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HJR 46, 61st Regular Session
Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment providing that the Legislature shall enact appropriate legislation which will enable the State of Texas to cooperate with the Government of the United States in providing assistance grants out of State funds to and/or medical care on behalf of needy aged persons, needy persons who are totally and permanently disabled, needy blind persons, and needy dependent children and the caretakers of such children; providing rehabilitation and any other services included in the Federal legislation providing matching funds to help such families and individuals attain or retain capability for independence or self-care, etc.

Author: Zan Wesley Holmes, Jr.
Coauthor: Robert Nichols | Chris V. Semos | Henry Sanchez | Glenn Kothmann | Lauro Cruz | Arthur K. Vance | Frank Lombardino | Ed Harris | Thomas Paul "Tom" Moore, Jr. | Ewell Richard "Dick" Reed | Paul Moreno | H. Santiesteban | Dan Kubiak | Joe H. Golman | Clyde Haynes, Jr. | James Richard "Dick" McKissack | James Howard "Jim" Clark, Jr. | Meyer Gus Rex Braun | Carlos Truan | Thomas Hutcheson "Tom" Bass, III | Curtis M. Graves | James W. Stroud | Carl Parker | Thomas Griffith Moore | Raul Muniz | Frances "Sissy" Farenthold | Jake Johnson

Subjects:
Human Services--Child Services
Human Services--Direct Assistance
Human Services--Medical Assistance
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

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