ARKANSAS LEGISLATIVE ALERT
Constitutional Amendments
10-13-2021 - 17:02:08

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Track: Constitutional Amendments   Request Date: 0- 0-0000 thru 99-99-9999

HJR1001   
Cavenaugh, Frances (R)
Davis, Breanne (R)
To amend the constitution to authorize the legislature to enter special session when two-thirds of the legislature submits signatures, or by joint proclamation of the Speaker of the House and Senate President Pro Tempore.
Companions:
SJR 10 Davis, Breanne (Same As)
  4-23-21 S Enrolled in the Senate - Sent to Governor
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 01-12-21 H Filed
01-12-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
04-14-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. ...H-State Agencies
04-14-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-15-21 H Placed on the House calendar
04-15-21 H Amendment 1 adopted
04-15-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-19-21 H Amendment 2 adopted


HJR1002   
Tollett, David (R) Amends the constitution to remove the proposed rate of tax levy from the ballot for an annual school election when the proposed rate is the same as the previous year. Sets the new rate as the amount of the old rate automatically.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 01-13-21 H Filed
01-13-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1003   
Gray, Michelle (R)
Sturch, James (R)
A constitutional amendment lowering the minimum size of a city that may petition for and levy a library tax from 5,000 to 1,000 and allowing the proceeds from any city or county library tax to be used for both maintenance and construction.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-03-21 H Filed
02-04-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1004   
Meeks, Stephen (R) A constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to make exemptions to property taxes and requiring the General Assembly to abolish property taxes by 2047.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-08-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
04-14-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. ...H-State Agencies


HJR1005   
Ray, David (R)
Hester, Bart (R)
Requires sixty percent approval in each chamber to refer a constitutional amendment to the ballot and sixty percent approval by the electors to adopt a referred amendment or an amendment submitted through the initiative process.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-08-21 H Filed
02-08-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
02-26-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-01-21 H Amendment 1 adopted
03-08-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-09-21 H Placed on the House calendar
03-09-21 H Amendment 2 adopted
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
03-29-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-30-21 H Placed on the House calendar
03-30-21 H Amendment 3 adopted
04-14-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. ...H-State Agencies
04-14-21 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-State Agencies
04-15-21 H Placed on the House calendar
04-15-21 H [H] 20210415/-1/21587 (13:13:03)
04-15-21 H Passed (Vote: Y: 74/N: 18)
04-15-21 S Received in the Senate - Referred to S-State Agencies
04-20-21 S Committee motion to suspend rules carried
04-20-21 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-State Agencies
04-22-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-22-21 S Adopted (Vote: Y: 22/N: 8)
04-22-21 S Motion to expunge vote carried
04-22-21 S Adopted (Vote: Y: 23/N: 6)
04-23-21 H Enrolled in the House - Sent to Governor


HJR1006   
Cavenaugh, Frances (R) A constitutional amendment to create a petition process for demanding the recall of an elected official at special election.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-08-21 H Filed
02-08-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1007   
Love, Fred (D) Creates the Citizens Commission on the Minimum Wage to have sole authority to implement increases to minimum wages.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-09-21 H Filed
02-09-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
03-17-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies


HJR1008   
Vaught, DeAnn (R) Requires 60 percent of electors to approve a ballot initiative or to approve a petition to overturn a law that was passed with an emergency clause.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-09-21 H Filed
02-09-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies


HJR1009   
Dotson, Jim (R) A Constitutional Amendment removing the constitutional authority of the State Highway Commission to administer the Highway Department and creating a Secretary of Transportation to administer the department only as prescribed by law.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1010   
Cloud, Joe (R) A Constitutional Amendment retroactively removing the authority of the Arkansas Racing Commission to issue a casino gaming license for Pope County.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies


HJR1011   
Cloud, Joe (R) A Constitutional Amendment making approval of casino gaming in Pope County subject to a local option election upon the submission of signatures of at least 10 percent of qualified electors, etc.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies


HJR1012   
Payton, John (R) Constitutional amendment relating to the revision of duties of certain constitutional officers. (Shell resolution)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-09-21 H Removed from committee agenda H-State Agencies
04-21-21 H Placed on the House calendar
04-21-21 H Motion to withdraw from committee carried H-State Agencies
04-21-21 H Withdrawn from further consideration


