In some parts of Texas the water supply is dwindling, if not disappearing. Now, state officials are grappling with how to come up with a permanent source of funding for a multi-billion dollar plan to provide drinking…
Next month, Texans will go to the polls to decide whether to help the state get part of the way there. If Proposition 2 on the ballot passes, the Texas Water Development Board, the state’s water-planning agency, will be authorized to lend $6 billion via a bond fund dedicated to building and fixing water infrastructure.
Many of the state’s business heavyweights have lined up behind the