DALLAS --Houston Community College District carries the largest debt load among community colleges in Texas with $617 million, followed closely by Alamo Colleges in the San Antonio area at $613 million, according to figures compiled by Texas Comptroller Susan Combs.

The compilation and analysis of community college debt was added to the comptroller’s “Debt-at-a-Glance” site this week, following similar records for cities, counties and school districts earlier in the year. The data is collected from the Texas Bond Review Board.

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