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Legislation authored by Abe Mulkey Mays, Jr.

Includes legislation with Abe Mulkey Mays, Jr. as the primary author for the 55th through 56th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

56th Regular Session
HB 93 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to the appointment of guardians for totally and permanently disabled persons.
HB 347 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to regulating the taking of fish from the waters of Morris County; prescribing penalties.
HB 348 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to making it unlawful to kill or attempt to kill deer or molest same in Morris County for a period of three (3) years; providing a penalty.
HB 349 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to providing an open season when it shall be lawful to hunt, take or kill squirrels in Morris County; providing penalties.
HB 350 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to amending certain acts so as to provide for the hunting by nonresidents and fees for licenses.
HB 365 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to establishing the Marion County Juvenile Board.
HB 501 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to making it unlawful to hunt deer with dogs in Morris County; providing penalties.
HB 502 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to making it lawful to take or kill coypu, or nutria, at any time in Morris County.
HB 528 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to the charge of the court submitted to juries in the trial of civil cases, permitting the court to submit more than one ultimate fact issue in a single question, and allowing the jury to be informed of the legal effect of answers made on special issues.
HB 571 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending the Foundation School Program Act by providing for a minimum monthly salary of One Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($125.00) for school bus drivers, which amount shall be allocated from the Foundation School Fund and shall be separate and apart from the purchase, maintenance, and operating cost of each transportation unit of the Foundation School Program.
HB 804 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending certain laws by conferring additional powers upon the Northeast Texas Municipal Water District.
HB 844 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to regulating the speed limit of trucks driving at speed of fifty-five (55) miles per hour or more, with gross loads of more than twenty-five thousand (25,000) pounds, providing for penalties therefor, and the manner and means of enforcing the provisions of this Act.
HB 856 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to exempting from existing Statutes regulating the length of motor vehicles which may be operated in this State and from Statutes regulating the distance which a load may extend beyond the front or rear of motor such vehicles or combinations of vehicles used exclusively to transport poles required for the maintenance of electric power transmission and distribution lines.
56th 1st Called Session
HB 46 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to allowing certain cities or towns after approval by the voters to assess and collect an ad valorem tax not to exceed Ten Cents ($.10) on the One Hundred Dollars ($100) valuation for the maintenance and upkeep of certain cemeteries.
56th 3rd Called Session
HB 45 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to allowing certain cities or towns after approval by the voters to assess and collect an ad valorem tax not to exceed Ten Cents ($0.10) on the One Hundred Dollars ($100) valuation for the maintenance and upkeep of certain cemetaries.
55th Regular Session
HB 189 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to repealing certain Acts relating to the criminal jurisdiction of the Seventy-sixth Judicial District Court in Morris County.
HB 203 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to fishing in Caddo Lake and its tributaries in Harrison and Marion Counties, Texas; providing a penalty for violation.
HB 235 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing grants for educational purposes to the children of school age who are withdrawn from or withheld from school due to there being no separate public school provided for children of that race in the district of residence of such child, and no transfer arrangement offered to some adjoining district where a separate school for that race is provided; prescribing penalties.
HB 513 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to validating deeds, conveyances and instruments executed by the county judge and joined by the Commissioners' Court where such instruments were executed prior to 1930 under certain conditions and circumstances.
HB 584 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M. | et. al.
Caption: Relating to the Foundation School Program so as to provide for a minimum monthly salary of One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars for school bus drivers, which amount shall be allocated from the Foundation School Fund and shall be separate and apart from the purchase, maintenance and operating cost of transportation units.
HB 851 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts by providing more definitely the motor vehicles required to be equipped with, and to use, stop and turn signal lamps; by authorizing the use of lighting equipment on motor vehicles to warn of the presence of a vehicular traffic hazard.
HB 886 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to amending Texas Insurance Code to provide that the receiver shall prepare and file, every six months, a report on the insurer in receivership.
HB 934 Author: Mays, Jr., Abe M.
Caption: Relating to creating a conservation and reclamation district comprising territory within the City of Jefferson, Marion County, Texas, to be known as the "Jefferson Water and Sewer District".