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HB 1723, 77th Regular Session
Relating to the creation of a county employment development board in certain counties to develop programs for rural economic assistance for career training; authorizing a tax.

Last action: Vetoed by the Governor

Author: Gene Seaman
Joint Author: Jim Keffer | Bob Turner | David Counts | Tom Ramsay
Coauthor: Dennis Bonnen | Fred Brown | Wayne Christian | John Davis | Joe Deshotel | Dan Ellis | David Farabee | Charlie Geren | Roberto Gutierrez | Rick Hardcastle | Judy Hawley | Ruben Hope | Chuck Hopson | Carl Isett | Phil King | Lois Kolkhorst | Edmund Kuempel | Vilma Luna | Geanie Morrison | Manny Najera | Dora Olivo | Allan Ritter | Ignacio Salinas Jr.
Sponsor: Kenneth Armbrister

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Enrolled (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Introduced (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Committee Report (Office of House Bill Analysis)

Vetoed by Governor Rick Perry

Subjects:
County Government--General
Economic & Industrial Development--Rural
Labor--Workforce Development
RURAL
Taxation--County

House Committee: Land & Resource Management (Gary Walker, Fred Brown, Joe Crabb, Charlie Geren, Charlie Howard, Mike Krusee, Anna Mowery, Vicki Truitt, Bob Turner)
Minutes: March 5 2001 | March 19 2001
Senate Committee: Business & Commerce (John Carona, Troy Fraser, Mike Jackson, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Frank Madla, Eliot Shapleigh, David Sibley, Leticia Van de Putte)
Minutes: May 10 2001

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