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SJR 66, 80th Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment to create real estate and investment special fund accounts within the permanent school fund and to allow for transfers between those accounts, to authorize the Commissioner of the General Land Office or another statutorily designated entity to manage real estate portfolio investments of the permanent school fund, and to allow the returns from permanent school fund real estate portfolio investments to be added to the available school fund for the support of public schools.

Last action: Left pending in committee

Author: Tommy Williams

Bill Analyses:
Introduced (Senate Research Center)

Education--Primary & Secondary--Finance
Public Lands, Buildings & Resources
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

Senate Committee: Finance (Steve Ogden, Kip Averitt, Bob Deuell, Robert Duncan, Kevin Eltife, Troy Fraser, Chris Harris, Juan Hinojosa, Kyle Janek, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Jane Nelson, Florence Shapiro, Royce West, John Whitmire, Tommy Williams, Judith Zaffirini) Minutes: May 3 2007 | May 7 2007

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