The House version of the non-education portion of the state government budget for the fiscal year that begins on Oct. 1, 2015. This would appropriate $37.9 billion, compared to $37.4 billion originally appropriated the previous year. Of this, $17.1 billion comes from state tax, fee and other revenue, compared to $17.6 billion the previous year. The rest of this budget is federal money ($20.8 billion, compared to $19.8 billion the previous year). The education portion of the budget (K-12, community colleges and state universities) is in House Bill 4115. Altogether, the House proposes to spend $53.7 billion next year, vs. $53.2 billion originally appropriated for the current year.