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HB 1077, 73rd Regular Session
Relating to the use of corporate revenue of certain industrial development corporations for promotional purposes.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/93

Author: Allen Place
Sponsor: Bill Sims

Remarks: HCR 186 allows for corrections.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1993, 73rd R.S.,ch. 1001, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/28/1993) Allen Place (Chair) | Layton Black | Robert Earley | Patricia Gray | Curtis Seidlits, Jr. |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/29/1993) Bill Sims (Chair) | Gregory Luna | Jerry Patterson | Royce West | Judith Zaffirini |

Subjects:
Economic & Industrial Development

House Committee: Economic Development (Rene Oliveira, Yvonne Davis, Steve Holzheauser, Jim Horn, Nancy Moffat, Jim Pitts, Tom Ramsay, Richard Raymond, John Shields, John Smithee, Ken Yarbrough)
Minutes: March 17 1993
Senate Committee: Economic Development (Carl Parker, Rodney Ellis, Bill Haley, Chris Harris, O.H. Harris, John Leedom, Eddie Lucio, Frank Madla, Peggy Rosson, Florence Shapiro, Jeff Wentworth)
Minutes: May 11 1993

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