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Past Administrations

Here you will find all the documents and resources from previous administrations of Student Government.
If you cannot find something you intended on seeking out. Please let contact our Chief of Staff Matthew Gonzales at mrg182@txstate.edu.

2012-2013 Administration

A Resolution Calling for a Community Work Space (PDF, 87 KB)

Passed: 42 to 1, 1 abstain.

A Resolution in Support of Concealed Carry on Campus (PDF, 182 KB)

Passed: 25 to 22, 4 abstain.

A Resolution To Update Windows XP (PDF, 91 KB)

Passed: 41 to 1, 1 abstain

A Resolution to Improve Transportation Services (PDF, 173 KB)

Passed: 41 to 2, 0 abstain

A Resolution for Cite and Release on Campus (PDF, 87 KB)

Passed: 45 to 3, 0 abstain

A Resolution in Support of Non-Penalization for Absences (PDF, 166 KB)

Failed: 1 to 42, 3 abstain

A Resolution in Support of Enforcing the Tobacco Policy (PDF, 86 KB)

Passed: 28 to 8, 4 abstain

2012-2013 Budget Authorization Act (PDF, 99 KB)

Passed: 46 to 2, 2 abstain

Executive Compensation Clarfication Act (PDF, 192 KB)

Passed: 42 to 6, 2 abstain.

Scholarly Travel Activity and Research Act (PDF, 87 KB)

Passed: 50-1, 1 abstain.

SBS 2012-2013-4 Budget Re-Authorization Act (PDF, 95 KB)

Passed: 42 to 0, 1 abstain

August 27 (PDF, 43 KB)
September 10 (PDF, 42 KB)
September 17 (PDF, 42 KB)
September 24 (PDF, 23 KB)
October 1 (PDF, 108 KB)
October 8 (PDF, 109 KB)
October 15 (PDF, 109 KB)
October 22 (PDF, 108 KB)
November 5 (PDF, 110 KB)
November 12 (PDF, 110 KB)
November 19 (PDF, 109 KB)
November 26 (PDF, 109 KB)
January 14 (PDF, 41 KB)
January 28 (PDF, 41 KB)
February 4 (PDF, 42 KB)
February 11 (PDF, 42 KB)
February 18 (PDF, 1 MB)
February 25 (PDF, 42 KB)
March 4 (PDF, 42 KB)
March 18 (PDF, 41 KB)
March 25 (PDF, 41 KB)
April 1 (PDF, 41 KB)
April 8 (PDF, 113 KB)
April 15 (PDF, 115 KB)
April 22 (PDF, 42 KB)
August 27th (PDF, 112 KB)
September 10th (PDF, 101 KB)
September 17th (PDF, 104 KB)
September 24th (PDF, 144 KB)
October 1st (PDF, 141 KB)
October 8th (PDF, 100 KB)
October 15th (PDF, 131 KB)
October 22nd (PDF, 125 KB)
October 29th (PDF, 123 KB)
November 5th (PDF, 120 KB)
November 12th (PDF, 136 KB)
November 19th (PDF, 120 KB)
November 26th (PDF, 136 KB)
January 14th (PDF, 112 KB)
January 28th (PDF, 118 KB)
February 4th (PDF, 123 KB)
February 11th (PDF, 118 KB)
February 18th (PDF, 131 KB)
February 25th (PDF, 117 KB)
March 4th (PDF, 118 KB)
March 18th (PDF, 112 KB)
March 25th (PDF, 41 KB)
April 1st (PDF, 110 KB)
April 8th (PDF, 113 KB)
April 15th (PDF, 115 KB)
April 22nd (PDF, 117 KB)
8-27-12 : Report: 8.27.12 (PDF, 58 KB)
9-17-12 : Report: 9.17.12 (PDF, 56 KB)
9-24-12 (PDF, 171 KB)
Senate Attendance (XLS, 55 KB)
September 14 (PDF, 67 KB)
September 28 (PDF, 1 MB)
October 12 (PDF, 1 MB)
November 9 (PDF, 1 MB)
November 30 (PDF, 1 MB)
January 25 (PDF, 1 MB)
February 8 (PDF, 1 MB)
February 22 (PDF, 1 MB)
March 8 (PDF, 2 MB)
March 22 (PDF, 2 MB)
April 5 (PDF, 1 MB)
August 31 (PDF, 2 MB)
September 14 (PDF, 90 KB)
September 28 (PDF, 2 MB)
October 12 (PDF, 2 MB)
October 26 (PDF, 2 MB)
November 9 (PDF, 2 MB)
November 30 (PDF, 2 MB)
January 25 (PDF, 2 MB)
February 8 (PDF, 2 MB)
February 22 (PDF, 2 MB)
March 8 (PDF, 2 MB)
Press Release 6-8-12 : First Week of McDaniel-Sibley Administration (PDF, 117 KB)
Press Release 6-15-12 : McDaniel-Sibley Focus on Legislative Agenda (PDF, 117 KB)
Press Release 6-18-12 : Executives Visit Round Rock Higher Education Center (PDF, 200 KB)
Press Release 6-30-12 : McDaniel-Sibley Adminstration open up Student Government to all (PDF, 119 KB)
Press Relase 9-12-12 : Dr. Pepper Returns to Texas State (PDF, 200 KB)
Press Release 9-14-12 : Launch of Engagement Week Initiative (PDF, 197 KB)
Press Release 10-22-12 : President McDaniel Signs Concealed Carry, lays out legislative priorities (PDF, 183 KB)
Press Release 10-8-13 : ASGA Consultant reviews efficiency of Texas State's ASG (PDF, 201 KB)

