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HJR 6, 52nd Regular Session
Proposing an amendment providing that the Legislature shall have the power to provide assistance and provide for the payment of same to bona fide citizens of the United States and residents of the State of Texas who are needy ages persons over the age of sixty-five (65) years, needy blind persons over the age of sixteen (16) years; providing a maximum payment of Twenty-Five ($25) Dollars per month from State Funds for Old Age Assistance; providing for the acceptance of financial aid from the Government of the United Sates for such assistance.

Author: Doyle Willis
Coauthor: Paul S. Wilson | Milton D. Wilkinson | Austin E. Westbrook | Ralph E. "Peppy" Blount | Julius O. Duncan, Jr. | Douglass "Doug" Crouch | Waggoner Carr | Otis Henderson | John Newhall Barnhart | Deno Arthur Tufares | Andrew J. "Andy" Rogers | Newton W. McCann | Lamar A. Zivley | Osceola A. Cassity, Jr. | Haney Max Roark | James L. Norton, Jr. | Ben Atwell | Paul F. Hill | D. Barnard Hardeman, Jr. | Clyde E. Manning | William Andrew Miller, Jr. | Claude H. McCorkle | Gilbert M. Spring | James Carroll "Jim" Sewell | Milton Hartsfield | William R. "Bill" Chambers | William Partlow "Bill" Daniel | Bertie Lee "Bert" Hall | James Robert "Jim Bob" Paxton | George T. Hinson | Joe W. Gandy | Clyde Whiteside | Herman Yezak | E. A. "Charlie" Woods, Jr. | Anthony Paul "Tony" Fenoglio | John E. "Jack" Morrison, Jr. | Sterling W. Williams | Joe Hardegree | Virginia Elizabeth Duff

Remarks: The listing of coauthors may be incomplete; not every name on the introduced bill could be matched to a specific member’s signature.

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1951, 52nd R.S., HJR 6

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