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HB 640, 72nd R.S.
Relating to the creation, powers, and duties of the Automobile Theft Prevention Authority.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: David Counts
Coauthor: Kenneth Fleuriet | Rene Oliveira | Mike Martin
Sponsor: Eddie Lucio

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1991, 72nd R.S.,ch. 243, General and Special Laws of Texas


HB 1123 (Duplicate)
SB 562 (Similar)

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

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/08/1991) David Counts (Chair) | Renato Cuellar | Pat Haggerty | Mike Martin | Rene Oliveira |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/13/1991) Eddie Lucio (Chair) | Bob Glasgow | Cynthia Krier | Mike Moncrief | John Montford |

Crimes--Against Property
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
Vehicles & Traffic--General

House Committee: Insurance (Eddie Cavazos, Kim Brimer, David Counts, Mike Martin, Randy Pennington, Tom Ramsay, Gwyn Shea, Mark Stiles, M.A. Taylor)
Minutes: March 4 1991 | March 6 1991 | March 12 1991
House Committee: Subcommittee on HB 640 (Kim Brimer, Gwyn Shea, M.A. Taylor)
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Bob Glasgow, Steven Carriker, Temple Dickson, Rodney Ellis, Gene Green, O.H. Harris, Don Henderson, John Leedom, Eddie Lucio, Ted Lyon, Mike Moncrief, Peggy Rosson, John Whitmire)

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