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13 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 5, 1991 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
72nd 2nd C.S.   SJR 2  13 The constitutional amendment providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds not to exceed $300,000,000 to continue existing programs to provide educational loans to students, with repayments of student loans applied toward the retirement of the bonds.     Adopted
72nd 1st C.S.   SJR 4  4 The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of up to $1.1 billion in general obligation bonds for acquiring, constructing, or equipping new prisons or other punishment facilities to confine criminals, mental health and mental retardation institutions, and youth corrections institutions, for major repair or renovation of existing facilities of those institutions, and for the acquisition of, major repair to, or renovation of other facilities for use as state prisons or other punishment facilities.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 6  7 The constitutional amendment to allow the board of trustees of a statewide public retirement system to invest funds of the system in a manner that the board considers prudent.     Defeated
72nd 1st C.S.   HJR 8  11 The constitutional amendment authorizing a state lottery.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 8  6 The constitutional amendment creating the Texas Ethics Commission and authorizing the commission to recommend the salary for members of the legislature and the lieutenant governor, subject to voter approval, and to set the per diem for officials, subject to a limit.     Adopted
72nd 1st C.S.   HJR 10  2 The constitutional amendment mandating the repayment to the Department of Transportation of monies expended to assist the Texas Turnpike Authority in the construction, maintenance, and operation of turnpikes, toll roads and toll bridges.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 11  9 The constitutional amendment authorizing the commissioner of the General Land Office to issue patents for certain public free school fund land held in good faith under color of title for at least 50 years.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 15  10 The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxes certain property of a nonprofit corporation that supplies water or provides wastewater service.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 21  8 The constitutional amendment authorizing the voters of this state to consider state debt questions in the form of ballot propositions that must clearly describe the amounts, purposes, and sources of payment of the debt only after the approval of the propositions by a two-thirds vote of each house of the legislature.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 26  3 The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to further implement and enhance the administration of the veterans' housing assistance and the land programs and to expand the investment authority of the Veterans' Land Board.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 34  12 The constitutional amendment to increase from 20 percent to 50 percent the percentage of Texas water development bonds previously authorized by Texas voters that may be issued for economically distressed areas.     Adopted
72nd R.S.   SJR 39  5 The constitutional amendment authorizing the exemption from ad valorem taxes of certain property in an enterprise zone.     Defeated
72nd R.S.   HJR 114  1 The constitutional amendment allowing home-rule cities with a population of 5,000 or less to amend their charters by popular vote.     Adopted

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