DALLAS -- Texas will sell the first of $250 million of state-backed bonds next month to finance local water projects in the impoverished colonias along the U.S.-Mexico border.

The Texas Bond Review Board yesterday approved six series of taxable and tax-exempt bonds that include $5.4 mullion of bonds to be sold by the Texas Water Development Board as part of its program to aid the economically distressed areas along the border.

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