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HCR 54, 79th Regular Session
Memorializing the United States Congress not to privatize the social security program.

Last action: Referred to State Affairs

Author: Richard Raymond
Coauthor: Alma Allen | Roberto Alonzo | Rafael Anchia | Kevin Bailey | Lon Burnam | Joaquin Castro | Norma Chavez | Garnet Coleman | Yvonne Davis | Joe Deshotel | Dawnna Dukes | Jim Dunnam | Harold V. Dutton, Jr. | Al Edwards | Craig Eiland | Juan Escobar | David Farabee | Jessica Farrar | Kino Flores | Stephen Frost | Pete Gallego | Charlie Geren | Helen Giddings | Veronica Gonzales | Yvonne Gonzalez Toureilles | Ryan Guillen | Abel Herrero | Scott Hochberg | Terri Hodge | Mark Homer | Chuck Hopson | Jesse Jones | Tracy King | David Leibowitz | Vilma Luna | Armando Martinez | Trey Martinez Fischer | Ruth McClendon | Jim McReynolds | Jose Menendez | Paul Moreno | Elliott Naishtat | Melissa Noriega | Rene Oliveira | Dora Olivo | Aaron Peña | Joseph Pickett | Robert Puente | Chente Quintanilla | Allan Ritter | Eddie Rodriguez | Patrick Rose | Jim Solis | Mark Strama | Senfronia Thompson | Sylvester Turner | Carlos Uresti | Marc Veasey | Mike Villarreal | Hubert Vo | James Laney

Subjects:
Human Services--General
Resolutions--Legislative Policy
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress
SOCIAL SECURITY

House Committee: State Affairs (David Swinford, Byron Cook, Jessica Farrar, Dan Gattis, Jim Keffer, Trey Martinez Fischer, Sid Miller, Mike Villarreal, Martha Wong)

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