DALLAS - Separate versions of a two-year state budget introduced Tuesday in the Texas Legislature may require a draw on the state's $9.1 billion budget stabilization fund to avoid a revenue shortfall of as much as $3.7 billion.

Usually the Legislature submits a single proposed budget based on numbers from the Legislative Budget Board, but this year both chambers offered their own versions.

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