HJR1013   
Payton, John (R) Constitutional amendment relating to the duties of certain constitutional officers. (Shell resolution)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
04-21-21 H Placed on the House calendar
04-21-21 H Motion to withdraw from committee carried H-State Agencies
04-21-21 H Withdrawn from further consideration


HJR1014   
Johnson, Lee (R)
Irvin, Missy (R)
A Constitutional Amendment authorizing the General Assembly to enact laws limiting the amount of punitive and noneconomic damages that may be awarded for each claimant in actions for injuries to persons or property.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1015   
Dotson, Jim (R)
Ballinger, Bob (R)
A Constitutional Amendment authorizing the General Assembly, by three-fifths vote, to prescribe rules of pleading, practice, procedure, and evidence for all courts.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-08-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1016   
Dotson, Jim (R) A Constitutional Amendment relating to courts including rules of pleading, practice, procedure and evidence. (shell resolution)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies


HJR1017   
Dotson, Jim (R) A Constitutional Amendment relating to certain public officials being elected on a partisan basis. (shell resolution)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies


HJR1018   
Lundstrum, Robin (R)
English, Jane (R)
A Constitutional Amendment extending the lottery scholarship program to students enrolled in technical and vocational-technical schools.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
02-22-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
02-23-21 H Placed on the House calendar
02-23-21 H Amendment 1 adopted
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1019   
Lundstrum, Robin (R)
Stubblefield, Gary (R)
A Constitutional Amendment providing that Supreme Court Justices, Court of Appeals Judges, Circuit Judges, and District Judges shall be elected on a partisan basis.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1020   
Miller, Josh (R) A Constitutional Amendment relating to fines and restrictions for frivolous lawsuits. (Shell resolution)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Removed from committee agenda H-State Agencies
03-17-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies


HJR1021   
Flowers, Vivian (D) A Constitutional Amendment removing the provision that allows slavery and indentured servitude as punishment for a crime.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-03-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-04-21 H Placed on the House calendar
03-04-21 H Amendment 1 adopted
03-10-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-10-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
03-09-21 H Removed from committee agenda H-State Agencies
03-09-21 H 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-11-21 H Placed on the House calendar
03-11-21 H Amendment 2 adopted
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies
03-17-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies


HJR1022   
Gazaway, Jimmy (R) A Constitutional Amendment relating to court rules and their compliance with the Federal Enabling Act. (Shell resolution)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1023   
Gazaway, Jimmy (R)
Rapert, Jason (R)
A Constitutional Amendment declaring that right of citizens of Arkansas to keep and bear arms may not be denied or infringed by the state or any political subdivision of the state.
Companions:
SJR 13 Rapert, Jason (Same As)
  4-15-21 S Amendment 2 adopted
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1024   
Gazaway, Jimmy (R)
Rapert, Jason (R)
A Constitutional Amendment declaring that government may burden a person's freedom of religion only when in a compelling government interest for which the burden is the least restrictive means of furthering that interest.
Companions:
SJR 14 Rapert, Jason (Same As)
  4-27-21 S Enrolled in the Senate - Sent to Governor
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HJR1025   
Gazaway, Jimmy (R) A Constitutional Amendment declaring that the citizens of Arkansas, acting as jurors, have the sole authority to determine the amount of compensation owed for, or civil penalty imposed because of, injuries to private property.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 H Filed
02-10-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
03-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion ...H-State Agencies


HR 1046   
Meeks, Stephen (R) Requests authorization for Rep. Stephen Meeks to pursue the consideration of HJR 1004 as a third proposed Constitutional amendment for referral to the electors of the state.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 04-20-21 H Filed
04-20-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
04-26-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
04-26-21 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-State Agencies


HR 1048   
Gazaway, Jimmy (R) Requests authorization for Sen. Jason Rapert to pursue the consideration of SJR 14 as a third proposed Constitutional amendment for referral to the electors of the state.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 04-21-21 H Filed
04-21-21 H Introduced and referred to H-State Agencies
04-22-21 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-State Agencies
04-22-21 H On floor for consideration
04-22-21 H Passed (Vote: Y: 68/N: 13)


