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HJR 11, 79th 1st Called Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the school district residence homestead property tax exemption to $45,000 and providing for a corresponding adjustment of the limitation on school taxes on residence homesteads of elderly and disabled persons.

Last action: Referred to Ways & Means

Author: Chuck Hopson
Joint Author: Robert Cook | Richard Raymond | David Farabee | Patrick Rose
Coauthor: Alma Allen | Rafael Anchia | Norma Chavez | Garnet Coleman | Joe Deshotel | Dawnna Dukes | Al Edwards | Kino Flores | Stephen Frost | Pete Gallego | Helen Giddings | Veronica Gonzales | Yvonne Gonzalez Toureilles | Abel Herrero | Scott Hochberg | Mark Homer | Jesse Jones | James Laney | Armando Martinez | Jim McReynolds | Elliott Naishtat | Melissa Noriega | Dora Olivo | Aaron Peña | Eddie Rodriguez | Mark Strama | Senfronia Thompson | Sylvester Turner

Remarks: Enabling legislation is HB 71.

Subjects:
Aging
Disabilities, Persons with
Education--Primary & Secondary--Finance
Property Interests--Homestead
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
Taxation--Property-Exemptions
Taxation--School District

House Committee: Ways & Means (Jim Keffer, Al Edwards, Kent Grusendorf, Vilma Luna, Ken Paxton, Allan Ritter, John Smithee, Mike Villarreal, Beverly Woolley)

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