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HJR 70, 82nd R.S.
Proposing a constitutional amendment regarding the maximum rate of growth of appropriations and the use of unencumbered surplus general revenues to fund the state's rainy day fund and a public school property tax relief fund.

Last action: Left pending in committee

Author: Ken Paxton
Joint Author: Bryan Hughes | Randy Weber | Jose Aliseda | Dan Flynn
Coauthor: Leo Berman | Erwin Cain | Stefani Carter | Warren Chisum | Wayne Christian | Charlie Geren | Lance Gooden | Dan Huberty | Phil King | Jodie Laubenberg | Ken Legler | Sid Miller | Burt Solomons | Raul Torres | James White

Enabling legislation: HB 756

Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
State Finances--Appropriations
State Finances--Budget
State Finances--Management & Control
Taxation--Property-State Administration

House Committee: Appropriations (Jim Pitts, Jimmie Aycock, Angie Button, Warren Chisum, Myra Crownover, Drew Darby, Dawnna Dukes, Craig Eiland, Helen Giddings, Lance Gooden, Scott Hochberg, Eric Johnson, Susan King, Dee Margo, Armando Martinez, Ruth McClendon, Doug Miller, Geanie Morrison, John Otto, Diane Patrick, Debbie Riddle, Charles Schwertner, Mark Shelton, Raul Torres, Sylvester Turner, Mike Villarreal, John Zerwas) Minutes: April 28 2011

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