Highly publicized Prop. 4 passes with flying colors

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TEXAS - On Nov. 5, Texas voters took to the polls to decide on 10 proposed amendments to the state Constitution.

Texans approved nine amendments, including a proposal making it harder for future lawmakers to enact a personal income tax and a proposal concerning bonds for cancer research. Voters rejected one amendment.

Proposition 1 - Rejected (65%)

Allowing selected municipal court judges to serve multiple municipalities at the same time. Currently, only appointed municipal court judges — who make up more than 95% of the state's municipal court judges, according to the House Research Organization — can serve multiple jurisdictions at the same time.

 

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