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HB 334, 57th Regular Session
Relating to amending certain Statutes providing additional revenue for the support of the State government; relating to the allocation of receipts to the Available School Fund out of the Motor Fuel Tax Fund; relating to the definition of phonographs; relating to air conditioners and component parts used in the assembly and installation of air conditioners; relating to the amount of tax on coin-operated machines; allocating to the Minimum Foundation School Fund all funds heretofore allocated to the Available School Fund; providing for the deposit of certain revenues dedicated to the Permanent School Fund into the Available School Fund not to exceed one per cent (1%) of the Permanent School Fund for the fiscal years ending August 31, 1961, August 31, 1962, and August 31, 1963; relating to levying a tax on certain gifts; relating to the annual license fee for the registration of certain motor vehicles.
Author: Charles Lee Ballman
Clarifying emergency matters submitted to the 57th Legislature on January 18, 1961, relating to retirement of the General Fund deficit; submitting emergency measures for deficit retirement purposes: HB 331, HB 470, HB 559, HB 334, HB 562, and HB 563Submitting emergency matters to the 57th Legislature, to reduce General Fund spending: enforcement and reporting statute to supplement the present Texas escheat law (HB 470 and HB 760); financing Colson-Briscoe farm-to-market road program (HB 562); tuition increase of $50 per semester, with continuation of tuition scholarship program (HB 933); including Texas Education Agency budget in Minimum Foundation Program financing (HB 479); financing county school superintendents and administration from local sources and allowing any county to abolish this office (recommendation of Hale-Aikin Committee, HB 909 and SB 380); redefining scholastic as pupil in average daily attendance (Hale-Aikin, HB 304 and SB 254); changing statutory allocation of certain tax revenue from Available School Fund to Minimum Foundation Fund (HB 334); and increasing collections from families of non-indigent patients in state hospitals (HB 334)Relating to approaching deadline for tax legislation (HB 334) and possibility of special session
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