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HB 2128 78-0 (2003) Author: Chisum, Warren
Sponsor: Duncan, Robert
Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas to Childress County. House: State Affairs
Senate: Criminal Justice
Effective on 9/1/03
SB 1209 78-0 (2003) Author: Duncan, Robert Relating to the transfer of certain state property from the Department of Public Safety of the State of Texas to Childress County. Senate: Criminal Justice Referred to Criminal Justice
HB 3120 76-0 (1999) Author: Chisum, Warren
Sponsor: Haywood, Tom
Relating to the prosecuting attorneys and assistants in certain counties. House: Judicial Affairs
Senate: Intergovernmental Relations
Vetoed by the Governor
HJR 35 76-0 (1999) Author: Chisum, Warren Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of constable in Childress County. House: County Affairs Left pending in committee
HB 880 68-0 (1983) Author: Whaley, Foster Relating to the hunting of quail in Childress County. House: Environmental Affairs See remarks
HB 1589 65-0 (1977) Author: Cates, Phil Relating to the creation of a juvenile board in each of the counties of Carson, Childress, Collingsworth, Donley, Hall; providing for a juvenile officer. House: Intergovernmental Affairs Considered by committee in public hearing
SB 915 65-0 (1977) Author: Farabee, Ray
Sponsor: Cates, Phil
Relating to the creation of a juvenile board in each of the counties of Carson, Childress, Collingsworth, Donley, and Hall; providing for a juvenile officer and for duties and compensation of members and of juvenile officers so appointed. House: Intergovernmental Affairs
Senate: Intergovernmental Relations
Effective immediately
HB 1093 57-0 (1961) Author: Ehrle, Sr., William Lawrence "Will" Relating to providing for an increase in salary for certain district officials of Childress County.
SB 29 55-2 (1957) Author: Rogers, Andrew J. "Andy" Relating to making it unlawful to transport minnows of any and all species outside of the county wherein such minnows are caught, seined, or taken; provided that this Act shall only apply to persons, firms, or corporations transporting minnows caught, seined, or taken from the waters of the County of Childress; providing a penalty for the violation of this Act.
HB 417 47-0 (1941) Author: Eubank, Paul Relating to amending a certain Article of the Revised Civil Statutes by adding Childress County to the list of Counties regarding where it is lawful for the Commissioners Court to pay out of the General Fund for bounties for the destruction of wolves, wild cats, and other predatory animals.
HB 914 47-0 (1941) Author: Eubank, Paul Relating to amending a certain Act creating a Special Road Law for Childress County, Texas by authorizing Childress County to fund or refund indebtedness outstanding against its Road and Bridge Fund.
HB 1139 46-0 (1939) Author: Harp, Robert A. Relating to authorizing the Commissioners Court of Childress County to make a land grant to the State Park Board of the State of Texas for the purpose of creating a State Park.
HB 245 45-0 (1937) Author: Davis, J. C. | et. al. Relating to declaring a closed season on the killing of deer and turkey in Throckmorton, Shackelford, Childress, and Walker Counties for a period ending February 1, 1941; prescribing a penalty therefor.
HB 93 44-2 (1935) Author: Alexander, Bob Relating to creating a special road law for Childress County, Texas, providing that said County may fund or refund the indebtedness outstanding against its Road and Bridge Fund as of September 14, 1935, setting forth the method of operation.
HB 219 43-0 (1933) Author: Alexander, Bob Relating to repealing certain statute which provides for a road tax against male persons of certain ages in Childress County.
HB 93 43-1 (1933) Author: Alexander, Bob | et. al. Relating to granting the Commissioners Court of Childress County, Texas, power to use all or any part of the interest collected on notes held by the said Childress County against Childress County school land in Bailey and Cochran Counties, Texas, and to use all or any part of the revenues received from rentals or leases on said land for the payment of taxes on said property, and for the payment of such necessary expenses as may be involved in managing or improving such tracts of said land as may remain unsold and for the payment of reasonable attorney's fees in case of foreclosure by said County of Childress on said school lands.
HB 523 41-0 (1929) Author: Land, Cornelius L. Relating to levying and collecting annually a Three Dollar road tax against all able-bodied male citizens of Childress County, Texas, who are between the ages of twenty-one and forty-five years.
SB 270 41-0 (1929) Author: Small, Sr., Charles Clinton "Clint" Relating to authorizing the Commissioners' Court of Childress County to issue bonds of said County for the purpose of funding or refunding indebtedness incurred for road and bridge purposes and to levy a tax in payment thereof, and providing that if the validity of the indebtedness to be funded by such bonds is not questioned in any suit or proceeding within sixty days from the adoption of the order of the Commissioners' Court authorizing the issuance of such bonds, then such indebtedness shall be conclusively presumed to be valid.
SB 606 41-0 (1929) Author: Small, Sr., Charles Clinton "Clint" Relating to ratifying and validating the creation and consolidation proceedings creating Carey Consolidated Rural High School District No. Ten of Childress County, Texas, by consolidating Purple Hill Common School District No. 14, Prairie Hill Common School District No. 4, Carey Common School District No. 10 and Valley View Common School District No. 28, all in Childress County, Texas.
HB 86 41-4 (1930) Author: Land, Cornelius L. Relating to the commissioners court of Childress County.
SB 65 41-5 (1930) Author: Small, Sr., Charles Clinton "Clint" Relating to the special road law for Childress County.
HB 62 40-0 (1927) Author: Land, Cornelius L. Relating to amending Chapter 28 of the local and special laws enacted by the 33rd Legislature in 1913; regarding a special road law for Childress County.
HB 493 39-0 (1925) Author: Bryant, Sam A. Relating to creating the Tell Independent School District in Childress, Hall and Cottle Counties, Texas, including therein the present Common School-Line School District No. 9 of Hall, Childress and Cottle Counties, and the Tell Independent District of Hall and Childress Counties. House: School Districts
HB 374 33-0 (1913) Author: Cope, W. D. Relating to rendering more effective and efficient the present road law of the State of Texas, in its application and operation in the county of Childress; providing that each county commissioner shall be created road commissioner of their respective commissioners' precincts of said county, fixing compensation.
SB 319 32-0 (1911) Author: Johnson, Willard Arnold Relating to creating the Tell Independent School District in Childress and Hall counties, Texas, defining its metes and bounds; providing for a Board of Trustees therefor.
HB 353 30-0 (1907) Author: Witherspoon, J. G. Relating to creating a more efficient road system for Childress County, Texas.
HB 685 30-0 (1907) Author: Witherspoon, J. G. Relating to validating the incorporation of the Childress Independent School District.
SB 8 27-1 (1901) Relating to validating the incorporation for school purposes only of the town of Childress Independent School District, heretofore incorporated as an independent school district in Childress county.

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