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Legislation authored by Carlos Dale Speck

Includes legislation with Carlos Dale Speck 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 114 Author: Speck, Sr., Carlos Dale | et. al.
Caption: Relating to establishing and maintaining a dairy, poultry, pecan, crops and other native products experiment station on the Mile Roscoe and Abilene Soil Type in Taylor, Jones, Callahan and Shackleford counties, Texas, within a radius of twenty-five miles of Abilene, Taylor county, Texas.
HB 244 Author: Speck, Sr., Carlos Dale
Caption: Relating to regulating the control of Johnson grass, Bermuda grass and Russian thistle upon the rights of way of railways in this State, and regulating and controlling such Johnson grass, Bermuda grass and Russian thistle upon lands contiguous to the rights of way, and regulating the exercising of ordinary care to prevent such grass or title from going to seed and maturing upon such rights of way and upon such contiguous lands.
HB 245 Author: Speck, Sr., Carlos Dale
Caption: Relating to amending certain statute with reference to power and authority of county school trustees and of the trustees of independent school districts having scholastic population of more than one hundred and fifty scholastics, and of the trustees of independent school districts under the jurisdiction and control of any city government; granting the right of eminent domain, and prescribing the procedure of the same.
HB 311 Author: Speck, Sr., Carlos Dale
Caption: Relating to drawing juries in certain counties by the use of a jury wheel by amending the present law with reference thereto so as to include counties in this State in which two or more district courts hold their sessions.