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SJR 11, 71st Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the exemption from ad valorem taxation certain personal property temporarily in the state for certain purposes.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Bob McFarland
Coauthor: Teel Bivins | H. Santiesteban | Eddie Johnson
Sponsor: Hugo Berlanga

Remarks: Senate Conferees: McFarland-Chair, Caperton, Glasgow, Harris, Bivins. House Conferees: Berlanga-Chair, C. Harris, Vowell, Earley, Cain. SCR 177, HR 1087 and SR 768 allows for changes in conference committee To be voted on November 7, 1989.

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1989, 71st R.S., SJR 11

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

Gubernatorial documents:

Subjects:
Constitutional Amendments
Taxation--Property

House Committee: Ways & Means (James Hury, Hugo Berlanga, Tom Craddick, Robert Earley, Talmadge Heflin, Bill Hollowell, Albert Luna III, Dan Morales, Curtis Seidlits, Jr., Mark Stiles, Richard Williamson, Ron Wilson, Steven Wolens)
Minutes: April 12 1989
Senate Committee: Finance (Kent Caperton, Gonzalo Barrientos, Chet Brooks, Bob Glasgow, O.H. Harris, Eddie Johnson, Cynthia Krier, Bob McFarland, John Montford, Carl Parker, H. Santiesteban, Bill Sims, Carlos Truan)
Minutes: February 15 1989

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