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Texas Rep. Seeks End to Tech Fund Transfers After Perry Gives $50M to Texas A&M System for Drug Manufacturing Center

Texas Rep. Jim Pitts (R-Waxahachie), the chairman of the state House of Representatives' Appropriations Committee, last week added language to the state's proposed new budget for Fiscal Year 2010 requiring the 10-member Legislative Budget Board to approve transfers between, or grants from, two funds at the center of a dispute between him and Gov. Rick Perry, the Austin (Tex.) American-Statesman reported.

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