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HB 2008, 70th Regular Session
Relating to powers of certain rapid transit authorities with respect to parking facilities, stations, and terminal complexes, and the imposition and use of increased sales and use taxes.

Last action: Effective in 90 days-8/31/87

Author: Hugo Berlanga
Sponsor: Kenneth Armbrister

Remarks: Subcommittee on Mass Transit: Earley, Hacknet, Morales, Wilson, Wolens. House Conferees: Berlanga- Chair, Cavazos, Roberts, Madla, Schoolcraft. 1st Senate Conferees (6/1): Armbrister- Chair, Truan, Tejeda, Zaffirini, Krier. 2nd Senate Conferees (6/1): Armbrister- Chair, Sims, Tejeda, Zaffirini, Krier. H.R. 792 allows changes in conference committee.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1987, 70th R.S.,ch. 804, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Special Districts & Authorities--Miscellaneous
Transportation--Mass Transit

House Committee: Ways & Means (Stan Schlueter, Dan Morales, Hugo Berlanga, Tom Craddick, Robert Earley, Larry Evans, Gerald Geistweidt, Clint Hackney, Paul Hilbert, Albert Luna III, Nancy McDonald, Ron Wilson, Steven Wolens)
Minutes: April 8 1987 | April 21 1987
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Ray Farabee, Roy Blake, Gonzalo Barrientos, Kent Caperton, Chet Edwards, O.H. Harris, Don Henderson, John Leedom, Ted Lyon, Bob McFarland, Hugh Parmer, Bill Sarpalius, Craig Washington)
Minutes: May 13 1987

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