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17 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 2, 1999 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
76th R.S.   HJR 4  4 The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to exempt property owned by institutions engaged primarily in public charitable functions from ad valorem taxation.     Adopted
76th R.S.   SJR 10  9 The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to create a judicial compensation commission.     Defeated
76th R.S.   SJR 12  2 The constitutional amendment relating to the making of advances under a reverse mortgage and payment of a reverse mortgage.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 16  7 The constitutional amendment authorizing garnishment of wages for the enforcement of court-ordered spousal maintenance.     Adopted
76th R.S.   SJR 16  13 The constitutional amendment providing for the issuance of $400 million in general obligation bonds to finance educational loans to students.     Adopted
76th R.S.   SJR 21  12 The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxation leased motor vehicles not held by the lessee primarily to produce income.     Adopted
76th R.S.   SJR 22  6 The constitutional amendment increasing the maximum size of an urban homestead to 10 acres, prescribing permissible uses of urban homesteads, and preventing the overburdening of a homestead.     Adopted
76th R.S.   SJR 26  5 The constitutional amendment allowing state employees to receive compensation for serving as a member of a governing body of a school district, city, town or other local governmental district.     Defeated
76th R.S.   HJR 29  14 The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide that a state board, commission, or other agency shall be governed by a board composed of an odd number of three or more members.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 36  15 The constitutional amendment permitting spouses to agree to convert separate property to community property.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 44  1 The constitutional amendment to revise the provisions for the filling of a vacancy in the office of governor or lieutenant governor.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 58  17 The constitutional amendment relating to the investment of the permanent university fund and the distribution from the permanent university fund to the available university fund.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 62  3 The constitutional amendment to eliminate duplicative, executed, obsolete, archaic, and ineffective provisions of the Texas Constitution.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 69  11 The constitutional amendment permitting a political subdivision to purchase nonassessable property and casualty insurance from an authorized mutual insurance company in the same manner that the political subdivision purchases life, health, and accident insurance.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 71  16 The constitutional amendment to provide that certain counties shall be divided into a specific number of precincts.     Adopted
76th R.S.   HJR 74  10 The constitutional amendment to provide that the commissioner of health and human services serves at the pleasure of the governor.     Defeated
76th R.S.   HJR 95  8 The constitutional amendment to provide that the adjutant general serves at the pleasure of the governor.     Defeated

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