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SB 2279, 81st Regular Session
Relating to the dedication of certain civil penalties for violations of the Deceptive Trade Practices-Consumer Protection Act to provide civil legal services to the indigent.
Last action: Effective immediately
Author: Rodney Ellis
Coauthor: Judith Zaffirini
Sponsor: Sylvester Turner
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2009, 81st R.S.,ch. 853, General and Special Laws of Texas
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Introduced (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)
Business & Commerce--General
Civil Remedies & Liabilities
COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
INDIGENT LEGAL SERVICES
State Finances--Management & Control
House Committee: Judiciary & Civil Jurisprudence (Todd Hunter, Roberto Alonzo, Dan Branch, Will Hartnett, Bryan Hughes, Jim Jackson, David Leibowitz, Tryon Lewis, Jerry Madden, Armando Martinez, Beverly Woolley)
May 21 2009
Senate Committee: Jurisprudence (Chris Harris, Jeff Wentworth, John Carona, Robert Duncan, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Juan Hinojosa, Joan Huffman, Carlos Uresti, Kirk Watson)
Index to Sections Affected
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