TEKS Expectation 7.14B

7.14B Identify major sources of revenue for state and local governments such as property taxes, sales taxes, bonds, and fees.
Belongs to Statement 7.14: The student understands the structure and functions of government created by the Texas Constitution.

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Our Handbook entries are written by volunteer historians and professionals, reviewed by TSHA staff, vetted by scholars, and approved by the TSHA Chief Historian.

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Teacher & Community Submitted Resources

A case of Arson at the Mansion: A Guided Mock Trial
A Galaxy of Statesmen: Making The Constitution
Argument Wars - Interactive Game
Branches of Power - Interactive Game
Citizen Handbook: How the Texas Legislature Works
Constitution of the State of Texas (1876)
Create a Classroom Flag
Curriculum Guide for Teaching Texas History
Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Texas
Delgado v. Bastrop ISD
Delgado V. Bastrop ISD
Democracy vs. Dictatorship
Do I Have a Right? - Interactive Game
Elections in Texas
Federalism and the State's Response to Disaster
First Lady Anita Perry talks about the Texas Governor's Mansion
Hernandez v. Texas
Hernandez v. Texas
Hernandez v. Texas: Latinos and the Fourteenth Amendment
How a Bill becomes a Law in Texas Interactive Game
I Civics Interactive Games
Independence, Freedom, and Honor: The Declaration
LawCraft - Interactive Game
Represent Me! - Interactive Game
Southwestern Historical Quarterly 1897-1997
Supreme Decision - Interactive Game
Texas House Speakers Video Collection
Texas Originals: Billy Lee Brammer
Texas State Capital Tour
Texas Trivia
The All Rise Game: Comprehending the Texas Court System
The Charter of Freedom: Our Constitution
The Constitution of Texas
The Fourth Branch: You!
The Roots of American Liberty
This is your House - The Governor’s Mansion: Texas Front Porch since 1856
Votes for Women! The Womens Suffrage Movement in Texas

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