DALLAS - Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on Monday promised to veto aspects of the fiscal 2010 budget passed by the Legislature last week so lawmakers can provide more money for higher education.

Jindal said he would veto any spending that depended on the Legislature passing several measures in the final two weeks of the regular session, including a delay in a scheduled reduction in the income tax rate, drawing on a dormant insurance incentive fund, and tapping into the state's budget stabilization fund.

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