Constitutional amendments search results

9 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 8, 1932 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
42nd R.S.   HJR 1    For the Constitutional Amendment permitting officers and enlisted men of the National Guard, and the National Guard Reserve, and officers of the Officers Reserve Corps of the United States, and enlisted men of the Organized Reserves of the United States, and retired officers of the United States Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, and retired warrant officers, and retired enlisted men of the United States Army, Navy and Marine Corps, to hold other offices or positions of honor, trust or profit under this State or the United States, and to vote at any Election; general, Special or Primary, in this State when otherwise qualified.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   HJR 5    For the Constitutional Amendment authorizing counties and cities bordering on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico by a vote of two-thirds majority of the resident property taxpayers voting thereon to levy and collect such tax for the construction of sea walls, breakwaters, or sanitary purposes, as authorized by law, and authorizing the creation of a debt for such works, and the issuance of bonds in evidence thereof.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   HJR 6    For the Amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas exempting Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000) of the assessed taxable value of all resident homesteads from State taxes.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   HJR 12    For the amendment of the Constitution of the State of Texas, providing that the State, County or defined subdivision thereof, or any other municipal corporation, may be barred from the collection of delinquent taxes after they have been due for a period of a least ten years.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   HJR 21    For the amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas, combining into one office of Assessor and Collector of Taxes, the offices of Assessor and Tax Collector.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   HJR 24    For the amendment to Section 13, Article 8 of the Constitution of the State of Texas so as to provide for the right to redeem land sold at Tax Sale within two years from the date of the filing for record of the Purchaser's Deed, for less than double the amount paid for the land.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   HJR 26    For the amendment providing that only qualified electors owning taxable property in the State, county, district, political sub-division, city town or village where the election is held and which has been duly rendered for taxation shall be qualified to vote at elections held for the purpose of issuing bonds or otherwise lending credit or expending money or assuming debt therein.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   SJR 26    For the amendment to the State Constitution providing that the Permanent University Fund shall be invested in bonds of the United States, the State of Texas, or counties of said State, or in School Bonds of municipalities, or in bonds of any city of this State, or in bonds issued under and by virtue of the Federal Farm Loan Act approved by the President of the United States, July 17, 1916, and amendments thereto.     Adopted
42nd R.S.   SJR 28    For the amendment to the Constitution providing that the Legislature may authorize a Texas Centennial commemorating the heroic period of early Texas history and celebrating a century of our independence and progress; to prescribe times, places, manner thereof, and making an appropriation therefor.     Adopted

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