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SJR 50, 82nd Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds of the state to finance educational loans to students.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Royce West
Sponsor: Dan Branch
Joint Sponsor: Roberto Alonzo

Session Law Chapter: Acts 2011, 82nd R.S., SJR 50

Signed legislation

Enabling legislation: SB 1799

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Introduced (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
BONDS
Education--Higher--Student Financial Aid
HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD, TEXAS
Legislature
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
STUDENT LOANS

House Committee: Higher Education (Dan Branch, Roberto Alonzo, Dennis Bonnen, Fred Brown, Joaquin Castro, Donna Howard, Eric Johnson, Tryon Lewis, Diane Patrick, John Raney)
Minutes: May 18 2011
Senate Committee: Higher Education (Kel Seliger, Judith Zaffirini, Brian Birdwell, Robert Duncan, Joan Huffman, Kirk Watson, Jeff Wentworth, Royce West)
Minutes: April 13 2011

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