SJR 1   
Clark, Alan (R) A constitutional amendment allowing municipalities to incur short-term financing obligations maturing over a period of, or having a term, not to exceed 10 years for the acquisition of fire trucks; such obligations may bear interest.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-03-21 S Filed
02-03-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-18-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
04-27-21 S Motion to withdraw from committee carried S-State Agencies
04-27-21 S Withdrawn from further consideration


SJR 2   
Clark, Alan (R) A constitutional amendment authorizing the General Assembly to call an extraordinary session when a majority of each chamber submits a written request to the Governor; petitions submitted must indicate without limitation the purpose(s) of the session.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-04-21 S Filed
02-04-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-18-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies


SJR 3   
Clark, Alan (R) A constitutional amendment eliminating sovereign immunity and permitting the State of Arkansas to be sued as a defendant in state court in the same circumstances as any other type of party; applies retroactively from effective date.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-04-21 S Filed
02-04-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-18-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies


SJR 4   
Johnson, Mark (R) A constitutional amendment eliminating specific requirements for establishing, maintaining and supporting free public schools and associated language and placing sole authority regarding free public schools on the General Assembly.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-04-21 S Filed
02-04-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies


SJR 5   
Rapert, Jason (R) Constitutional amendment relating to the manner in which primary elections are held. (Shell bill)
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-09-21 S Filed
02-09-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-18-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
03-17-21 S Removed from committee agenda S-State Agencies
04-27-21 S Motion to withdraw from committee carried S-State Agencies
04-27-21 S Withdrawn from further consideration


SJR 6   
Tucker, Clarke (D)
Gazaway, Jimmy (R)
A Constitutional Amendment establishing an election process with the names of all candidates for a primary election, special primary election or election for nonpartisan office to be listed on a single ballot, regardless of political party; more.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies


SJR 7   
Ballinger, Bob (R)
Dotson, Jim (R)
A Constitutional Amendment providing that, by a three-fifths vote of each house, the General Assembly may prescribe rules of pleading, practice, procedure and evidence for all courts thereby superseding the rules of the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies


SJR 8   
Irvin, Missy (R)
Johnson, Lee (R)
A Constitutional Amendment empowering the General Assembly to enact laws limiting the amount of punitive damages and noneconomic damages that may be awarded for each claimant in civil actions.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies


SJR 9   
Ballinger, Bob (R)
Dotson, Jim (R)
A Constitutional Amendment providing that, by a three-fifths vote of each house, the General Assembly may prescribe rules of pleading, practice, procedure and evidence for all courts thereby superseding the rules of the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-16-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies


SJR 10   
Davis, Breanne (R)
Cavenaugh, Frances (R)
To amend the constitution to authorize the legislature to enter special session when two-thirds of the legislature submits signatures, or by joint proclamation of the Speaker of the House and Senate President Pro Tempore.
Companions:
HJR1001 Cavenaugh, Frances (Same As)
  4-19-21 H Amendment 2 adopted
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-16-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
04-13-21 S Reported from committee - Do pass as amended 1 ...S-State Agencies
04-13-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-14-21 S Re-referred to committee S-State Agencies
04-19-21 S Meeting set for 10:30 a.m. - Room 171 ...S-State Agencies
04-19-21 S Reported from committee - Do pass as amended 2 ...S-State Agencies
04-19-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-20-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-20-21 S Amendment 2 adopted
04-21-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-21-21 S Adopted (Vote: Y: 30/N: 2)
04-21-21 H Received in the House - Referred to H-State Agencies
04-22-21 H Meeting set for 9:15 a.m. - MAC Room C ...H-State Agencies
04-22-21 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-State Agencies
04-22-21 H On floor for consideration
04-22-21 H Passed (Vote: Y: 82/N: 9)
04-23-21 S Enrolled in the Senate - Sent to Governor


SJR 11   
Leding, Greg (D)
Richardson, Jay (D)
A Constitutional Amendment creating an implied warranty of habitability in Arkansas, decriminalizing failure to pay rent and refusal to vacate and prohibiting certain terms and conditions of rental agreements; more.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies


