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HJR 102, 81st Regular Session
Proposing a constitutional amendment to protect the right of the public to access and use public beaches.

Last action: Filed with the Secretary of State

Author: Richard Raymond
Joint Author: Warren Chisum | Mark Homer | Mike Hamilton | Jim Pitts
Coauthor: Carol Alvarado | Valinda Bolton | Craig Eiland | Jessica Farrar | Ryan Guillen | Joe Heflin | Chuck Hopson | David Leibowitz | Tryon Lewis | Joseph Moody | Elliott Naishtat | Rob Orr | Ken Paxton | Joseph Pickett | Tara Rios Ybarra | Kristi Thibaut
Sponsor: Juan Hinojosa

Session Law Chapter: Acts 2009, 81st R.S., HJR 102

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

Subjects:
Coastal Affairs & Beaches
Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments

House Committee: Land & Resource Management (Dennis Bonnen, Carol Alvarado, Valinda Bolton, Jessica Farrar, Mike Hamilton, Mark Homer, Rob Orr, Ken Paxton, Kristi Thibaut)
Senate Committee: Natural Resources (Kip Averitt, Troy Fraser, Bob Deuell, Robert Duncan, Kevin Eltife, Craig Estes, Glenn Hegar, Juan Hinojosa, Mike Jackson, Robert Nichols, Kel Seliger, Carlos Uresti)

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