DALLAS — Top Texas leaders have asked state agencies to cut their fiscal 2011 budgets by 2.5% due to lower-than-expected revenue during the first year of the state’s current two-year budget cycle.

The proposed cuts are in addition to 5% cuts sought earlier this year and a potential additional 10% reduction in state spending, or some $3 billion a year, in fiscal 2012 and 2013.

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