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House Committee on Constitutional Amendments - 67th R.S. (1981)

Committee Members
Bob McFarland, Chair
Foster Whaley, Vice Chair
Hamp Atkinson
Gonzalo Barrientos
Albert 'Al' Brown
Wilhelmina Delco
Paul Elizondo
Alan Schoolcraft
John Sharp
Bob Ware
Charges
• Study the concept of numerous resolutions versus single resolutions on ballots submitted to voters.
• Should single submissions prove more favorable in response to public education of the issue, determine what impact might be felt if amendments were also submitted at the time of primary elections by both parties holding such elections.
• Determine if there is a more clear and concise method to inform voters on proposed legislation via new advertising as it currently exists under law versus other media forms.
• Determine the need for expanding the permissible scope of homestead encumbrancing, particularly including secondary financing of the residential homestead.

Note:
District 57C member was Alan Schoolcraft 1/13-1/15/1981 and 2/16/1981-1/11/1983 and Albert D. Brown 1/15-2/16/1981.
John Sharp (Member) was sworn into the Senate 11/20/1982.

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