Deuell favors creation of new water fund By Mark Haslett • Sep 30, 2013 TweetShareGoogle+Email Bob Deuell texasgop.com Texas Rep. Bob Deuell supports the ballot initiative that would create a new fund to pay for water infrastructure development in Texas. Listen Listening... / Tomorrow's Water Today, Sept. 30, 2013: Texas Rep. Bob Deuell favors the ballot initiative creating a new fund to pay for water infrastructure development in Texas. (Mark Haslett/KETR) Tags: Tomorrow's Water TodayBob DeuellTexas House District 2SWIFTTexas Water Development BoardTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content It's infrastructure investment, not environmentalism By Mark Haslett • Aug 12, 2013 State of Texas Many Texas business leaders and Republicans are advocating dipping into the state's Rainy Day Fund to the tune of $2 billion to fund the state's water plan. Amendment would start new fund with 'rainy day' money By Mark Haslett • Aug 5, 2013 NPR Two billion dollars. That’s how much money needs to be spent on water projects in Texas, according to the State Legislature. Ballot initiative reflects new era for water needs By Mark Haslett • Jul 29, 2013 Texas Water Development Board In Texas this November, there are no statewide offices on the ballot, but there are decisions for voters. The biggest one has to do with water. North Sulphur project had unintended results By Mark Haslett • Jul 15, 2013 Mark Haslett / KETR If you look at a map of the North Sulphur River as it passes through Fannin County and becomes the border between Lamar and Delta County, you’ll see that it’s suspiciously straight.