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TX: Transportation Bond's Supporters Pile Up Heavy Fundraising Advantage

The campaign to pass Austin's $720 million transportation bond initiative, powered by donations from real estate, development, engineering and construction individuals and companies, has raised eight times as much money as opponents of the measure.
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