DALLAS – A bill that would have provided $2 billion of bonds from the Texas rainy day fund for water projects appeared dead in the state House after a procedural move by opponents.

House Democrats, who want to tap the projected $11.8 billion rainy day fund to restore lost funding for education, raised a point of order about the sequence of appropriations, sidelining House Bill 11, which contained the bond program.

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