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HJR 2, 55th Regular Session
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas so as to increase the limit on the maximum monthly payment to needy aged persons from state funds and on the total yearly expenditure out of state funds for assistance to needy aged, needy blind, and needy children.

Author: Amos A. Martin
Coauthor: Bill Hollowell | Joe N. Chapman | Homer Louis Koliba, Sr. | Ted W. Myatt | Jaromir Charles "Zeke" Zbranek | Herman V. Puckett, Jr. | Charles "Charlie" Heitman, Jr. | Abe M. Mays, Jr. | James W. "Bill" Shannon | H.J. "Doc" Blanchard | Sam H. Parsons | William Taylor "Bill" Dungan | Thomas Anthony "Tony" Korioth | Webster W. Glass | George W. McCoppin | Obie Jones | William Landrum "Will" Smith | J. C. Hooks | Sam E. Wohlford | Charles Lee Ballman | Robert D. "Bob" Bullock | Ligon L. Holstein | James Arthur "Jimmy" Turman | Ben Doyle Sudderth | L. C. "Less" Terrell | Herman Yezak | A. J. Bishop, Jr. | William A. "Bill" Stroman | Earl Huffor | Charles Ervin Hughes | James E. Cox | Richard Crawford White | D. Roy Harrington | Bob Wheeler | Jack Richardson | Anthony Paul "Tony" Fenoglio | R. Paul Brashear | George Truett Wilson

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1957, 55th R.S., HJR 2

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Human Services--Child Services
Human Services--Direct Assistance
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
State Finances--Appropriations

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