HB 149, 47th R.S. history

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HB 149, 47th R.S.
Relating to providing for the painting of school buses in a distinctive design of red, white, and blue; making it unlawful for any vehicle using the public highway for purposes other than the transportation of school children to be painted in a certain design and providing a penalty; providing that all contracts for the transportation of school children shall provide for vehicles doing such transportation to be painted according to the Statutory design and prohibiting transportation of school children in any vehicles not so painted.

Author: John Peter Stubbs
Coauthor: George C. Morris | Doyle Pevehouse | Thomas O. Murray | Tom W. Deen | William R. "Bill" Chambers | R. Clay Parker


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