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Legislation authored by Samuel David Shannon

Includes legislation with Samuel David Shannon as the primary author for the 34th through 43rd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System. Author information is not complete for the 43rd through 45th Legislatures or for sessions prior to the 34th.

43rd Regular Session
HB 204 Author: Shannon, Samuel David | et. al.
Caption: Relating to regulating and imposing duties and restrictions on telephone utilities; providing for the regulation of rates to be charged by public utilities engaged in the business of furnishing either local or long distance telephone service; and providing for the repeal of all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act.
HB 376 Author: Shannon, Samuel David | et. al.
Caption: Relating to creating the office of county purchasing agent in certain counties; fixing his term of office, and providing for the commissioners court to adopt the system of rules for said office; providing for the removal of said officers and fixing his salary; and repealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict with the terms and provisions of this Act.
HB 762 Author: Shannon, Samuel David | et. al.
Caption: Relating providing for periodical inquiries by the State Depository Board as to the rate of interest to be paid by the State depositories, conferring power on said Board to adjust suchy rate of interest from time to time, and providing that any State depository or reserve depository, considering itself to be aggrieved by such action of the Board, shall have the right to cancel its contract, as provided by certain statute.
43rd 3rd Called Session
HB 86 Author: Shannon, Samuel David
Caption: Relating to validating the creation and changes in boundaries of all independent school districts having within their limits a city with a population of one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) or more, according to the last preceding Federal Census.