DALLAS – A coalition of Texas water utilities and customers want $2 billion from the state’s burgeoning Rainy Day Fund to begin work on a statewide $53 billion water supply effort over the next 50 years.

The H2O4TEXAS Coalition said a revolving loan program financed with the $2 billion from the $8 billion Emergency Stabilization Fund is a conservative approach to providing enough water for future needs.

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