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The Texas Tribune

If approved by Texas voters, $1.5 billion would be used for broadband, telecommunications and 911 services.
Now that the state has received its BEAD allocation, concerns over this federal requirement have clouded initial enthusiasm.
Two universities will lead the effort to build and maintain a robust semiconductor manufacturing economy.
Caseworkers and foster care providers often get incomplete and inaccurate information about foster children in their care because of the state child welfare agency’s outdated technology system.
Texas lawmakers have released bills amounting to $130.1 billion in general revenue.
The agency’s director is asking lawmakers to approve a $467 million active-shooter facility.
Most of the software will be in use by 2024.
The easy-to-remember digits will connect people in crisis to well-established national suicide number.