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Legislation authored by Edwin Pinkney Palmer

Includes legislation with Edwin Pinkney Palmer as the primary author for the 41st through 41st Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.
Please note author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 34th.

41st Regular Session
HB 347 Author: Palmer, E. P.
Caption: Relating to validating all Ad Valorem tax levies heretofore made by Independent School Districts in the State of Texas, which levies are unenforceable because of the failure of the governing bodies in such respective Independent School Districts to make such levies by order.
41st 1st Called Session
HB 129 Author: Palmer, E. P.
Caption: Relating to providing for a Rural School Supervisor in lieu of the Teachers' Institute as required under Article 2691, and providing for the payment of the salary of said Rural School Supervisor, in certain counties.
41st 2nd Called Session
HB 85 Author: Palmer, E. P.
Caption: Relating to levying an occupation tax on retail dealers in malt or malt extract; making an appropriation; prescribing penalties.
HB 114 Author: Palmer, E. P. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to further regulating the payment of registration fees on motor vehicles.
41st 4th Called Session
HB 22 Author: Palmer, E. P.
Caption: Relating to amending certain articles relating to the selection of jurors for service in the District and County Courts.
41st 5th Called Session
HB 53 Author: Palmer, E. P.
Caption: Relating to creating and defining Road District No. 2 of Cherokee County, Texas.
HB 149 Author: Palmer, E. P.
Caption: Relating to subjecting to taxation for school purposes all land in Cherokee County, Texas owned by the State of Texas and Prison Commission of Texas, except the land heretofore set aside for the Rusk State Hospital.