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HJR 35, 74th Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the governing body of a political subdivision to exempt from ad valorem taxation boats and other equipment used in the commercial taking or production of fish, shrimp, shellfish, and other marine life.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: D.R. Uher
Sponsor: Jerry Patterson
CoSponsor: Kenneth Armbrister | Michael Galloway | Eddie Lucio, Jr. | Carlos Truan

Remarks: Enabling legislation is HB 399. To be voted on November 7, 1995.

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1995, 74th R.S., HJR 35

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

Parks & Wildlife--Hunting & Fishing
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

House Committee: Property Tax (HJR 35) (Mike Moncrief, Rodney Ellis, Jim Turner)
House Committee: Ways & Means (Tom Craddick, Charles Finnell, Talmadge Heflin, Steve Holzheauser, Jim Horn, Todd Hunter, Ken Marchant, Rene Oliveira, Allen Place, Sylvia Romo, Steven Wolens)
Minutes: February 28 1995 | March 7 1995
Senate Committee: Finance (John Montford, Bill Ratliff, Gonzalo Barrientos, Teel Bivins, J.E. Brown, Rodney Ellis, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Mike Moncrief, Peggy Rosson, David Sibley, Bill Sims, Carlos Truan, Jim Turner, Royce West, Judith Zaffirini)
Minutes: May 4 1995 | May 19 1995

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