DALLAS — The $164.5 billion state budget adopted last week by a Texas House committee could cost the state more than 335,000 jobs over the next two years, according to an economic impact report from the Legislative Budget Board.

The LBB analysis released Thursday estimated that Texas would have 271,746 fewer jobs in 2012 and 335,244 fewer jobs in 2013 if the proposed budget becomes law.

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