DALLAS - Texas lawmakers could vote as early as today on legislation that would restore Houston's $500 million general obligation bond authorization that was invalidated because of faulty ballot wording.

Lawmakers said they are hopeful the measure could come up for a vote today before the House begins debate over a controversial constitutional amendment that would legalize a wealth-sharing school finance law.

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