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HJR 80, 74th Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment to abolish the office of constable in Mills, Reagan, and Roberts counties.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Layton Black
Sponsor: Bill Sims

Remarks: To be voted on November 7, 1995.

Session Law Chapter: Acts 1995, 74th R.S., HJR 80

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

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/26/1995) Layton Black (Chair) | Warren Chisum | Tom Craddick | Ted Kamel | Ron Lewis |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/27/1995) Bill Sims (Chair) | Kenneth Armbrister | Teel Bivins | J.E. Brown | John Montford |

Subjects:
CONSTABLES
County Government--Employees/Officers
Law Enforcement
MILLS COUNTY
REAGAN COUNTY
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
ROBERTS COUNTY

House Committee: County Affairs (Ron Lewis, Warren Chisum, Roberto Gutierrez, Peggy Hamric, Ted Kamel, Glenn Lewis, John Longoria, Sergio Munoz, Arlene Wohlgemuth)
Minutes: April 12 1995 | April 19 1995 | May 3 1995
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations (Rodney Ellis, Eddie Lucio, Jr., David Cain, John Carona, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Michael Galloway, John Leedom, Frank Madla, Jerry Patterson, Peggy Rosson, Florence Shapiro, Jeff Wentworth, John Whitmire)
Minutes: May 17 1995

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