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HB 1226, 70th Regular Session
Relating to the creation and establishment of special districts to provide emergency services in counties of 125,000 persons or less.

Last action: Eff. on adoption of const. amendment

Author: Richard Williamson
Sponsor: Bob Glasgow

Remarks: Enabling legislation for HJR46. House Conferees: Williamson- Chair, Uher, Shaw, Aikin, Garcia. 1st Senate Conferees: Glasgow- Chair, Anderson, Harris, McFarland, Santiesteban. 2ns Senate Conferees: Glasfow- Chair, Armbrister, Sims, Zaffirini, Sarpalius This act takes effect only if SJR27 is approved by the voters.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1987, 70th R.S.,ch. 837, General and Special Laws of Texas

Gubernatorial documents:

Subjects:
EMERGENCY SERVICES DISTRICT ACT OF 1987
Health--Emergency Services & Personnel
Special Districts & Authorities--Miscellaneous

House Committee: County Affairs (Mark Stiles, Robert Eckels, Ben Campbell, Steve Carriker, Eldon Edge, Charles Finnell, Dudley Harrison, Arves Jones, Bob Melton, Pete Patterson, Phyllis Robinson, Foster Whaley, John Willy)
Minutes: April 14 1987 | May 6 1987
Senate Committee: Finance (Grant Jones, Bob Glasgow, Roy Blake, Chet Brooks, Kent Caperton, Ray Farabee, O.H. Harris, Cynthia Krier, Bob McFarland, John Montford, Carl Parker, H. Santiesteban, Carlos Truan)
Minutes: May 23 1987

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