The Federal Government currently owns 80% of all public land and over 135,000 vacant structures. Autry is calling for the immediate auction of all unused vacant structures and the return of any public land to the States (exceptions will be made for National Monuments and Military structures). All funds raised for this purpose will be used to pay down the National Debt.
The Federal Government must develop and maintain a premium state of the art transportation system (i.e. highways, waterways, rail and air). Where possible, government should relinquish control of such systems to the private market.
Thanks to the business friendly economic climate of Texas, oil, gas and wind industries have made America energy independent and the world’s leading energy producer. Texas leads the way among American energy producers. Congress must continue deregulation of these job creating juggernauts while maintaining and upgrading ports, bridges, and roads.
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