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HB 1613, 70th Regular Session
Relating to the adoption of the Texas Coordinate System of 1983 for designating the geographic position of points on the surface of the earth.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Filed   03/11/1987
H Read first time   03/19/1987
H Referred to Natural Resources   03/19/1987
H Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . . .   04/08/1987
H Considered in public hearing   04/08/1987
H Testimony received in committee   04/08/1987
H Reported favorably with substitute   04/08/1987
H 1st Printing sent to Local&Consent Cal.   04/10/1987
H Placed on Consent Calendar   04/23/1987
H Read 2nd time (comm. substitute)   04/23/1987
H Passed to engrossment   04/23/1987
H Read 3rd time   04/23/1987
H Passed   04/23/1987
H Reported engrossed   04/23/1987
H Sent to the Senate   04/24/1987
S House passage reported   04/24/1987
S Read first time   04/27/1987
S Referred to Natural Resources   04/27/1987
S Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . . .   05/18/1987
S Considered in public hearing   05/18/1987
S Testimony received in committee   05/18/1987
S Reported favorably w/o amendments   05/19/1987
S Laid before the Senate   05/23/1987
S Read 2nd time & passed to 3rd reading   05/23/1987
S Rules suspended   05/23/1987
S Record vote   05/23/1987
S Read 3rd time   05/23/1987
S Passed   05/23/1987
S Record vote   05/23/1987
H Returned from the Senate   05/23/1987
H Reported enrolled   05/23/1987
H Signed in the House   05/25/1987
S Signed in the Senate   05/25/1987
H Sent to the Governor   05/26/1987
H Signed by the Governor   06/19/1987
H Effective on 9/1/87   06/19/1987

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