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House Committee on Texas Response to Federal Sequestration, Interim - 82nd R.S. (2011)

Committee Members
Linda Harper-Brown, Chair
Mike Villarreal, Vice Chair
Cindy Burkett
Brandon Creighton
Dawnna Dukes
Craig Eiland
Dan Flynn
Naomi Gonzalez
Jodie Laubenberg
Eddie Lucio, III
Charles Perry
Charges
• Recommend ways that the state can prepare for looming tax increases and spending reductions caused by gridlock in Washington. Study how the sequestration process will affect the defense industry in Texas, the state budget, public and higher education and the tax burden on Texas families and businesses and develop specific legislative proposals.*

Note:
Appointed by Speaker, 11/12/2012 (Press release, Speaker Joe Straus, 11/12/2012).

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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