Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said Jan. 9 that state lawmakers had $104.9 billion in general revenue available for the next state budget. The House and Senate have struggled to stay within that limit.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said Jan. 9 that state lawmakers had $104.9 billion in general revenue available for the next state budget. The House and Senate have struggled to stay within that limit. Eric Gay AP
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said Jan. 9 that state lawmakers had $104.9 billion in general revenue available for the next state budget. The House and Senate have struggled to stay within that limit. Eric Gay AP

The Texas budget battle: the good, the bad and — well, at least it’s not all ugly

April 18, 2017 02:54 PM