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There is no need for state government spending to exceed the limit- set by the Legislative Budget Board in January," the site reads.
The Texas Legislative Budget Board says the cuts will likely lead nearly 300,000 women to lose family planning and health services, resulting in 20,000 unplanned births.
The Texas Legislative Budget Board proposed cuttting more than 9,600 positions from the 241,000 jobs in state government.
But longer, more comprehensive bills are analyzed through a team effort in which the TDCJ liaison and staff of the Legislative Budget Board work cooperatively to identify the issues, the areas of law amended, the potential impact on Texas, and possible amendments that could lessen or improve any negative fiscal impact to the state.
According to the State Legislative Budget Board recommendations, Texas stands to generate $7.
In January, the Legislative Budget Board released a study that found that dependence on diverting funds grew from about 2.
Legislative Budget Board staff members said a change in budget rules means the vetoed money is off limits until January 2009.
According to figures from the Legislative Budget Board, in 2012 it cost roughly $15,600 per year to keep an inmate in a state jail ($42.