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HB 524, 70th Regular Session
Relating to the abolition of the Texas Amusement Machine Commission and the transfer of certain functions performed by that commission to the office of the comptroller of public accounts.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/87

Author: Mark Stiles
Sponsor: J.E. Brown

Remarks: There was a record vote on Sections 7 and 14. The remainder of the bill was voted on by division vote.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1987, 70th R.S.,ch. 292, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
AMUSEMENT MACHINE COMMISSION, TEXAS
Amusements, Games, Sports
COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions

House Committee: Government Organization (Ashley Smith, Al Granoff, Charles Evans, Lena Guerrero, Anita Hill, Patricia Hill, James Laney, Mike Millsap, Chip Staniswalis)
Minutes: February 24 1987 | March 19 1987 | March 23 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 18 1987 | May 20 1987

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