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Legislation authored by J.M. 'Red' Simpson

Includes legislation with J.M. 'Red' Simpson as the primary author for the 58th through 60th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

60th Regular Session
HB 42 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to declaring construction payments and loan receipts to be trust funds.
HB 133 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to amending certain statute by authorizing certain home-rule cities to pledge an ad valorem tax to the payment of airport operation and maintenance expense as a supplement to the revenues and income derived from the operation of their airport or airports.
HB 439 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to enacting "The Employee Safety and Compensation Bill".
HB 475 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to amending the Special Fuels Tax Law to authorize suppliers of liquefied gas to make deductions from the taxable gallons to cover fuel used in stationary pumping operations.
HB 766 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to the creation, financing, administration, and operation of the Collingsworth County Hospital District.
HB 1149 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to making it unlawful to employ anyone to sell liquor who is under the age of 21 years, to sell any liquor or beer to any person under 21 years of age, or to any intoxicated person or habitual drunkard, or to any insane person, and requiring proof of age and identity and providing penalties for violations, etc.
59th Regular Session
HB 86 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes by providing that certain persons, firms and corporations who may labor, specially fabricate material, or furnish labor or material to be used in the prosecution of work for the construction or repair of certain houses, buildings or improvements on real property shall be deemed to be in a direct contractual relationship with the owner of such real property and may perfect his lien against the property in the same manner as any other original contractor.
HB 120 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to amending the Special Fuels Tax Law, pertaining to collection of the tax by suppliers, authorizing certain deliveries of special fuels without collecting a tax, and authorizing suppliers of liquefied gas to make deductions from the taxable gallons to cover fuel used in stationary pumping operations.
HB 383 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to safety measures at service stations.
HB 515 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to competitive bidding on contracts and purchases made by trustees of school districts.
HB 1088 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red"
Caption: Relating to authorizing the Board of Regents of the State Teachers' Colleges to lease on behalf of West Texas State University, certain land to fraternities and sororities.
58th Regular Session
HB 12 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to a change in the name of West Texas State College at Canyon, Texas; so as to change the name of West Texas State College to "West Texas State University."
HB 558 Author: Simpson, Joshua M. "Red" | et. al.
Caption: Relating to validating, ratifying, confirming and approving contracts, scrip warrants and time warrants and refunding bonds authorized by counties or cities (including Home-Rule cities) or towns since the approval by the Governor of Texas; validating, ratifying, confirming and approving refunding bonds issued for the purpose of refunding time warrants and all proceedings, governmental acts, orders, ordinances, resolutions and other instruments relating to the issuance of refunding bonds for such purposes of counties, cities (including Home-Rule cities) and towns.