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SCR 30, 64th Regular Session
Authorizing Board of Regents of University of Texas System, for and on behalf of the University of Texas at Dallas, to acquire by donation and operate, administer, and maintain the facilities of the Callier Center for Communication Disorders for the purpose of serving persons suffering from communication disorders and of training professional persons to deal with those communication disorders; providing for the Callier Center for Communication Disorders to become an integral part of the operations of the University of Texas at Dallas; authorizing the board of regents to execute any and all agreements necessary to carry out the purposes of this resolution; designating that the board of regents may accept gifts and grants from any source in aid of the conduct and operation of the Callier Center for Communication Disorders.

Last action: Signed by Governor

Author: Oscar Mauzy
Sponsor: Chris V. Semos

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1975, 64th R.S., SCR 30

Subjects:
CALLIER CENTER FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
Resolutions--Legislative Policy
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM

House Committee: Higher Education ()
Minutes: May 20 1975
Senate Committee: State Affairs ()
Minutes: April 28 1975

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