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HB 1201, 82nd R.S.
Relating to repeal of authority for the establishment and operation of the Trans-Texas Corridor.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Lois Kolkhorst
Joint Author: Jim Pitts | Patricia Harless | John Zerwas | Larry Phillips
Coauthor: Jose Aliseda | Charles "Doc" Anderson | Rodney Anderson | Leo Berman | Dwayne Bohac | Erwin Cain | Wayne Christian | Byron Cook | Dan Flynn | John Garza | Linda Harper-Brown | Bryan Hughes | Jason Isaac | Phil King | John Kuempel | Jim Landtroop | George Lavender | Borris Miles | Jim Murphy | Rob Orr | John Otto | Ken Paxton | Charles Perry | Ron Reynolds | Kenneth Sheets | Mark Shelton | John Smithee | Larry Taylor | James White | Bill Zedler
Sponsor: Glenn Hegar

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2011, 82nd R.S.,ch. 259, General and Special Laws of Texas

Signed legislation


SB 565 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Vehicles & Traffic--General

House Committee: Transportation (Larry Phillips, Dennis Bonnen, Drew Darby, Yvonne Davis, Allen Fletcher, Linda Harper-Brown, George Lavender, Armando Martinez, Ruth McClendon, Joseph Pickett, Eddie Rodriguez)
Minutes: March 9 2011 | March 16 2011
Senate Committee: Transportation & Homeland Security (Robert Nichols, Tommy Williams, Wendy Davis, Rodney Ellis, Chris Harris, Juan Hinojosa, Florence Shapiro, Kirk Watson, Jeff Wentworth)
Minutes: May 11 2011 | May 16 2011

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