Texas higher ed, science infrastructure bonds advance to House

A bill authorizing $3.1 billion worth of bonds for construction projects at more than 50 Texas public colleges and health research institutions has advanced out of committee and will go before the full Texas House of Representatives, reports the Austin American-Statesman.

The bill would fund an $80 million renovation of the University of Texas at Austin chemistry building, another $80 million for a bioresearch facility at Texas A&M University in College Station, $63 million for an engineering building…

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