DALLAS — Sustained growth in Texas oil and gas production will continue to pump up the state's $8.7 billion rainy day fund, according to a report issued Oct. 8 by a non-partisan research group.

The growth will continue even if Texas voters approve two measures that would tap the fund for water and transportation infrastructure needs, the Texas Taxpayers and Research Association said in its new report, "Rainy Day Flood."

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