The University of Texas System would be spared from having to lay off about a third of its more than 600 employees under the proposed two-year state budget crafted by Texas House and Senate negotiators.
But other spending restrictions — regarding board travel, food and meeting expenses, as well as investigations of the 15 academic and health campuses — would be imposed on the UT System.
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