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3 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 5, 1946 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
49th R.S.   SJR 5    For the constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to pay for building constructed for John Tarleton Agricultural College     Adopted
49th R.S.   HJR 10    For the Constitutional Amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide a Retirement, Disability and Death Compensation System for the officers and employees of the State of Texas and authorizing counties to provide such system for the appointive officers and employees of the counties of the State of Texas.     Adopted
49th R.S.   HJR 49    For the Amendment to the Constitution of the State providing that subject to legislative appropriation, allocation and direction all net revenues derived from taxes, except gross production and ad valorem taxes, levied on motor fuels and lubricants and motor vehicle registration fees shall be used for the sole purposes of acquiring rights-or-way for and constructing and maintaining public roadways; for the administration of laws pertaining to traffic and safety; and for the payment of principal and interest on county and road district bonds or warrants voted or issued prior to January 2, 1939, and declared eligible for debt service prior to January 2, 1945; providing that one-fourth (1/4) of such net revenue from the motor fuel tax shall be allocated to the Available School Fund; providing and insuring that each county shall never derive less revenue from motor registration fees than the maximum amounts and percentages of such fees allowed to be retained by each county under the laws in effect on January 1, 1945; and negativing any interpretation of this amendment as authorizing the pledging of the State's credit for any purpose.     Adopted

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