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Legislation authored by Landon Augustus Colquitt

Includes legislation with Landon Augustus Colquitt as the primary author for the 33rd through 33rd 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 30th.

33rd Regular Session
HB 312 Caption: Relating to regulating the practice of dentistry.
HB 332 Caption: Relating to incorporating the Clifton Independent School District in Bosque County.
HB 339 Caption: Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Bosque County in this State and making the county commissioners of said county ex-officio road commissioners, and prescribing their duties as such, and providing for their compensation as such road commissioners.
HB 355 Caption: Relating to authorizing the establishment of county hospitals and dispensaries, providing for the elections for bond issues and the issuance of bonds for the cost of erection of same, and providing revenue for maintaining and managing same, and providing for the appointment of a board of managers.
HB 556 Caption: Relating to amending Rules Four, Thirteen, Fourteen and Twenty of Section Ten, Chapter Thirty, of the General Laws of Texas.
HB 655 Caption: Relating to regulating and controlling the sanitation and location of slaughter pens and houses in and adjacent to cities, towns and villages of less than five thousand inhabitants; providing penalties.
HB 754 Caption: Relating to requiring the physical examination of school children for the detection of corrective physical defects and the prevention of the spread of communicable disease among children.