SJR 12   
Leding, Greg (D) A constitutional amendment allowing persons who are 17 years of age to vote in a primary election if they will be 18 years of age on or before the date of the general election and are otherwise eligible to vote.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
04-06-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-07-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-07-21 S Amendment 1 adopted


SJR 13   
Rapert, Jason (R)
Gazaway, Jimmy (R)
A Constitutional Amendment ensuring citizens of the state a fundamental right to keep and bear arms for their common and individual defense and for hunting and recreational purposes and prohibiting infringement by state entities.
Companions:
HJR1023 Gazaway, Jimmy (Same As)
  3-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion, H-State Agencies
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
03-22-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-23-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
03-23-21 S Amendment 1 adopted
04-13-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
04-13-21 S Reported from committee - Do pass as amended 1 ...S-State Agencies
04-13-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-15-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-15-21 S Amendment 2 adopted


SJR 14   
Rapert, Jason (R)
Gazaway, Jimmy (R)
A Constitutional Amendment prohibiting government from burdening one's freedom of religion absent a demonstration that the burden advances a compelling government interest and is the least restrictive means of furthering that interest.
Companions:
HJR1024 Gazaway, Jimmy (Same As)
  3-15-21 H On agenda for committee discussion, H-State Agencies
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
03-22-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-23-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
03-23-21 S Amendment 1 adopted
04-13-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
04-13-21 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-State Agencies
04-22-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-22-21 S Passed over on calendar
04-22-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
04-22-21 S Motion to suspend rules for purpose of amendment carried
04-22-21 S Amendment 2 adopted
04-22-21 S Adopted (Vote: Y: 27/N: 4)
04-22-21 H Received in the House - Referred to H-State Agencies
04-26-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
04-23-21 H Received in the House - Referred to H-State Agencies
04-26-21 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-State Agencies
04-27-21 H Placed on the House calendar
04-27-21 H [H] 20210427/-1/21702 (12:02:09)
04-27-21 H Resolution concurred (Vote: Y: 75/N: 19)
04-27-21 S Enrolled in the Senate - Sent to Governor


SJR 15   
Clark, Alan (R) A Constitutional Amendment requiring the Governor to convene the General Assembly in extraordinary session on the 31st day of a declared emergency that lasts at least 30 days.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
02-22-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
02-23-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
02-23-21 S Amendment 1 adopted
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies


SJR 16   
Clark, Alan (R) A Constitutional Amendment requiring that interscholastic or intramural athletic teams sponsored by a public school be expressly designated as male, female or coed, and that female sports must be limited to females based on biological sex.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
02-22-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
02-23-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
02-23-21 S Amendment 1 adopted
03-30-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies


SJR 17   
Ballinger, Bob (R)
Gonzales, Justin (R)
A Constitutional Amendment to amend laws concerning a review of the constitutionality of certain federal actions prior to their implementation (Shell resolution).
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies


SJR 18   
Clark, Alan (R) Requests that Congress take action to propose a constitutional amendment providing that the U.S. Supreme Court be composed of nine justices.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 02-10-21 S Filed
02-10-21 S Introduced and referred to S-State Agencies
03-23-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
03-22-21 S 1 Amendment(s) Filed
03-23-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
03-23-21 S Amendment 1 adopted
04-13-21 S Meeting set for 2:00 p.m. - Old Supreme Court ...S-State Agencies
04-13-21 S Reported from committee - Do pass S-State Agencies
04-15-21 S Placed on the Senate calendar
04-15-21 S Adopted
04-15-21 H Received in the House - Referred to H-State Agencies
04-26-21 H Meeting set for 9:30 a.m. - Room 151 ...H-State Agencies
04-26-21 H Reported from committee - Do pass H-State Agencies
04-27-21 H Placed on the House calendar
04-27-21 H [H] 20210427/-1/21702 (11:14:13)
04-27-21 H Adopted
04-27-21 S Enrolled in the Senate - Sent to Governor


SR 26   
Rapert, Jason (R) Requests authorization for Sen. Jason Rapert to pursue the consideration of SJR 14 as a third proposed Constitutional amendment for referral to the electors of the state.
Position: Monitor
Bill History: 04-21-21 S Filed
04-21-21 S Motion to suspend rules to place on calendar carried
04-21-21 S Adopted (Vote: Y: 28/N: 0)


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