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14 amendment(s) found [ Election date: November 7, 1972 ]

Session Bill Prop. Topic Outcome
62nd R.S.   SJR 1  8 The constitutional amendment to provide a four-year term of office for the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Treasurer, Commissioner of the General Land Office, Secretary of State, and certain statutory State officers.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   SJR 7  6 The constitutional amendment providing that the various political subdivisions of the State may exempt not less than Three Thousand Dollars ($3,000) of the value of residence homesteads of all persons sixty-five (65) years of age and older from ad valorem taxes under certain conditions.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   SJR 16  7 The constitutional amendment to provide that equality under the law shall not be denied or abridged because of sex, race, color, creed or national origin.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   SJR 20  9 The constitutional amendment to provide that directors of soil and water conservation districts are not disqualified from holding or being compensated for more than one office.     Defeated
62nd R.S.   SJR 29  12 The constitutional amendment permitting State employees, who are not State officers, to serve as members of the governing bodies of school districts, cities, towns or other local governmental districts, without forfeiting their State salary, and specifying exceptions to the constitutional prohibition against payment of State funds for compensation to any person who holds more than one civil office of emolument.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 31  2 The Constitutional Amendment abolishing the Lamar County Hospital District.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 35  5 The constitutional amendment allowing certain tax exemptions to disabled veterans, their surviving spouses and surviving minor children, and the surviving spouses and surviving minor children of members of the armed forces who lose their life while on active duty.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 41  3 The constitutional amendment to require the commissioners court in all counties of the state to compensate all justices of the peace on a salary basis.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 57  14 The constitutional amendment to allow a county to reduce its county permanent school fund and distribute the money to indepedent and common school districts on a per scholastic basis.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 58  1 The constitutional amendment to provide annual salaries of $8,400 for members of the Senate and House of Representatives.     Defeated
62nd R.S.   HJR 61  4 The constitutional amendment providing for a constitutional revision commission which precedes the convening of the members of the 63rd Legislature as a constitutional convention in January, 1974, for the purpose of submitting to the voters a new constitution or revisions of the existing state constitution.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 68  10 The constitutional amendment revising provisions on the time and method of proposing amendments to the state constitution and the time and method of publishing notice of proposed amendments.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 82  13 To set a six percent (6%) weighted average annual interest rate for bonds issued pursuant to constitutional authority presently having a specified interest ceiling.     Adopted
62nd R.S.   HJR 95  11 The constitutional amendment to provide a salary of $22,500 for the Lieutenant Governor and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.     Defeated

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