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Should Texas Lawmakers Increase Education Funding? [POLL]

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During the 2011 legislative session, state lawmakers cut over $5 billion from education. The legislature was dealing with a budget shortfall at the time and lawmakers argued that cuts needed to happen. Texas now has a surplus and the focus is back on education. Education lobbyists argue that lawmakers should add money back into education in order to fund services for the next two years.

Do you think Texas lawmakers should add the $5 billion or more back into education? Or should lawmakers leave the funding at the current levels? Let us know what you think in today’s KFYO Poll of the Day.


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