Ending Forced Annexation in Texas: Endnotes

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From Ending Forced Annexation in Texas: Hon. Jess Fields & James Quintero, TPPF, Center for Local Governance (July, 2015)


Endnotes

1 Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations. 1981. Measuring local discretionary authority. Washington, D.C.

2 North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law, What North Carolina’s Annexation Law Reforms mean to You!, Feb. 21, 2012.

3 Tyson, Christopher J. “Annexation and the Mid-Size Metropolis: New Insights in the Age of Mobile Capital.” University of Pittsburgh Law Review. Vol. 73, 2012. p. 514.

4 Janice C. May, “GOVERNMENT,” Handbook of Texas Online. Uploaded on June 15, 2010. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

5 Terrell Blodgett, “HOME RULE CHARTERS,” Handbook of Texas Online. Uploaded on June 15, 2010. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

6 Acton, Richard. “Dillon, John Forrest,” The Biographical Dictionary of Iowa. University of Iowa Press, 2009. Web.

7 Biography.com, Boss Tweed. 2015.

8 Clinton v. Cedar Rapids and the Missouri River Railroad. 24 Iowa 455. 1868.

9 People v. Hurlbut. 24 Michigan 44, 95. 1871.

10 Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Facts and Figures: Houston at a Glance.”

11 U.S. Census Bureau, “Cities with 100,000 or More Population in 2000 ranked by Land Area (square miles)

12 “Houston Annexation Doubles City’s Size.” Lubbock Evening Journal. Dec. 31, 1948. Print.

13 Ibid.

14 The Galveston News Editorial page. “Race to the Sea.” The Galveston Daily News. Aug. 20, 1949. Print.

15 Ibid.

16 Ibid.

17 City of Houston Planning and Development Department. “Annexations in Houston, Or, How we grew to 667 square miles in 175 years.”

18 Akers, Monte, Barbara Boulware-Wells, and Jason D. King. “Municipal Law 101.” Akers & Boulware-Wells, LLP. The 2009 Riley Fletcher Basic Municipal Law Seminar. Feb. 13, 2009. p. 2.

19 Texas Constitution and Statutes. Local Government Code § 43.034

20 Ibid. § 43.025.

21 Houston, Scott. “Municipal Annexation in Texas—‘Is It Really That Complicated?’” Texas Municipal League. March 2012. p. 30.

22 Ibid. 29-30.

23 Ibid. 27-28.

24 Texas Constitution and Statutes. Local Government Code § 43.051

25 Ibid. § 43.052(c)

26 Ibid. § 43.052(j)

27 Ibid. § 43.053(b)

28 Ibid. § 43.055

29 Ibid. § 43.056(a)

30 Ibid. § 43.056(b)

31 Ibid. § 43.061

32 The Federalist No. 39: Conformity of the Plan to Republican Principles, Independent Journal, Wed., January 16, 1788 [James Madison] Constitution.org.

33 New State Ice Co. v. Liebmann, 285 U.S. 262 (1932) U. S. Supreme Court, Justia version (case law online).

34 Tiebout, Charles M., “A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures,” The Journal of Political Economy, Volume 64, Issue 5 (Oct. 1956). 416-424.

35 Ibid.

36 Edwards, Mary. “Annexation: A ‘Winner-Take-All’ Process?” State and Local Government Review. 1999. Vol. 31, No. 3. 230.

37 Edwards, Mary and Yu Xiao. “Annexation, Local Government Spending, and the Complicating Role of Density.” Urban Affairs Review. Nov. 2009. Vol. 45, No. 2. p. 152.

38 Ibid. 160.

39 Cho, Yong Hyo. “Fiscal Implications of Annexation: The Case of Metropolitan Central Cities in Texas.” Land Economics. Vol. 45, No. 3. Aug. 1969. 372.

40 Edwards and Xiao. p. 164.

41 Ibid. 164.

42 The Texas Constitution, Bill of Rights, Article 1, Sec. 3.

43 The Heritage Foundation. The Heritage Guide to the Constitution. Essays: Regarding bills of attainder, Article 1, Section 9, Clause 3.

44 Carney, David. Tech Law Journal, Legal Glossy. Definitions: Bill of Attainder.

45 Madison, James. “The Restrictions on the Authority of the Several States,” Federalist #44. The Federalist Papers, Library of Congress. From the New York Packet. Jan. 25, 1788.

46 Texas Municipal League. Reverse Intergovernmental Aid Revisited, Again, Reverse Intergovernmental Aid. TML has also given presentations on this subject at its conferences. Austin, Texas.

47 Ibid.

48 Ibid.

49 Ibid