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Reader Opinion: Good planning

Texas has $10 billion in their rainy day fund. After Harvey it may not be enough. But it shows good planning in a state governed by conservatives--not like Minnesota where the liberals insist on spending every single dollar the state collects.

Texas has $10 billion in their rainy day fund. After Harvey it may not be enough. But it shows good planning in a state governed by conservatives-not like Minnesota where the liberals insist on spending every single dollar the state collects.

Art Becker

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