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HJR 81, 59th Regular Session
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas 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 to and/or medical care on behalf of needy aged persons over the age of sixty-five who are citizens of the United States or non-citizens who shall have resided within the boundaries of the United States for at least 25 years, needy persons under the age of sixty-five who are totally and permanently disabled and who are citizens of the United States, needy blind persons over the age of eighteen who are citizens of the United States, and needy children under the age of twenty-one years who are citizens of the United States and to 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: W.S. "Bill" Heatly
Coauthor: Charles N. "Charlie" Wilson

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1965, 59th R.S., HJR 81

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

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