Texas voters believe the most pressing issues facing the country are economic, while the most important problems facing Texas are border security and immigration, according to a University of Texas at Austin/Texas Tribune poll released this week.
Hundreds of University of Texas at Austin students are expected to descend upon the State Capitol Tuesday, March 22 to kick off the Invest in Texas Legislative Day 2011. Students dressed in "Invest in Texas" T-shirts will walk from the Student Activity Center (SAC 2.302) to the Capitol's south steps to hold a press conference… » Continue Reading
Texans continue to oppose raising taxes to close the state's budget shortfall but also strongly reject cutting spending on education, health care, criminal justice or environmental regulation to balance the budget, according to a University of Texas at Austin/Texas Tribune poll released this week.
Campus Planning and Facilities Management (CPFM) at The University of Texas at Austin has begun implementing plans to cut about $3.1 million from expenditures to contribute to the university's $14.6 million reduction in annual recurring expenditures.
Faced with a forecast of declining operating budgets, The University of Texas at Austin has begun implementation of a plan to make budget cuts totaling about $14.6 million in annual recurring expenditures.