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Texas State Sovereignty Resolution : UPDATED 5-30-09 TEXAS IS A SOVEREIGN STATE

UPDATE:

Bill: HCR 50

Legislative Session: 81(R)

Council Document: 81R 5789 MMS-F

Last Action: 05/30/2009 H Adopted as amended

Caption Version: Introduced

Caption Text: Affirming that the State of Texas claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution, serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates, and providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed.

Author: Creighton | Hughes | Berman | Gattis | Guillen

Coauthor: Anderson | Aycock | Bohac | Bonnen | Branch | Brown, Betty | Brown, Fred | Button | Callegari | Chisum | Christian | Cook | Corte | Crabb | Craddick | Crownover | Darby | Davis, John | Driver | Eissler | Elkins | Farabee | Fletcher | Flynn | Geren | Hamilton | Hancock | Hardcastle | Harless | Harper-Brown | Hartnett | Hilderbran | Hopson | Howard, Charlie | Hunter | Jackson, Jim | Jones | Keffer | King, Phil | King, Susan | King, Tracy O. | Kleinschmidt | Kolkhorst | Kuempel | Laubenberg | Legler | Lewis | Lucio III | Madden | McReynolds | Merritt | Miller, Doug | Miller, Sid | Morrison | Orr | Otto | Parker | Patrick | Paxton | Pena | Phillips | Riddle | Sheffield | Shelton | Smith, Wayne | Smithee | Swinford | Taylor | Truitt | Weber | Zerwas

Subjects: Intergovernmental Relations (I0447)

Resolutions--Legislative Policy (I0685)

Resolutions--Memorializing Congress (I0675)

STATES' RIGHTS (S0693)

House Committee: State Affairs
Status: Out of committee
Vote: Ayes=10 Nays=5 Present Not Voting=0 Absent=0

Bill: SCR 35
Legislative Session: 81(R)


(senate resolution introduced 03-02-09 - senate’s 2nd resolution introduced on 03-04-09)

Caption Version:
Introduced

Caption Text: Affirming that the State of Texas claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the United States Constitution, serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates, and providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or repealed.

Author: Nichols | Patrick, Dan
Subjects: Intergovernmental Relations (I0447)
Resolutions--Legislative Policy (I0685)
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress (I0675)
Senate Committee: State Affairs
Status: In committee
Actions: (descending date order)

Referred to State Affairs 03/13/2009
Read first time 03/13/2009
Filed 03/02/2009
Received by the Secretary of the Senate 03/02/2009

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Thanks for the excellent work in organizing this effort. I believe it is imporatant that all of us know where our State stands on this issue, and also in knowing which States are NOT taking a stand on this issue.
Awesome work Twana! I'm so glad we have someone like you on our side! And I'm glad you have to time to make this work so smoothly!
When at the bottom it says out of committee, does that mean it has to go to the floor for a vote?

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