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HJR 24, 79th 1st Called Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment to reduce the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed by a school district on the residence homestead of an elderly or disabled person in proportion to any reduction in the tax rate of the school district.

Last action: Received from the House

Author: Leo Berman
Joint Author: Jim Keffer | Bill Zedler | Dan Flynn | Al Edwards
Coauthor: Charles "Doc" Anderson | Dwayne Bohac | Betty Brown | Bill Callegari | Juan Escobar | Yvonne Gonzalez Toureilles | Tony Goolsby | Peggy Hamric | Abel Herrero | Ruben Hope | Chuck Hopson | Bryan Hughes | Bob Hunter | Suzanna Hupp | Delwin Jones | David Leibowitz | Armando Martinez | Tommy Merritt | Melissa Noriega | John Otto | Aaron Pena | Larry Phillips | Chente Quintanilla | Debbie Riddle

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
Aging
Disabilities, Persons with
Property Interests--Homestead
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
Taxation--Property-Appraisals & Appraisal Districts
Taxation--Property-Assessment & Collection
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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