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Article XI-F(1), Oregon Constitution

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Article XI-F(1) of the Oregon Constitution is entitled Higher Educations Building Projects and consists of five sections.

Section 1

Text of Section 1:

State Empowered to Lend Credit for Higher Education Building Projects

The credit of the state may be loaned and indebtedness incurred in an amount which shall not exceed at any one time three-fourths of one percent of the true cash value of all the taxable property in the state, as determined by law to provide funds with which to acquire, construct, improve, repair, equip and furnish buildings, structures, land and other projects, or parts thereof, that the legislative assembly determines will benefit higher education institutions or activities.

Amendments

[Created through H.J.R. 26, 1949, and adopted by the people Nov. 7, 1950; Amendment proposed by H.J.R. 12, 1959, and adopted by the people Nov. 8, 1960; Amendment proposed by H.J.R. 101, 2010, and adopted by the people on May 18, 2010.]

Section 2

Text of Section 2:

Only Self-Liquidating Projects Authorized

The buildings and structures hereafter constructed for higher education pursuant to this amendment shall be such only as conservatively shall appear to the constructing authority to be wholly self-liquidating and self-supporting from revenues, gifts, grants, or building fees. All unpledged net revenues of buildings and other projects may be pooled with the net revenues of new buildings or projects in order to render the new buildings or projects self-liquidating and self-supporting.

Amendments

[Created through H.J.R. 26, 1949, and adopted by the people Nov. 7, 1950]

Section 3

Text of Section 3:

Sources of Revenue

Ad valorem taxes shall be levied annually upon all the taxable property in the state of Oregon in sufficient amount, with the aforesaid revenues, gifts, grants, or building fees, to provide for the payment of such indebtedness and the interest thereon. The legislative assembly may provide other revenues to supplement or replace such tax levies.

Amendments

[Created through H.J.R. 26, 1949, and adopted by the people Nov. 7, 1950]

Section 4

Text of Section 4:

Bonds

Bonds issued pursuant to this article shall be the direct general obligations of the state, and be in such form, run for such periods of time, and bear such rates of interest, as shall be provided by statute. Such bonds may be refunded with bonds of like obligation. Unless provided by statute, no bonds shall be issued pursuant to this article for the construction of buildings or other structures for higher education until after all of the aforesaid outstanding revenue bonds shall have been redeemed or refunded.

Amendments

[Created through H.J.R. 26, 1949, and adopted by the people Nov. 7, 1950]

Section 5

Text of Section 5:

Legislation to Effectuate Article

The legislative assembly shall enact legislation to carry out the provisions hereof. This article shall supersede all conflicting constitutional provisions.

Amendments

[Created through H.J.R. 26, 1949, and adopted by the people Nov. 7, 1950]

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