Constitutional amendments search results

7 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 3, 1970 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
61st R.S.   SJR 10  2 Repeal of the prohibition against open saloons found in Section 20, Article XVI of the Constitution of the State of Texas.     Adopted
61st R.S.   HJR 15  4 The constitutional amendment reconstituting the State Building Commission as a three-member appointive commission.     Defeated
61st R.S.   SJR 15  3 The constitutional amendment to authorize the Legislature to provide by law for the establishment of a uniform method of assessment of ranch, farm and forest lands, which shall be based upon the capability of such lands to support the raising of livestock and/or to produce farm and forest crops.     Defeated
61st R.S.   HJR 22  7 The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for consolidating governmental offices and functions and allowing political subdivisions to contract for performance of governmental functions in any county.     Adopted
61st R.S.   HJR 28  5 The constitutional amendment authorizing any county, on the vote of a majority of its qualified property taxpaying electors, to issue road bonds in an amount not to exceed one-fourth of the assessed valuation of the real property in the county.     Adopted
61st R.S.   HJR 30  1 The constitutional amendment relating to the removal, retirement, or censure of Justices, Judges, and Justices of the Peace under prescribed circumstances.     Adopted
61st R.S.   SJR 32  6 The constitutional amendment increasing the value of the homestead which is exempt from forced sale.     Adopted

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