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SB 765, 63rd Regular Session
To be known as the Act for development of Health Resources of 1973, relating to the acquisition and operation of medical projects as defined in this Act and to the promotion of medical care, public health, and research, including training and teaching, by cities, counties, hospital districts, and public health authorities of the State of Texas; authorizing such entities to acquire certain properties, and to lease, soil, or convey said properties, for the promotion of public health and research and to enter into other contractual relationships, including operating contracts relating thereto; providing the procedures to be followed and making certain findings with respect to the need for such facilities; authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds, refunding bonds and temporary bonds; prescribing the procedures for issuance of the bonds for their form and characteristics, for their use, and security and for their payment; providing that such bonds shall be tax free and be legal investments and eligible to secure public deposits; providing for the issuer to pay expense of relocation or alteration of any highway, railroad or public utility; denying facilities provide by this Act the defense of governmental immunity or immunity of charitable institutions; providing for severability; and declaring an emergency.
Last action: Sent to Calendar Committee
Author: Jack Ogg
ACT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF HEALTH RESOURCES OF 1973
Special Districts & Authorities--Hospital
House Committee: State Affairs ()
May 21 1973
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations ()
April 9 1973 | April 17 1973
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