HJR 57: Percentage of Elector Votes Required to Approve Constitutional Amendment or Revision
JOINT RESOLUTION by Roth ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Beltran ; Hill ; Killebrew ; Roach ; Rommel ; Sabatini
Percentage of Elector Votes Required to Approve Constitutional Amendment or Revision; Proposes amendment to State Constitution to increase percentage of elector votes required to approve amendment or revision to State Constitution from 60 percent to 66 & 2/3 percent.
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• Referred to Civil Justice Subcommittee; State Affairs Committee; Judiciary Committee -HJ 26
• Introduced -HJ 26
• On Committee agenda-- Civil Justice Subcommittee, 03/25/19, 3:00 pm, Sumner Hall
• Favorable by Civil Justice Subcommittee; YEAS 10 NAYS 5 -HJ 519
• Now in State Affairs Committee -HJ 519
• On Committee agenda-- State Affairs Committee, 04/04/19, 8:00 am, Morris Hall -- Not considered
• On Committee agenda-- State Affairs Committee, 04/08/19, 2:00 pm, Morris Hall
• Favorable by State Affairs Committee; YEAS 15 NAYS 6 -HJ 631
• Now in Judiciary Committee -HJ 631
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Judiciary Committee
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