State Comptroller Susan Combs has reported that Texas will end the current two-year budget cycle in 2015 with a $2.6 billion surplus — and her estimates usually are conservative, so the number could go higher. Meanwhile, more than two-thirds of the state’s school districts are suing the state, saying Texas underfunds public education. Should Texas part with more of its cash, devoting it to education or some other use?
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