Legislative Research: TX SJR20 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature

Other Sessions

SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
2021-2022
87th Legislature

(Introduced)
Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the lieutenant governor and speaker of the house of representatives to call the legislature into special session on petition of at least two-thirds of the members of each house of the legislature in resp...
[SJR20 2021 Detail][SJR20 2021 Text][SJR20 2021 Comments]
2021-03-11
Referred to Administration
2017-2018
85th Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the appropriation of the net revenue received from the imposition of the state sales and use tax on sporting goods.
[SJR20 2017 Detail][SJR20 2017 Text][SJR20 2017 Comments]
2017-01-30
Referred to Finance
2015-2016
84th Legislature

(Engrossed - Dead)
Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the governing body of a political subdivision other than a school district to adopt an exemption from ad valorem taxation of a portion, expressed as a dollar amount, of the market value of an individua...
[SJR20 2015 Detail][SJR20 2015 Text][SJR20 2015 Comments]
2015-05-26
Placed on Constitutional Amendments Calendar
2013-2014
83rd Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Proposing a constitutional amendment dedicating certain revenue derived from the tax imposed on the sale of motor vehicles to the state highway fund.
[SJR20 2013 Detail][SJR20 2013 Text][SJR20 2013 Comments]
2013-04-30
Co-author authorized
2011-2012
82nd Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Proposing a constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to limit the maximum appraised value of commercial or industrial real property for ad valorem tax purposes to 110 percent or more of the appraised value of the property for the precedi...
[SJR20 2011 Detail][SJR20 2011 Text][SJR20 2011 Comments]
2011-02-15
Co-author authorized
2009-2010
81st Legislature

(Introduced - Dead)
Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring any increase in a franchise tax rate to be approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house of the legislature.
[SJR20 2009 Detail][SJR20 2009 Text][SJR20 2009 Comments]
2009-03-13
Referred to Finance

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Legislative Citation

APA
TX SJR20 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature. (2021, March 11). LegiScan. Retrieved August 02, 2021, from https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/SJR20/2021
MLA
"TX SJR20 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 11 Mar. 2021. Web. 02 Aug. 2021. <https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/SJR20/2021>.
Chicago
"TX SJR20 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature." March 11, 2021 LegiScan. Accessed August 02, 2021. https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/SJR20/2021.
Turabian
LegiScan. TX SJR20 | 2021-2022 | 87th Legislature. 11 March 2021. https://legiscan.com/TX/bill/SJR20/2021 (accessed August 02, 2021).

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Same As/Similar To

BillRelationshipDateTitleLast Action
HJR60Same As2021-03-11Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring the lieutenant governor and speaker of the house of representatives to call the legislature into special session on petition of at least two-thirds of the members of each house of the legislature in response to a fiscal crisis, war, natural disaster, or emergency.Referred to State Affairs

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