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SB 543, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to the continuation, functions, and operations of the Texas National Research Laboratory Commission, including the advancement of superconductivity research through engineering and science recruiting and to the bonding authority of the commission, of finance corporations established by the commission, and of other state agencies.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/91

Author: Don Henderson
Sponsor: Tim Von Dohlen

Remarks: Section 14 takes effect 1/1/92.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1991, 72nd R.S.,ch. 582, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

HB 748 (Identical)

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

Subjects:
Economic & Industrial Development
NATIONAL RESEARCH LABORATORY COMMISSION
Sunset Bills

House Committee: Government Organization (Layton Black, Bernard Erickson, Charles Finnell, Will Hartnett, Anita Hill, Elliott Naishtat, Nolan Robnett, John Smithee, Mark Stiles)
Minutes: April 9 1991 | April 15 1991 | April 23 1991
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)
Senate Committee: Subcommittee on SB 543 (Anita Hill, Charles Finnell, Will Hartnett)

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