Harvey recovery expenses are still looming over Houston. Could an extra of about 2.7 billion dollars in state revenue offer some relief?
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar's projecting the state will have somewhere near 2.7 billion dollars more than previously anticipated. Lawmakers will get to decide how to parse out those additional funds when they convene for the next legislative session in January.
In the above audio, Mark Jones, political science fellow at Rice University, joins Houston Matters host Craig Cohen to discuss what this forecast might mean for Houston.