DALLAS — The Dallas Independent School District should limit its bond proposal to $1.3 billion on the May 10 ballot if it hopes to win voter approval, an advisory committee says.

The district has $2.65 billion of needs over the next eight years, but a recent poll showed that voters would not go that high, officials said.

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