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HB 108, 43rd 1st Called Session
Relating to providing that where a majority of the resident tax payers being qualified electors of any city or town in this State having a population in excess of ten thousand (10,000) inhabitants, having voted at an election held in such city or town in favor of the expending of public funds in such city or town in carrying out the provisions of certain statute, such election and all acts and proceedings had and done in connection therewith by the governing body of such city or town are hereby legalized, approved and validated.

Author: Sarah Tilghman Hughes
Coauthor: William Otey Reed | George M. Parkhouse | Jeff D. Stinson | Zachariah Ellis Coombes

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1933, 43rd 1st C.S.,ch. 30, General and Special Laws of Texas

City Government--Employees/Officers
Validating Acts

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