Comptroller Glenn Hegar has rosy projections for the state’s Rainy Day Fund savings account over the next two years.
Comptroller Glenn Hegar has rosy projections for the state’s Rainy Day Fund savings account over the next two years. Ralph Barrera AP
Comptroller Glenn Hegar has rosy projections for the state’s Rainy Day Fund savings account over the next two years. Ralph Barrera AP

Drawing from flush ‘Rainy Day Fund’ could reduce state’s debt

March 19, 2015 05:52 PM

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