The state’s Rainy Day Fund is set to have a balance of $23 billion at the end of the current budget cycle.
DPS reported 100 vehicles present at the first incident.
The plan to vote on this ordinance comes after Mayor Kirk Watson tried and failed to end the partnership between the Texas Department of Public Safety and Austin Police Department last week.
The order to terminate the use of taxpayer-funded gas cards came after two El Paso City Council members spent more than $11,000.
Experts say measuring the fentanyl crisis is key to ending it.
Combined scores from the House and the Senate averaged 42 out of 100 points for fiscal responsibility.
The measures passed are meant to educate citizens and crack down on drug dealers to prevent Texans from suffering the deadly consequences of fentanyl.
“Taxpayers simply deserve better.” — Tim Hardin, president of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility
Only 11 Republicans voted against the measure that has been criticized as “picking winners and losers.”
The Republican-controlled chamber killed an amendment that would have provided $20 billion of property tax relief.