DALLAS (AP) — The Texas Division of Public Security is dropping its plan to cost regulation enforcement for state crime lab providers this fall.
The announcement got here Friday after Gov. Greg Abbott despatched a letter to DPS Director Steven McCraw.
The letter requested the DPS to drop the proposed cost for forensic evaluation of managed substances, toxicology and DNA that was to have been levied Sept. 1.
PBS officers had stated fees have been believed crucial after state lawmakers accepted a finances eradicating virtually $12 million from the division’s annual finances.
Some costs included $seventy five for alcohol evaluation and $550 for DNA evaluation.
Abbott’s letter says almost $sixty three million in further cash has been allotted to make sure the lab can proceed to function.
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