AUSTIN — Starting the final weekend of a legislative session that may be the last under Gov. Rick Perry, the Texas Senate passed a roughly $100 billion state budget Saturday that mostly reverses historic spending cuts to public schools and squeezes most of the revenue spoils of a resurgent Texas economy.
The House delayed a vote on the budget until today. That’s the last chance for the Legislature to pass bills before the session adjourns Monday — though lawmakers may not be going home.
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