There's a fight looming at the Texas Legislature: how to balance the state budget for the next two years.
The Texas House's version of the budget pulls $2.5 billion from the state's savings account, also known as the Economic Stabilization Fund, or Rainy Day, Fund. Right now, there's more than $10 billion in that reserve.
The Senate, though, says it doesn't want to pull out any of that money.
But before that debate heats up, we got to wondering how all that money got there in the first place.