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SB 632, 84th Regular Session
Relating to the creation of the governor's university research initiative and to the abolishment of the Texas emerging technology fund.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/15

Author: Troy Fraser
Coauthor: Eddie Lucio, Jr.
Sponsor: Angie Button
Joint Sponsor: Trent Ashby | Eric Johnson | Charles "Doc" Anderson | Wayne Faircloth

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2015, 84th R.S.,ch. 323, General and Special Laws of Texas

Signed legislation

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

Conference Committee:

Conference Committee Report 
House Members: (appointed 05/29/2015) Angie Button (Chair) | Charles "Doc" Anderson | Trent Ashby | Wayne Faircloth | Eric Johnson |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/28/2015) Troy Fraser (Chair) | Craig Estes | Joan Huffman | Jane Nelson | Judith Zaffirini |

Gubernatorial documents:

Subjects:
Economic & Industrial Development--General
Education--Higher--Health Institutions
Education--Higher--Institutions & Programs
Governor
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
Science & Technology
TEXAS EMERGING TECHNOLOGY FUND
TREASURY SAFEKEEPING TRUST COMPANY, TEXAS

House Committee: Economic & Small Business Development (Angie Button, Charles "Doc" Anderson, Wayne Faircloth, Jason Isaac, Eric Johnson, Will Metcalf, Eddie Rodriguez, Jason Villalba, Hubert Vo)
Senate Committee: Natural Resources & Economic Development (Craig Estes, Troy Fraser, Brian Birdwell, Bob Hall, Kelly Hancock, Juan Hinojosa, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Robert Nichols, Kel Seliger, Carlos Uresti, Judith Zaffirini)

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