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6 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 11, 1967 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
60th R.S.   HJR 3  1 For the constitutional amendment allowing counties to put all county taxes into one general fund.     Adopted
60th R.S.   SJR 6  4 For the Amendment to the Constitution authorizing each county in this state to pay the medical bills, doctor bills and hospital bills for all Sheriffs, Deputy Sheriffs, Constables, Deputy Constables and other county and precinct law enforcement officials who are injured in the course of their official duties; providing that the county shall continue to pay the maximum salary of these officials while they are incapacitated, but such salary payment shall not continue beyond the terms of office to which they were elected or appointed.     Adopted
60th R.S.   HJR 12  5 For the amendment to the Constitution of Texas adding a new section to be known as Section 49-e of Article III, authorizing the issuance and sale of Seventy-Five Million ($75,000,000) in bonds by the State of Texas to create the Texas Park Development Fund to acquire lands for State Park sites and to develop State Parks.     Adopted
60th R.S.   HJR 17  3 For the amendment to extend the Veterans' Land Program by authorizing the sale of bonds to increase the Veterans' Land Fund for the purpose of purchasing land in Texas to be sold to Texas veterans who served in the Armed Services of the United States between September 16, 1940, and the date of formal withdrawal of United States troops from the present armed conflict in Viet Nam, which amendment would amend Section 49-b, Article III of the Constitution of Texas, and provide for an additional $200,000,000 in bonds, such funds to be expended in accordance with instructions and requirements to be provided by law.     Adopted
60th R.S.   HJR 27  6 For the constitutional amendment allowing non-elective state officers and employees to serve in other non-elective offices or positions under this state or the United States until September 1, 1969, and thereafter only if authorized by the Legislature, if the offices or positions are of benefit to Texas or are required by state or federal law, and there is no conflict of interest with the original office or position; prohibiting elected officers under this state or the United States from holding any other office or position under this state; and adding members of the Air National Guard, Air National Guard Reserve, Air Force Reserve, and retired members of the Air Force to the list of persons exempted.     Adopted
60th R.S.   HJR 37  2 For the constitutional amendment to permit municipalities, other political subdivisions, and state-supported entities located within hospital districts to participate in the establishment, maintenance, support, or operation of mental health services, mental retardation services, or public health services.     Adopted

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