Voters to decide fate of Texas school transportation agency
from Fort Worth Star Telegram
Voters in November will decide whether a Dallas-based school transportation agency facing deep financial trouble will continue operating. Gov. Greg Abbott signed legislation that allows voters to decide the fate of Dallas County Schools, which is responsible for the daily transportation of more than 75,000 students in North Texas. DCS earlier sold public land to combat its financial problems, but taxpayers will have to fund the long-term costs of the $25 million deal.
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