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58th Regular Session (1963) – Governor John B. Connally, Jr.

This list has been compiled from sources available at the Legislative Reference Library and the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The list is a work in progress; its completeness and accuracy have not been verified.

Bill Caption Document
HB 86 Appropriations Bill.
Line item veto
  Veto
HB 92 Repealing certain statutes and authorizing speed limits, prohibiting littering, penalties, etc., on beaches in certain counties (bordering the Gulf of Mexico).
House refused to pass over veto - House Journal Text.
  Veto
HB 148 Amending Texas Unemployment Compensation Act relative to benefit eligibility conditions, etc.
House refused to pass over veto - House Journal Text.
  Veto
HB 654 Amending Insurance Code-Mortality Table.
Proclamation unavailable.
 
HB 665 Annexation of schools in adjacent counties.
Proclamation unavailable.
 
HB 769 Exempting milk-producing farm operators from jury service.
Proclamation unavailable.
 
HB 975 Bond money for improvements-Angleton Drainage District.
Proclamation unavailable.
 
HB 1053 Board of Directors-Upper Guadalupe River Authority.
Proclamation unavailable.
 
SB 270 Revising the Code of Criminal Procedure.   Veto
SB 289 State Department of Public Welfare-Revocation of license of child-care institution.   Veto
SB 361 Exempting orphans of members of the Texas National Guard and The Texas Air National Guard killed on active duty from payment of tuition at state supported colleges.   Veto
SB 369 Relating to public opinion polls.   Veto

Information about Vetoed Bills is unofficial and is provided as a public service by the Texas Legislative Reference Library. The Texas Legislative Reference Library makes no representation as to its completeness or accuracy and makes no warranty in regards to its use. Users assume all risk of reliance on the table.