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Agricultural Conditions, Special - 47th R.S. (1941)

Committee Members
Roger Q. Evans
Marshall Formby
Willard (William) Rampy
Ben Sharpe
Louis Sulak
Charges
• Study the agricultural situation in the State of Texas in its relation to the general economic structure of the State and Nation. Extend to farmers, stockmen, bankers, merchants and others who are sincerely interested in the welfare of agriculture, an invitation to appear before such committee and offer suggestions relative to the enactment by the Congress of the United States of a National Farm Program Law that would bring to agriculture such relief as would give the industry its proper share of the national income. Compile a report of findings to be used by the House and Senate in a memorial to the Congress of the United States for immediate action.

Note:
Appointed by Speaker 2/3/1941 and Lieutenant Governor 2/19/1941, pursuant to HCR 10. Report printed in Senate Journal, pp. 1707-1709 and House Journal, pp. 3184-3186.

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