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Legislation authored by Herbert Edward Shutt

Includes legislation with Herbert Edward Shutt as the primary author for the 58th through 58th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

58th Regular Session
HB 71 Caption: Relating to amending the Texas Election Code by changing the basis for determining the number of delegates to be elected to the county and state conventions of a political party, and the number of votes to which a county is entitled in the state conventions, from the number of votes cast for the party's candidate for Governor at the preceding general election to the total number of votes cast for the office of Governor in the party's general primary election preceding the last general election.
HB 584 Caption: Relating to amending the Election Code to create a Legislative Committee for the appointment of Presidential and Vice Presidential Electors.
HB 773 Caption: Relating to requiring that all actions at law and in equity attacking the validity of proceedings of public bodies concerning the authorizing, financing, issuance, sale and delivery of bonds be brought within thirty days from the first date of publication of notice thereof and not thereafter.
HB 935 Caption: Relating to requiring that any retail store selling goods from a communist country must place a sign with each display of such goods; providing a penalty for the violation of this Act.
HB 983 Caption: Relating to improving The Administration of Public Free Schools by providing for and regulating the holding of elections for County School Trustees in counties having a population of one million or more, according to the last preceding Federal Census.