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HJR 15, 79th 3rd C.S.
Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the state to pay at least 50 percent of the cost of maintaining and operating the public school system and prohibiting the comptroller from certifying legislation containing an appropriation unless the requirement is met.

Last action: Referred to Ways & Means

Author: Burt Solomons
Joint Author: Jim Pitts | Rob Eissler | Dan Branch | Jim Keffer
Coauthor: Charles "Doc" Anderson | Dennis Bonnen | Fred Brown | Bill Callegari | Scott Campbell | Carter Casteel | Byron Cook | Robert Cook | Joe Crabb | Myra Crownover | John Davis | Dianne Delisi | Mary Denny | Joe Driver | Craig Eiland | Gary Elkins | Kirk England | David Farabee | Dan Flynn | Stephen Frost | Charlie Geren | Tony Goolsby | Bob Griggs | Ryan Guillen | Pat Haggerty | Mike Hamilton | Peggy Hamric | Rick Hardcastle | Linda Harper-Brown | Mark Homer | Chuck Hopson | Donna Howard | Bryan Hughes | Bob Hunter | Jim Jackson | Jesse Jones | Lois Kolkhorst | Edmund Kuempel | Vilma Luna | Jerry Madden | Armando Martinez | Brian McCall | Jim McReynolds | Jose Menendez | Tommy Merritt | Geanie Morrison | Joseph Pickett | Chente Quintanilla | Elvira Reyna | Allan Ritter | Patrick Rose | Todd Smith | John Smithee | Joe Straus | David Swinford | Larry Taylor | Vicki Truitt | Corbin Van Arsdale | Mike Villarreal | Martha Wong | Beverly Woolley | Bill Zedler

Education--Primary & Secondary--Finance
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
State Finances--Appropriations

House Committee: Ways & Means (Jim Keffer, Al Edwards, Kent Grusendorf, Vilma Luna, Ken Paxton, Allan Ritter, John Smithee, Mike Villarreal, Beverly Woolley)

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