AUSTIN — The state will dedicate $4.5 million to the University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology to study seismic activity under a supplemental budget bill approved by the House on Thursday.House lawmakers voted 145-1 to give final approval to the supplemental budget, which holds money to address needs in the current state budget, which ends Aug. 31. The bill now goes to Gov. Greg Abbott, who is expected to sign it. Dallas Democrat Rep. Rafael Anchia secured the money in the state budget to

AUSTIN - Hold on to those holsters, Texans. It’s not legal to carry concealed handguns on college campuses or tote them openly throughout the state — at least not yet. Both the House and the Senate have approved two hotly debated measures to expand gun rights by letting licensed Texans openly carry holstered handguns statewide and bring concealed handguns on any college campus

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