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CHIP Could Face Budget Cuts (KFOX 14 El Paso)
A handful of local lawmakers met Sunday evening to discuss proposed cuts in the federal budget that will affect communities like El Paso. They say they want to pressure Republicans to change their minds about proposed budget cuts.

Fort Bend legislators disagree on House budget (The Herald-Coaster)
Two Fort Bend County state reps say the recently-passed House budget is too big. One says it fails to fund basic services. All have expressed major reservations.

Texas House approves two-year budget (KRIS-TV Corpus Christi)
The Texas House approved a $137.5 billion state budget early Thursday that increases spending on public education and health and human services while making cuts to other government agencies.

Texas House OKs spending plan (Houston Chronicle)
The Texas House approved a $137.5 billion state budget early today that increases spending on public education and health and human services while making cuts to other government agencies.

Budget puts EP medical school on ''wish list'' Gary Scharrer (El Paso Times)
AUSTIN -- A new state budget spending heavily on education and health moved through the Texas House on Wednesday night. Supporters said the plan meets basic needs as critics complained it shortchanges children.

Texas House OKs spending plan (Houston Chronicle)
Texas House members wrangled about state spending priorities for more than 17 hours and into the night before approving a $137.5 billion budget for 2006-07 early today.

Texas'' Budget Debate Heating Up (KXAN 36 Austin)
Texas lawmakers are fighting over how to spend your hard-earned money.

House approves two-year budget (Plainview Daily Herald)
. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed."/> The Texas House approved a $137.5 billion state budget early Thursday that increases spending on public education and health and human services while making cuts to other government agencies.

Highlights Wednesday from the Texas Legislature (Plainview Daily Herald)
. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed."/> The Texas House took its turn Wednesday debating the state budget as it considered a $137.5 billion spending plan for the next two years.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (The Monitor)
To the editor: Re: Mr. Rick Roblesʼ letter ("Respect for immigrants," April 7). There are a few things I would like to point out to Mr. Robles and his hermano:...

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