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HB 259, 79th Regular Session
Relating to the powers of a county, municipality, or local entity with respect to the regulation of traffic on highways under its jurisdiction.

Last action: Record vote

Author: Gary Elkins
Joint Author: Dennis Bonnen | Bryan Hughes | Debbie Riddle | Jim Keffer
Coauthor: Charles "Doc" Anderson | Dwayne Bohac | Dan Branch | Fred Brown | Bill Callegari | Scott Campbell | Carter Casteel | Warren Chisum | Garnet Coleman | Byron Cook | Frank Corte, Jr. | John Davis | Mary Denny | Harold V. Dutton, Jr. | Craig Eiland | Juan Escobar | Dan Flynn | Pete Gallego | Charlie Geren | Toby Goodman | Kent Grusendorf | Peggy Hamric | Rick Hardcastle | Mark Homer | Ruben Hope | Suzanna Hupp | Carl Isett | Edmund Kuempel | David Leibowitz | Tommy Merritt | Sid Miller | Joe Moreno | Melissa Noriega | Rob Orr | John Otto | Aaron Peña | Jim Pitts | Robert Puente | Chente Quintanilla | Richard Raymond | Gene Seaman | Wayne Smith | David Swinford | Senfronia Thompson | Sylvester Turner | Corbin Van Arsdale | Mike Villarreal | Bill Zedler
Sponsor: Mike Jackson

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
PHOTOGRAPHIC TRAFFIC SIGNALS
RED LIGHT BILL
Vehicles & Traffic--Equipment
Vehicles & Traffic--Rules of Road

House Committee: Urban Affairs (Robert Talton, Alma Allen, Kevin Bailey, Roy Blake, Jr., Jose Menendez, Eddie Rodriguez, Martha Wong)
Minutes: February 15 2005
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations (Frank Madla, Royce West, Kim Brimer, Bob Deuell, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Jon Lindsay, Jeff Wentworth)

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