No Clear Signals on Budget, UT/TT Poll Finds

Four months of hearing about the state's budget problems hasn't changed the minds of Texas voters. According to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, registered voters still want lawmakers to cut the budget, but they still oppose the major cuts in education and health and human services that cutting the budget requires.

Legislators are working out the final details of a 2012-13 state budget that cuts $15 billion from current spending, including $4 billion in cuts to public education and huge cuts in variety of health and human services programs. A final vote on that budget ...

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