Prop 6: Where Statewide Candidates Stand on Water Funds

Amid an extended severe drought and a burgeoning population, Texas is faced with finding a solution to ensure that the state's water needs are met now and in the future.

On Nov. 5, Texans will vote on Proposition 6, a proposal to amend the state Constitution to create a water development bank for projects designated to help meet the state's need for water. The proposition would allow the state to divert $2 billion from the Rainy Day Fund, the state's savings account, to fund these projects.

Some lawmakers oppose the measure and are urging Texans to vote ...

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