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HB 391, 79th Regular Session
Relating to computer-assisted hunting from remote locations; providing penalties.

Last action: Placed on General State Calendar

Author: Todd Smith
Joint Author: Todd Baxter | Tommy Merritt | Betty Brown | Rene Oliveira
Coauthor: Rafael Anchia | Kevin Bailey | Leo Berman | Fred Brown | Lon Burnam | Carter Casteel | Joaquin Castro | Norma Chavez | John Davis | Yvonne Davis | Joe Deshotel | Jim Dunnam | Craig Eiland | Juan Escobar | Dan Flynn | Stephen Frost | Pete Gallego | Veronica Gonzales | Toby Goodman | Bob Griggs | Mike Hamilton | Will Hartnett | Abel Herrero | Mark Homer | Ruben Hope | Chuck Hopson | Delwin Jones | Jesse Jones | David Leibowitz | Armando Martinez | Trey Martinez Fischer | Ruth McClendon | Jose Menendez | Joe Moreno | Paul Moreno | Elliott Naishtat | Rob Orr | Aaron Peña | Jim Pitts | Wayne Smith | Joe Straus | Larry Taylor | Sylvester Turner | Carlos Uresti | Marc Veasey | Hubert Vo

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Disabilities, Persons with
Parks & Wildlife--Hunting & Fishing
Parks & Wildlife--Licenses

House Committee: Culture, Recreation, & Tourism (Harvey Hilderbran, Todd Baxter, Dawnna Dukes, Jim Dunnam, Pete Gallego, Donna Howard, Edmund Kuempel, Larry Phillips) Minutes: April 5 2005 | May 3 2005

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