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14 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 5, 1985 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
69th R.S.   HJR 6  1 The constitutional amendment to authorize the issuance of an additional $980 million of Texas Water Development Bonds, to create special water funds for water conservation, water development, water quality enhancement, flood control, drainage, subsidence control, recharge, chloride control, agricultural soil and water conservation, and desalinization, to authorize a bond insurance program, and to clarify the purposes for which Texas Water Development Bonds may be issued.     Adopted
69th R.S.   HJR 6  2 The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance and sale of $200 million of Texas agricultural water conservation bonds.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 6  6 The constitutional amendment to permit state prisoners to be placed in penal facilities of another state pursuant to an interstate agreement.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 9  8 The constitutional amendment providing $500 million in additional bonding authority for the veterans' housing assistance program and changing the definition of those veterans eligible to participate in the veterans' land program and the veterans' housing program by authorizing the legislature by law to define an eligible veteran for the purposes of those programs.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 10  12 The constitutional amendment granting the Supreme Court of Texas and the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas jurisdiction to answer questions of state law certified from a federal appellate court.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 14  13 The constitutional amendment providing for the reapportionment of the judicial districts of the state by the Judicial Districts Board or by the Legislative Redistricting Board, and providing for the administration and jurisdiction of constitutional courts.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 16  11 The constitutional amendment relating to the manner in which a person is charged with a criminal offense and to certain requirements applicable to state writs and processes.     Adopted
69th R.S.   HJR 19  10 The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds to provide financing assistance for the purchase of farm and ranch land.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 21  4 The constitutional amendment authorizing proceeds from the sale of land dedicated to the permanent school fund to be used to acquire other land for that fund.     Adopted
69th R.S.   HJR 27  7 The constitutional amendment authorizing Chambers County to be divided into two to six precincts.     Adopted
69th R.S.   SJR 27  14 The constitutional amendment to provide for:
(1) the abolition of the office of county treasurer in Andrews County and El Paso County;
(2) the abolition of the office of county surveyor in Collin, Dallas, Denton, El Paso, Henderson and Randall Counties.  
69th R.S.   HJR 54  3 The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to enact laws permitting a city or town to spend public funds and levy assessments for the relocation or replacement of water laterals on private property.     Adopted
69th R.S.   HJR 72  9 The constitutional amendment to protect public funds by authorizing prior approval of expenditure or emergency transfer of state appropriations.     Adopted
69th R.S.   HJR 89  5 The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to regulate the provision of health care by hospital districts.     Adopted

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