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Constitutions of Texas Subject Index: R


racial issues

in census count

1866 - Article III, section 28

and equal rights

1868 - Article I, section 21

public school segregation

1876 - Article VII, section 7

university establishment

1876 - Article VII, section 14

and voting right

1869 - Article VI

See also American Indians; African Americans


regidores and local government

registered voters

registration of births, deaths and marriages


remission of fines and forfeitures

rents to state, governor's control of

reprieves of punishment, executive power to grant

Republic of Texas

residency requirements


rewards and honors, legislative power over

rights, basic citizen's

road construction and upkeep

Roman Catholicism as state religion