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''' This section was repealed November 6, 2001. '''
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'''This section was repealed November 6, 2001.'''
  
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The former section, added in 1966 and never amended, concerned consolidation of governmental functions in a county of 1.2 million or more.
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The former section, added in 1966 and never amended, concerned consolidation of governmental functions in a county with 1.2 million or more inhabitants.
  
It was unnecessary because all counties are covered by the 1970 amendment to [[Texas Constitution:Article III, Section 64 of the Texas Constitution|Article III, Section 64]].
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It was unnecessary because all counties are covered by the 1970 amendment to Article III, Section [[Texas Constitution:Article III, Section 64|64]].
  
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Revision as of 19:47, July 13, 2019

This section was repealed November 6, 2001.

Editor Comments

The former section, added in 1966 and never amended, concerned consolidation of governmental functions in a county with 1.2 million or more inhabitants.

It was unnecessary because all counties are covered by the 1970 amendment to Article III, Section 64.

Steve Smith

Recent Decisions

None.

Historic Decisions

None.

Library Resources

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