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HJR 37, 82nd Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring certain tax bills to be approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature.

Last action: Left pending in committee

Author: Bryan Hughes
Joint Author: Stefani Carter | Ralph Sheffield | Bill Callegari
Coauthor: Jose Aliseda | Charles "Doc" Anderson | Rodney Anderson | Marva Beck | Leo Berman | Dwayne Bohac | Cindy Burkett | Angie Button | Erwin Cain | Brandon Creighton | John Davis | Allen Fletcher | Dan Flynn | Lance Gooden | Kelly Hancock | Patricia Harless | Linda Harper-Brown | Charlie Howard | Jason Isaac | Jim Jackson | Phil King | Tim Kleinschmidt | Jim Landtroop | Jodie Laubenberg | Ken Legler | Jerry Madden | Sid Miller | Jim Murphy | Rob Orr | Tan Parker | Aaron Peña | Charles Perry | Debbie Riddle | Kenneth Sheets | Mark Shelton | David Simpson | John Smithee | Burt Solomons | Van Taylor | Randy Weber | James White | Bill Zedler

Companion:

HJR 29 (Duplicate)
HJR 59 (Duplicate)
SJR 12 (Identical)

Subjects:
Legislature
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
Taxation--General

House Committee: Ways & Means (Harvey Hilderbran, Wayne Christian, Gary Elkins, Naomi Gonzalez, Lanham Lyne, Trey Martinez Fischer, Jim Murphy, John Otto, Allan Ritter, Mike Villarreal, Beverly Woolley)

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