Parkland hospital bond issue adds a step to ballot for straight-ticket Texas voters
After a decade of debate and one unsuccessful attempt to generate support for a new public hospital in Dallas County, a $747 million hospital bond issue has finally made it onto the Nov. 4 ballot. But supporters of the plan to build a new Parkland Memorial Hospital are worried now that voters won't find the bond measure on the back of the crowded ballot.
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