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SCR 5, 84th Regular Session
Urging Congress to reimburse the State of Texas for bearing the financial burden of the federal government's responsibility to secure the Texas-Mexico international border.

Last action: Signed by the Governor

Author: Craig Estes
Coauthor: Brian Birdwell | Jane Nelson | Brandon Creighton | Paul Bettencourt | Donna Campbell | Charles Schwertner | Lois Kolkhorst | Kel Seliger | Troy Fraser | Don Huffines | Bob Hall | Konni Burton | Kelly Hancock | Robert Nichols | Joan Huffman | Charles Perry
Sponsor: Dan Flynn

Session Law Chapter: Acts 2015, 84th R.S., SCR 5

Signed legislation

Companion:

HCR 61 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Introduced (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
BORDER
MEXICO
Resolutions--Legislative Policy
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress

House Committee: State & Federal Power & Responsibility, Select (Phil King, Charles "Doc" Anderson, Travis Clardy, Borris Miles, Tan Parker, Armando Walle, Paul Workman)
Senate Committee: Veteran Affairs & Military Installations (Donna Campbell, Brian Birdwell, Konni Burton, Sylvia Garcia, Bob Hall, Eddie Lucio, Jr., José Rodríguez)
Senate Committee: Veteran Affairs & Military Installations-S/C Border Security (Brian Birdwell, Bob Hall, Eddie Lucio, Jr.)

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