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HB 279, 46th Regular Session
Relating to authorizing and requiring the Board of Regents or the governing body of each State Institution of higher learning of the State of Texas to establish and maintain at each Institution the control of such board, a bookstore.

Author: Leighton Marion Cornett
Coauthor: DeWitt Edward Kinard | Bose Reader | Lon E. Alsup | J. Bryan Bradbury | Roy Gilbert Baker | Harold L. Kennedy | Delmar L. King | Howard S. Smith | Thomas D. Wells, Jr. | Joseph White, Jr. | Walter A. Ferguson | Eugene Talbert | Mason Douglas Harrell | Greene E. Newell | Cecil T. Rhodes | Arthur Lawson Holland | Omar Burkett | John Abness Kerr, Jr. | Odis A. Weldon | James C. Spencer | Charles Milford McFarland | Troy E. Kern | Bailey B. Ragsdale | W. Clinton Kersey | Weldon Burney | Ellis D. Cockrell | R. G. Piner, Jr. | Henry G. "Bud" Lehman | Robert H. Wood | Harvey Stephen Joseph Riviere | Ross Hardin | Ottis E. Lock | J. R. Faulkner | Eli Henry Thornton, Jr. | Theodore R. Robinson | Reese Turner | James Edward Taylor | Lester Clark | Howard G. Hartzog | Cloris L. Harris | William R. "Bill" Chambers | John E. Roach | Virgil A. Fielden | William Otey Reed | James H. "Jim" Waggoner | Eugene "Gene" McNamara | Kal Segrist | John Junior Bell | Robert A. Harp | Houston McMurry | Pleasant Lewis Crossley, Sr. | J. J. Olsen | William Jessey Galbreath | Lloyd C. McDaniel | John K. Russell | Gilbert Grady Roberts | Minet M. Davis | Wiley N. Coleman | George H. Harper | B. Thomas "Nub" Johnson, Jr. | H. Frank Howington | William W. "Billy" Bridgers | Magus F. Smith | Max W. Boyer | Jack M. Langdon | Roy Irving Tennant, Jr. | Leland Monte Johnson | Eugene F. Harrell

Subjects:
Education--Higher--Textbooks

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