DALLAS — The Texas Water Development Board could have up to $6 billion of outstanding bonds that finance projects across the state if voters approve a proposed constitutional amendment on Nov. 18.

The authorization for the self-supporting general obligation bonds would raise the limit on the board’s total outstanding debt from the $2 billion approved by voters in 2001.

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