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SB 309, 79th Regular Session
Relating to the creation of an address confidentiality program to assist victims of family violence, sexual assault, or stalking in maintaining confidential addresses.

Last action: Committee report sent to Calendars

Author: Eddie Lucio, Jr.
Joint Author: Kenneth Armbrister | Kip Averitt | Gonzalo Barrientos | Kim Brimer | Bob Deuell | Rodney Ellis | Kevin Eltife | Troy Fraser | Mario Gallegos, Jr. | Chris Harris | Kyle Janek | Frank Madla | Leticia Van de Putte | Jeff Wentworth | Royce West | John Whitmire | Judith Zaffirini
Coauthor: Eliot Shapleigh | John Carona | Juan Hinojosa
Sponsor: Veronica Gonzales

Companion:

HB 1110 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Introduced (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Crimes--Against Persons--General
Crimes--Against Persons--Sexual
Family--Family Violence
SEXUAL ASSAULT
STALKING

House Committee: Criminal Jurisprudence (Terry Keel, Mary Denny, Juan Escobar, Terri Hodge, Paul Moreno, Aaron Peña, Richard Raymond, Elvira Reyna, Debbie Riddle)
Minutes: May 17 2005 | May 19 2005
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Robert Duncan, Kenneth Armbrister, Rodney Ellis, Troy Fraser, Chris Harris, Mike Jackson, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Frank Madla, Tommy Williams)

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