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HCR 160, 72nd R.S.
Supporting the passage of H.R. 1223 by the Congress of the United States, directing the Secretary of the Army to remove a railroad swing bridge crossing Clear Creek, Texas.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Filed   03/21/1991
H Referred to Transportation   03/27/1991
H Scheduled for public hearing on . . . .   04/09/1991
H Considered in public hearing   04/09/1991
H Testimony taken in committee   04/09/1991
H Reported favorably with amendment(s)   04/09/1991
H 1st Printing printed and distributed   04/12/1991
H 1st Printing sent to Calendars   04/23/1991
H Placed on General State Calendar   04/30/1991
H Laid before the House   04/30/1991
H Amended   04/30/1991
H Adopted as amended   04/30/1991
H Reported engrossed   04/30/1991
S Received from the House   05/01/1991
S Read first time   05/02/1991
S Referred to State Affairs   05/02/1991
S Posting rule suspended   05/22/1991
S Considered in public hearing   05/22/1991
S Reported favorably w/o amendments   05/23/1991
S Rules suspended   05/27/1991
S Read & adopted   05/27/1991
H Senate passage reported   05/27/1991
H Reported enrolled   05/27/1991
S Signed in the Senate   05/27/1991
H Signed in the House   05/27/1991
E Sent to the Governor   05/29/1991
E Signed by the Governor   06/14/1991

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