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HB 761, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to ethics and accountability in state government, to the composition, powers, and duties of the State Ethics Commission, to expenditures made to influence legislation or administrative action, to the filing of personal financial statements, to the receipt of certain compensation, and to political contributions and expenditures; making an appropriation; and providing civil and criminal penalties.

Last action: Left pending in subcommittee

Author: Robert Eckels
Joint Author: Ashley Smith | John Culberson | Tom Craddick
Coauthor: Sam Johnson | A.R. Ovard | M.A. Taylor | Gwyn Shea | Gerald Yost | Dan Shelley | Anita Hill | Ken Marchant | Dalton Smith | John Carona | Kim Brimer | Kenneth Fleuriet | Anna Mowery | Bill Thomas | John Willy | David Swinford | Toby Goodman | Jim Horn | Talmadge Heflin | Jim Tallas | Bob Rabuck | Glenn Repp | Steve Ogden | Fred Hill | Carolyn Park | Dianne Delisi | Jack Harris | Harvey Hilderbran | Steve Holzheauser | Troy Fraser | Jeff Wentworth | Tony Goolsby | Peggy Hamric | Will Hartnett

Companion:

SB 1 (Similar)

Subjects:
Elections--Campaign Financing
Ethics
ETHICS COMMISSION, STATE
Legislature
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
State Finances--Appropriations

House Committee: State Affairs (James Laney, Elton Bomer, David Cain, Richard Crawford, Debra Danburg, Robert Eckels, Bernard Erickson, Delwin Jones, Ken Marchant, Keith Oakley, Nicolas Perez, Robert Saunders, Curtis Seidlits, Jr.) Minutes: April 8 1991 | April 11 1991

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