Interactive: Close the Texas Budget Shortfall

Texas lawmakers have six weeks left in the regular session, and their struggle with the state's tight 2012-13 budget is expected to take up much of that time. It could even push them into a special session this summer if they can't reconcile differences between the House and Senate over these final weeks.

It's a hard job, and perhaps the best way to show you that is to hand you some of the numbers — the programs that might be cut, the taxes that might be raised — and let you make some choices as to how the $27 ...

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