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Date Title
01/10/1939 State of the State
09/27/1937 Governor's address to the 45th Legislature, 2nd Called Session
05/27/1937 Governor's address to the 45th Legislature, 1st Called Session (HB 167, 45th R.S.)
03/01/1937 Address to the House of Representatives regarding old age assistance (HSR 111)
01/19/1937 Inaugural address
01/13/1937 State of the State, submitting emergency matters to the 45th Legislature: Social Security program, utility regulation, safety program (traffic accidents, uniform drivers license law), Constitutional amendments legislation (power of clemency with Board of Pardons and Paroles, probation, legislative redistricting, salaries of state officials, teachers retirement, temporary confinement of mentally ill persons without jury trial), workmen's compensation insurance for state employees, child labor, revenue and taxation (old age assistance), natural resource tax, franchise tax
09/21/1936 Governor's address to the 44th Legislature, 3rd Called Session, regarding HB 26, 44th Legislature, 2nd Called Session, and submitting the additional subject of providing a system of state unemployment compensation in connection with Titles 3 and 9 of the National Social Security Act (SB 5)
09/16/1935 Governor's address to the 44th Legislature, 1st Called Session (HCR 1)
02/25/1935 Address to Joint Session on taxation (deficit, equalization of tax burdens, graduated chain store tax, petroleum tax, gas, sulphur and other natural resources taxes, tax on pipelines, franchise tax, inheritance tax, sales tax, selective luxury tax, income tax, property classification tax amendment to the Constitution, tax evasions, tax delinquencies, tax assessments, tax administration, budgetary control)
02/21/1935 Address to Joint Session in accordance with HCR 38, submitting an emergency matter to the 44th Legislature: Ratification of Interstate Oil Compact; Letter from Railroad Commission, February 21, 1935 (HB 720, HCR 26)
01/16/1935 State of the State, submitting emergency matters to the 44th Legislature: relief program, old age pensions, planned recovery, Texas Planning Board (federal aid), housing program, prohibition (liquor laws), oil and gas conservation, lobby laws
01/15/1935 Inaugural address