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16 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 2, 1993 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
73rd R.S.   HJR 3  3 The constitutional amendment providing for the clearing of land titles by the release of a state claim in fractional interest, arising out of the voiding of an interest under a Mexican land grant, to the owners of certain property in Fort Bend and Austin counties.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 9  1 The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for the issuance of $50 million of general obligation bonds for the recovery and further development of the state's economy and for increasing job opportunities and other benefits for Texas residents through state financing of the start-up costs of historically underutilized businesses.     Defeated
73rd R.S.   SJR 13  13 The constitutional amendment relating to the amount and expenditure of certain constitutionally dedicated funding for public institutions of higher education.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 18  5 The constitutional amendment to allow the legislature to prescribe the qualifications of sheriffs.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 19  9 The constitutional amendment to modify the provisions for the redemption of real property sold at a tax sale.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   HJR 21  6 The constitutional amendment abolishing the office of county surveyor in Jackson County.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   HJR 22  8 The constitutional amendment to abolish the office of county surveyor in McLennan County.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   HJR 23  12 The constitutional amendment permitting the denial of bail to certain persons charged with certain violent or sexual offenses committed while under the supervision of a criminal justice agency of the state or a political subdivision of the state.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 31  11 The constitutional amendment providing that the trustees of a local public pension system must administer the system for the benefit of the system's participants and beneficiaries.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 34  10 The constitutional amendment authorizing issuance of $750 million in general obligation bonds to augment the Veterans' Land Fund and the Veterans' Housing Assistance fund and to fund the Veterans' Housing Assistance Fund II.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   HJR 37  15 The constitutional amendment to permit the voters of a county to decide, at an election called by the commissioners court, whether to abolish the office of county surveyor in the county.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 44  16 The constitutional amendment authorizing up to a total of $100 million in bonds and notes to be issued or sold to finance the Texas agricultural fund for providing financial assistance to develop, increase, improve, or expand the production, processing, marketing, or export of crops grown or produced primarily in this state by agricultural businesses domiciled in the state.     Defeated
73rd R.S.   SJR 45  14 The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of up to $1 billion in general obligation bonds payable from the general revenues of the state for projects relating to facilities of corrections and mental health and mental retardation institutions.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   SJR 49  4 The constitutional amendment prohibiting a personal income tax without voter approval and, if an income tax is enacted, dedicating the revenue to education and limiting the rate of local school taxes.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   HJR 57  7 The constitutional amendment repealing certain restrictions on the ability of corporations to raise capital.     Adopted
73rd R.S.   HJR 86  2 The constitutional amendment to promote the reduction of pollution and to encourage the preservation of jobs by authorizing the exemption from ad valorem taxation of real and personal property used for the control of air, water, or land pollution.     Adopted

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