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Cotton Export, Special - 44th R.S. (1935)

Committee Members
Wilbourne B. Collie
Tom A. DeBerry
Robert Fuchs
Fred Knetsch
Will M. Martin
J.J. Olsen
Will D. Pace
Walter Pope
John S. Redditt
Arthur Tarwater
Charges
• Make a study of the cotton growing and cotton marketing situation as well as the production, control and marketing of other major crops in the State of Texas affecting not only the State of Texas but the entire Southern States with the view of making recommendations to the Legislature of Texas and to the members of Congress from Texas, of any suggested plans and proposals that will remedy the existing conditions and that will be calculated to stabilize the production, control and marketing of said cotton and grain production, and also to study and make recommendations as to the feasibility of forming a cotton compact with all other cotton producing states in order that not only the State of Texas but the entire South may be well represented and considered in legislation passed by the Congress of the United States affecting the production of cotton and the production, control and marketing of grain products grown in the State of Texas, and also for said Committee appointed to study the feasibility of requesting the Legislatures of all cotton producing states, and those producing grain crops similar to those produced in Texas, to name similar committees to meet with the Committee appointed herein in order to formulate similar plans for State legislation as well as National legislation affecting the production and sale of cotton and the production, control and marketing of major grain crops.

Note:
Appointed by Lieutenant Governor 4/19/1935 and Speaker 3/21/1935, pursuant to HCR 50.

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