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HJR 14, 81st Regular Session
Proposing constitutional amendments limiting the public taking of private property, establishing the national research university fund to fund emerging research universities, and eliminating the higher education fund.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Frank Corte, Jr.
Joint Author: Harvey Hilderbran | Charles "Doc" Anderson | Ken Paxton | Bryan Hughes
Coauthor: Linda Harper-Brown | Ken Legler | David Leibowitz | Rob Orr | Aaron Peña | Ralph Sheffield | Mark Shelton | Randy Weber
Sponsor: Robert Duncan

Session Law Chapter: Acts 2009, 81st R.S., HJR 14

Companion:

SJR 42 (Similar)

Enabling legislation: HB 51

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Conference Committee:

Conference Committee Report 
House Members: (appointed 05/29/2009) Frank Corte, Jr. (Chair) | Dennis Bonnen | Harvey Hilderbran | Aaron Peña | Beverly Woolley |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/30/2009) Robert Duncan (Chair) | Craig Estes | Glenn Hegar | Leticia Van de Putte | John Whitmire |

Gubernatorial documents:

Subjects:
City Government--General
County Government--General
Property Interests--Eminent Domain
Property Interests--General
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

House Committee: Land & Resource Management (Dennis Bonnen, Carol Alvarado, Valinda Bolton, Jessica Farrar, Mike Hamilton, Mark Homer, Rob Orr, Ken Paxton, Kristi Thibaut)
Minutes: March 25 2009 | April 29 2009
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Robert Duncan, John Carona, Bob Deuell, Rodney Ellis, Troy Fraser, Chris Harris, Mike Jackson, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Leticia Van de Putte)

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