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Video: Senate Signals Big Changes In Store For HB 1

The Texas House sent its budget blueprint to the Senate this week. But many senators say those cuts are too deep, and they're ready to make some drastic changes.

The Texas House sent its budget blueprint to the Senate this week. The majority voted to cut spending by $23 billion on state services ranging from nursing home and Medicaid reimbursements to public education and scholarships for incoming college students. Many senators say those cuts are too deep, and they're ready to make some drastic changes. 

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