2014-2015 Administration

4.28.14 Joint Session : 4-28-14 Joint Session Agenda (PDF, 166 KB)
4.28.14 : 4-28-14 Senate Agenda (PDF, 91 KB)
8.25.14 (PDF, 61 KB)
9.8.14 (PDF, 61 KB)
9.15.14 (PDF, 79 KB)
9.22.14 (PDF, 78 KB)
9.29.14 (PDF, 61 KB)
10.6.14 (PDF, 60 KB)
10.13.14 (PDF, 63 KB)
4-28-14 Joint Session : 4-28-14 Joint Session Minutes (PDF, 14 KB)
4-28-14 Senate Meeting : 4-28-14 Senate Meeting Minutes (PDF, 17 KB)
Minutes 8.25.14 (PDF, 103 KB)
Minutes 9.8.14 (PDF, 103 KB)
Minutes 9.15.14 (PDF, 111 KB)
Minutes 9.22.14 (PDF, 97 KB)
Minutes 9.29.14 (PDF, 82 KB)
Minutes 10.6.14 (PDF, 76 KB)
4.30.14 (PDF, 12 KB)
7.16.14 (PDF, 120 KB)
Advisory Opinion No. 01-01 : Required Events and Absences Guidelines (PDF, 489 KB)

The primary question before the Court was for guidance as to how absences from required events effect overall attendance and if those absences can be used for impeachment. The Court decided to create reasonable limitations on required event times and confirmed that absences from required events are the same as missing a required meeting.

Court Order and Opinion - Case No. 01-02 : Hunter Schuler v. Sean Quinones, Student Body Vice President (PDF, 292 KB)

The complainant requested injunctive relief pending a hearing by the Court related to the issue of a resolution passed by the Senate on September 8, 2014 with 13 votes in the favor, 8 votes against and 5 abstained votes. The complainant believed that this violates Article III, Section 4 of the Constitution which requires a majority vote to pass any Senate action. The Notice of Complaint was rejected and injunction denied by the Court.

Injunction - Case No. 01.03 : Lauren Stotler v. Abdualrahman Muhialdin (PDF, 70 KB)
An application for Injunctive Relief was submitted by Mr. Abdualrahman Muhialdin, hereafter referred to as the Respondent upon a ruling by the Election Board which disqualified him from office. The request for Injunctive Relief was granted and a tenative hearing set for Feb. 26 2015.
Court Order - Case No. 01.03 : Lauren Stotler v. Abdualrahman Muhialdin (PDF, 65 KB)

An order desolving an Injuncation and reinstating the Election Board disqualification of Abdualrahman Muhialdin.

Court Order and Opinion - Case No. 01-04 : Domonique Gray-Berroa v. Tiffany Young, Student Body President (PDF, 220 KB)

The complainant requested relief in the form of an extension of the Student Government scholarship and granting by the Supreme Court that the scholarship is open to member of Student Government. The complainant believed that the Scholarships Act granted access to Student Government members.

In addition to the specific relief granted in this case the Supreme Court established an Order of Precedence doctrine by which all other cases are measured.

The Supreme Court granted the relief but declared segment of the Scholarships Act unconstitutional through an analysis of the consitutional relation to statues, using the Order of Precedence doctrine. As a result the Court could not convict President Young of a violation per se.