Constitutional amendments search results

9 amendment(s) found [ Election date: August 5, 1969 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
61st R.S.   HJR 3  1 The constitutional amendment to repeal the obsolete, superfluous and unnecessary sections of the Constitution.     Adopted
61st R.S.   HJR 4    The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for payment of assistance to surviving spouses and minor children of governmental officers, employees, and agents, including members or organized volunteer fire departments and certain organized police reserve units, who have hazardous duties and are killed in the performance of those duties.     Adopted
61st R.S.   SJR 6  4 The Constitutional amendment to exempt nonprofit water supply corporations from taxation.     Defeated
61st R.S.   HJR 7  6 The constitutional amendment to remove the constitutional interest rate limitations, subject to limits imposed by the Legislature, for bonds issued pursuant to constitutional authority.     Defeated
61st R.S.   HJR 8    The constitutional amendment to provide for annual legislative sessions.     Defeated
61st R.S.   SJR 8  5 The Constitutional Amendment providing for assistance to and/or medical care on behalf of the needy ages, the needy blind, the needy disabled, and the needy dependent children and their caretakers; establishing Eighty Million Dollars ($80,000,000) as the maximum amount that may be paid per year from state funds for assistance only; allocating and appropriating additional sums supplementing current legislative appropriations for assistance grants; and authorizing the Legislature to enact such laws as may be necessary in order that federal matching money will be available for assistance and/or medical care.     Adopted
61st R.S.   HJR 9  2 The constitutional amendment broadening the powers of the Texas Water Development Board and the purposes of the Texas Water Development Fund; eliminating the interest limitations on Texas Water Development Bonds; raising the authorized amount of Texas Water Development Bonds by $3,500,000,000; extending the maturity schedule on Texas Water Development Bonds; eliminating the procedures for curtailment and the curtailment date of financial assistance to be provided by the Texas Water Development Board.     Defeated
61st R.S.   SJR 31  3 The constitutional amendment providing that the Lieutenant Governor and the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall receive a salary fixed by the Legislature, not to exceed one-haled the salary of the Governor; providing that the Legislature shall fix the salary of the other members, not to exceed that received by a district judge from state funds; and removing the 120-day limitation on per diem for regular sessions.     Defeated
61st R.S.   HJR 50    The Constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for additional loans to students at institutions of higher eduction under the Texas Opportunity Plan.     Adopted

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