Texans—already starved for public land—have bid adieu to Farfield Lake State Park, a well-visited patch of parkland between Dallas and Houston.
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
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After two decades of looting state park funding, lawmakers appropriated nearly $350 million this session, greenlit development of a new state park and gave voters a chance to maintain a long-term source.
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Texas Parks and Wildlife commissioner Kelcy Warren is also the CEO of controversial pipeline builder Energy Transfer Partners.