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SJR 1, 72nd 4th Called Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment providing an equity standard for public school finance, authorizing the redistribution of certain ad valorem taxes levied and collected by certain school districts, authorizing certain tax rate limitations in certain school districts, providing certain state funds to the support of public education, and authorizing state general obligation bonds to assist school districts in financing facilities.

Last action: Record vote

Author: Carl Parker
Sponsor: Gibson Lewis
Joint Sponsor: Wilhelmina Delco | Ernestine Glossbrenner | Debra Danburg

Remarks: Enabling legislation is S.B. 1.


HJR 1 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Education--Primary & Secondary--Finance
Education--Primary & Secondary--General
Education--School Districts
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
State Finances--Management & Control
Taxation--Property-Assessment and Collection
Taxation--School District

House Committee: Public Education (Ernestine Glossbrenner, Bill Arnold, Hugo Berlanga, Fred Blair, Paul Colbert, Troy Fraser, Kent Grusendorf, Gregory Luna, Alan Schoolcraft)
Minutes: November 12 1992
Senate Committee: Education (Carl Parker, Gonzalo Barrientos, Teel Bivins, Chet Brooks, Bob Glasgow, Gene Green, Bill Haley, Eddie Johnson, Cynthia Krier, Bill Ratliff, Judith Zaffirini)

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