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SB 932, 75th Regular Session
Relating to abolishing the Texas Department of Commerce and transferring its powers and duties to the newly created Texas Department of Economic Development and to certain other economic development programs in the state.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/97

Author: David Sibley
Sponsor: Rene Oliveira
Joint Sponsor: Pete Patterson | Kenny Marchant

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1997, 75th R.S.,ch. 1041, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

HB 2500 (Similar)

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

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/21/1997) Rene Oliveira (Chair) | Vilma Luna | Kenny Marchant | Pete Patterson | Bill Siebert |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/20/1997) David Sibley (Chair) | Teel Bivins | David Cain | Rodney Ellis | Florence Shapiro |

Subjects:
COMMERCE, DEPARTMENT OF
Economic & Industrial Development
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & TOURISM, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF
Military & Veterans
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
STRATEGIC ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING COMMISSION, TEXAS
STRATEGIC MILITARY PLANNING COMMISSION, TEXAS
Tourism

House Committee: Economic Development (Rene Oliveira, Sherri Greenberg, Jim Keffer, Vilma Luna, Richard Raymond, Gene Seaman, Bill Siebert, Leticia Van de Putte, Ken Yarbrough)
Minutes: April 29 1997 | May 7 1997
Senate Committee: Economic Development (David Sibley, David Cain, Robert Duncan, Rodney Ellis, Chris Harris, Tom Haywood, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Frank Madla, Jerry Patterson, Florence Shapiro, Eliot Shapleigh)

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