With the state in a prolonged drought, Texans voted in favor of a proposition supporting $2 billion investment in water. Now the real challenge of making sure the money goes conservation and reuse efforts - not slush-fund projects - begins.
Water needs have led to a surprising showing of across-the-aisle cooperation in Texas, a state known for fierce brinkmanship. But certain conservative and independent groups are not on board with the plan going into a November vote.
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