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SB 228, 75th Regular Session
Relating to the creation of the offense of trademark counterfeiting.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/97

Author: Kenneth Armbrister
Sponsor: Allen Hightower

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1997, 75th R.S.,ch. 1161, General and Special Laws of Texas


HB 1613 (Very Similar)

Bill Analyses:
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Introduced (Senate Research Center)

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/24/1997) Allen Hightower (Chair) | Toby Goodman | Terry Keel | Allen Place | Beverly Woolley |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/23/1997; discharged 06/01/1997) Kenneth Armbrister (Chair) | David Cain | Mario Gallegos, Jr. | Eddie Lucio, Jr. | Carlos Truan |

Business & Commerce--General
Crimes--Against Property

House Committee: Business & Industry (Kim Brimer, Frank Corte, Dawnna Dukes, Gary Elkins, Helen Giddings, Kyle Janek, Alec Rhodes, Burt Solomons, Beverly Woolley)
Minutes: March 5 1997 | March 26 1997
Senate Committee: International Relations, Trade & Technology (Carlos Truan, Kenneth Armbrister, Teel Bivins, John Carona, Jon Lindsay, Steve Ogden, Bill Ratliff, Eliot Shapleigh, David Sibley)
Minutes: February 5 1997

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