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Senate Committee on Drug Study - 61st R.S. (1969)

Committee Members
Jack Strong, Chair
Criss Cole
Oscar Mauzy
Jimmy Allen, Vice Chair
Patricia Barnes
Ruth Cady
David Falcon
Aubrey Goodman
Mrs. Clint Murschison, Jr.
J. Robert Musslewhite
Norwood K. Richardson
• Conduct public hearings and give intense study to the dangers involved in the continued increase in the availability of narcotics and dangerous drugs, by Texas high school and college age youth. The interim committee shall extend its attention to the chemical properties of narcotics and dangerous drugs, and their harmful physical and psychological effects. The committee shall also recommend a positive program for educating our youth concerning the properties of narcotics and dangerous drugs and their possible effect.

Charged by SR 311 and appointed by Lieutenant Governor pursuant to SR 626 (Senate Journal appendix, 61st Regular, p. 2325).

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