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Priorities differ in House and Senate as initial budget drafts emerge


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There is very little consensus between the Senate and House versions of the 2018-19 state budget proposals released early in the 85th legislative session. The Senate’s first draft, written by Sen. Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, accounts for $103.6 billion in spending from the state’s General Revenue Fund, notably below the Comptroller’s Biennial Revenue Estimate, which limited the Legislature to spending $104.89 billion. The House, on the other hand, calls for spending $108.9 billion from the General Revenue Fund, which would include funds not allotted in the revenue estimate.

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