Certifying the 2018-2019 Texas State Budget: Why It Matters

June 1, 2017

Comptroller Glenn Hegar certified that the Legislature’s new budget is within the Texas Constitution’s “pay-as-you-go” spending limit and the Comptroller’s revenue estimate.The budget will direct state spending for fiscal 2018 and 2019.

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City of Papillion

Voted one of the top 10 Best Places to Live by MONEY Magazine and CNN.com. Voted the 2009 Best Affordable Suburb in Nebraska by Business Week. Papillion has the advantages of small-town living with the convenience of a major metropolitan area only minutes away. Median household income for Papillion is $73,978 per year. Median home price is $156,237, and there are nine colleges or universities within a 20-minute drive. When choosing a place to live, families often consider the school system and crime rates. Papillion is part of an excellent 7,400-student school district with a low 13:1 student-to-teacher ratio. School assignments are based on neighborhoods, and the district recently built a new high school. Papillion students consistently rank among the top in the state in SAT and ACT scores.

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City of Papillion

Voted one of the top 10 Best Places to Live by MONEY Magazine and CNN.com. Voted the 2009 Best Affordable Suburb in Nebraska by Business Week. Papillion has the advantages of small-town living with the convenience of a major metropolitan area only minutes away. Median household income for Papillion is $73,978 per year. Median home price is $156,237, and there are nine colleges or universities within a 20-minute drive. When choosing a place to live, families often consider the school system and crime rates. Papillion is part of an excellent 7,400-student school district with a low 13:1 student-to-teacher ratio. School assignments are based on neighborhoods, and the district recently built a new high school. Papillion students consistently rank among the top in the state in SAT and ACT scores.

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