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HB 183, 84th R.S.
Relating to requiring state agencies to participate in the federal electronic verification of employment authorization program, or E-verify.

Last action: Placed on General State Calendar

Author: Tony Dale
Joint Author: Phil King | Tan Parker | Charlie Geren | Larry Phillips
Coauthor: Rodney Anderson | Cecil Bell | Dwayne Bohac | Dennis Bonnen | Greg Bonnen | Cindy Burkett | DeWayne Burns | Giovanni Capriglione | Byron Cook | John Cyrier | Pat Fallon | Marsha Farney | Allen Fletcher | Dan Flynn | James Frank | John Frullo | Rick Galindo | Craig Goldman | Patricia Harless | Dan Huberty | Bryan Hughes | Jason Isaac | Kyle Kacal | Mark Keough | Matt Krause | John Kuempel | Brooks Landgraf | Jodie Laubenberg | Jeff Leach | Will Metcalf | Rick Miller | Geanie Morrison | Jim Murphy | Chris Paddie | Dade Phelan | Four Price | John Raney | Matt Rinaldi | Scott Sanford | Mike Schofield | Matt Shaheen | Kenneth Sheets | Ron Simmons | Drew Springer | Phil Stephenson | Jonathan Stickland | Ed Thompson | Tony Tinderholt | Scott Turner | Jason Villalba | Molly White | John Wray | Bill Zedler | John Zerwas


SB 374 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (TLC)

State Agencies, Boards & Commissions
State Employees

House Committee: State Affairs (Byron Cook, Tom Craddick, Marsha Farney, Jessica Farrar, Charlie Geren, Helen Giddings, Patricia Harless, Dan Huberty, Jarvis Johnson, John Kuempel, José Menéndez, Ina Minjarez, René Oliveira, John Smithee, Sylvester Turner) Minutes: April 29 2015 | May 4 2015

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