HJR 4, 75th R.S. history

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HJR 4, 75th R.S.
Proposing a constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the school property tax residence homestead exemption and providing for the continuation and reduction of the school tax limitation on the homesteads of certain persons.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Tom Craddick
Joint Author: Robert Junell
Coauthor: Ted Kamel
Sponsor: Kenneth Armbrister
Joint Sponsor: Teel Bivins

Remarks: Enabling legislation is HB 4. To be voted on August 9, 1997.

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1997, 75th R.S., HJR 4

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

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/12/1997) Paul Sadler (Chair) | Kim Brimer | Tom Craddick | Scott Hochberg | Mark Stiles |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/13/1997) Kenneth Armbrister (Chair) | Teel Bivins | Chris Harris | Gregory Luna | Florence Shapiro |

Education--Primary & Secondary--Finance
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
State Finances--Management & Control
Taxation--School District

House Committee: Revenue & Public Education Funding, Select (Paul Sadler, Kim Brimer, Warren Chisum, Tom Craddick, Christine Hernandez, Paul Hilbert, Scott Hochberg, Robert Junell, Mark Stiles, Richard Williamson, Ron Wilson)
Minutes: February 11 1997 | February 12 1997 | February 13 1997 | February 19 1997 | February 20 1997 | February 24 1997 | February 25 1997 | April 10 1997 | April 16 1997
Senate Committee: Tax Reform & Public School Finance, Select (Kenneth Armbrister, Gonzalo Barrientos, Teel Bivins, John Carona, Robert Duncan, Rodney Ellis, Troy Fraser, Chris Harris, Gregory Luna, Drew Nixon, Florence Shapiro)
Minutes: May 5 1997 | May 6 1997 | May 7 1997

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