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A report suggests that state water planners have drastically overestimated how much water Texas will need by 2060.
The Texas Legislature proclaimed Kenedy, Texas the Horned Lizard Capital of Texas. These days horny toads are scarce. What happened?
Texas voters continued their streak, since 1985, of approving big-ticket water funding at the polls. Prop 6, despite 11th hour opposition from some tea party groups and environmentalists, passed handily.
Amid worsening drought, the House overwhelmingly approved a plan to seed the state water plan with $2 billion today.
There is a risk that funding the $53 billion Texas water plan could create a slush-fund for giant, unnecessary infrastructure projects. Lawmakers should prioritize conservation.