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The Texas Constitution of 1876 is the fifth since statehood. Framed by the Constitutional Convention of 1875, it was adopted by Texas voters on February 15, 1876.
 
The Texas Constitution of 1876 is the fifth since statehood. Framed by the Constitutional Convention of 1875, it was adopted by Texas voters on February 15, 1876.

Latest revision as of 11:17, July 13, 2019

Texas Constitution of 1876

Summary: article provides brief introduction to current state constitution and links to other pages that contain text of and analysis on each section

The Texas Constitution of 1876 is the fifth since statehood. Framed by the Constitutional Convention of 1875, it was adopted by Texas voters on February 15, 1876.

It originally had 289 sections. Over the years, 216 sections have been added. However, 66 of the original sections and 51 of the added sections have been repealed.

On Texas Legal Guide, the preamble, each of the 17 articles and each of the --- sections of the state constitution has its own page: