill Perston November 14, 2012, Dallas based attorney Joe B. Garza opened his Dallas home and The Garza Private Collection to the members of ACG Dallas – Fort Worth for an evening of networking.  ACG, the Association of Corporate Growth, is the premier global association for professionals involved in corporate …

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As Boehner And Obama Exchange Ultra-Partisan Proposals, Fiscal Cliff Would Push Joblessness Above 10%

Great article by Agustino Fontevecchia on Forbes, evaluating the large scale joblessness expected from the fiscal cliff. He goes on to explain that President Obama and Boehner continue to exchange extremely partisan ideas, rather than actually fixing the problem itself. Read more here:

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How The Fiscal Cliff Will Impact Our Innovation Economy

Interesting article by Rebecca Bagley from Forbes. She calmly examines and succinctly describes the impacts of the impending fiscal cliff on our economy. She goes on to warn us of dramatic job loss, and loss of support for innovative programs bringing new technologies and jobs to us. Read More Here:

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Dallas Attorney Joe Garza Opens Home To Snowball Express

October 23, 2012, Joe Garza, a Dallas based attorney opened his home once again to host a fundraiser benefiting The Snowball Express.  The event was a Piano-Duo concert hosted by Plano based attorney Raymund King. Attendees were treated to the musical talents of Elida Dakoli and Dr. Gustavo Tolosa.  Dakoli …

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Joe B. Garza Hosts Fundraiser for Jason Villalba

State House candidate Jason Villalba — battling in a GOP runoff to represent Lake Highlands and North Dallas — brought out his heavyweight support Friday at a fundraiser hosted by fellow Dallas attorney Joe Garza. Villalba, who’s running his first political campaign, faces former state Rep. Bill Keffer in the …

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Democrats and the Tax Cliff

Several Senators suggest they may not want to take the November leap.   President Obama has staked his re-election on the promise to raise taxes on anyone making more than $200,000 a year, but it’s going to be fascinating to see if he can hold other Democrats through Election Day. …

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