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Legislation authored by Robert P. Callan

Includes legislation with Robert P. Callan as the primary author for the 45th through 45th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

45th Regular Session
HB 741 Author: Callan, Robert P. "Bob"
Caption: Relating to defendant convicted of a misdemeanor.
HB 826 Author: Callan, Robert P. "Bob" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to validating and approving all acts of the governing bodies of cities and towns of the State of Texas in the issuance and sale of bonds, to aid in financing any undertaking for which a loan or grant has been made through the Federal emergency Administration of Public Works or other agency of the Untied States Government.
HB 827 Author: Callan, Robert P. "Bob" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to providing that publication of notices of certain county, city and town elections is unnecessary where no newspaper is published within such county, city or town.
HB 829 Author: Callan, Robert P. "Bob" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to validating, legalizing and approving severally all the acts of the governing bodies of certain educational institutions, in the authorization and issuance of bonds, notes or warrants heretofore issued or that have heretofore been authorized but not yet issued validating and approving the pledge of revenues to the payment of said bonds.
HB 860 Author: Callan, Robert P. "Bob" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to defining the term "newspaper" wherever that term is used in any law of this State which requires or authorizes the publication in a newspaper of any notice.
45th 2nd Called Session
HB 132 Author: Callan, Robert P. "Bob"
Caption: Relating to providing that in counties having a population of forty thousand nine hundred and five (40,905) and not more than forty thousand nine hundred and twenty-five (40,925) according to the preceding Federal Census, the County Judge may appoint a court stenographer to be called and known as the official County Court Reporter of the County Court.