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December 11, 2019 - 00:00
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CAPITAL HIGHLIGHTS Before voter-approved amendments to the Texas Constitution are set in stone, it is the governor’s duty to publicly proclaim the results of the election that produced or rejected those amendments. On Wednesday, Dec. 4, Gov. Greg Abbott posted such a proclamation, having first certified the tabulation prepared by the Texas Secretary of State, the state’s chief election officer. In his proclamation, Abbott listed the nine of 10 proposed amendments that passed in the Nov. 5 constitutional amendment election. The one that did not pass, and therefore was not included in the proclamation, was Proposition 1, the proposed constitutional amendment allowing a person ...

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