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Legislation authored by William Allen Poage

Includes legislation with William Allen Poage as the primary author for the 34th through 36th 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.

36th Regular Session
HB 184 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to repealing certain Act aiding the City of Paris and Lamar county in the reestablishment and rebuilding of permanent public improvements by donating and granting to them the State ad valorem and a part of the poll taxes and occupation taxes, collected on property and from persons in said county of Lamar for a period of five years and providing a penalty for their misapplication.
HB 273 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to defining live stock commission merchants; requiring such to give bond; imposing penalties for pursuing the occupation of Live Stock Commission Merchant when a bond has not been made or when there has been an intentional breach.
HB 304 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to prohibiting the teaching of German language in any common school, grade school, high school and a school of any independent district, in any college or university, or any educational institution, the funds for the maintenance of which are contributed in whole or in part by city, town or county or by the State of Texas, and prescribing penalties for the violation thereof.
HB 637 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to creating the Speegleville Independent School District, in McLennan county, Texas, defining its boundaries; providing for a board of trustees in said district; conferring upon said district and its board of trustee all the rights, powers, privileges, and duties now conferred and imposed by the general laws of the State upon independent school districts and the board of trustees thereof.
36th 2nd Called Session
HB 83 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to establishing and fixing the salary of the Chairman of the Live Stock Sanitary Commission.
HB 156 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to the creation of a commission on uniform State Laws.
HB 189 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending certain laws relating to the purchase of land and supplies by the Prison Commission.
HB 213 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to creating the Moody Independent School District in McLennan County, Texas.
35th Regular Session
HB 304 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to creating a State Highway Department.
HB 353 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to providing for the establishment and maintenance of colonies for the treatment of persons suffering from tuberculosis and providing for the care and treatment of indigent consumptives, making an appropriation.
HB 441 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to regulating the buying and selling of stocks and bonds and other commodities so as to conform with the United States Cotton Futures Act.
HB 626 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to authorizing the extension of the State Railroad to Waco, in McLennan county, Texas.
HB 691 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to authorizing the assumption by the county of the bonded indebtedness of the road districts of the county.
HB 767 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to amending the special road law for McLennan county.
HB 783 Author: Poage, William Allen | et. al.
Caption: Relating to making an appropriation to pay certain claims against the Prison System.
35th 4th Called Session
HB 60 Author: Poage, William Allen
Caption: Relating to creating and incorporating the Highland Independent School District, in McLennan County, Texas, and defining the boundaries thereof.