DALLAS -- Texas lawmakers will consider three proposed joint resolutions that call for a constitutional amendment to abolish the state Treasury and shift the responsibilities to the comptroller's office when the state legislature convenes next month.

In recent weeks, three Texas legislators have filed three separate resolutions to ask voters in the November 1995 election to approve an amendment to the state's constitution and eliminate the state Treasury by 1999 or thereafter.

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