HJR 61: Percentage of Elector Votes Required to Approve Constitutional Amendment or Revision
JOINT RESOLUTION by Roth ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Truenow
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 to or revision of State Constitution from 60 percent to 66 & 2/3 percent, except that repeal of amendment or revision need only be approved by same percentage of elector votes as was required at time of passage of such amendment or revision.
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• Referred to Public Integrity and Elections Committee; Judiciary Committee
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Added to Public Integrity & Elections Committee agenda
• Favorable by Public Integrity & Elections Committee
• Reported out of Public Integrity & Elections Committee
• Now in Judiciary Committee
• Added to Judiciary Committee agenda
• Favorable by Judiciary Committee
• Reported out of Judiciary Committee
• Bill released to House Calendar
• Added to Second Reading Calendar
• Died on Second Reading Calendar
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