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HB 989, 76th Regular Session
Relating to a temporary exemption from the severance tax for oil and gas produced from wells under certain market conditions.

Last action: Referred to Ways & Means

Author: Tom Craddick
Joint Author: Robert Junell | Judy Hawley | George West | Warren Chisum
Coauthor: Jaime Capelo | Robert Cook | David Counts | John Culberson | Kenn George | Rick Hardcastle | Carl Isett | Jim Keffer | Tommy Merritt | John Smithee | Todd Staples | David Swinford | Gary Walker | Miguel Wise | Beverly Woolley | Geanie Morrison | Phil King | Peggy Hamric | David Farabee | Gene Seaman | Ron Lewis | Charles Jones | Thomas Williams | Edmund Kuempel | Ray Allen | Bob Hunter | Joe Crabb | Kent Grusendorf | Henry Cuellar | Dan Ellis

Companion:

SB 290 (Identical)

Gubernatorial documents:

Subjects:
COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
Oil & Gas
SEVERANCE TAX
Taxation--Energy Resources

House Committee: Ways & Means (Rene Oliveira, Dennis Bonnen, Tom Craddick, Yvonne Davis, Talmadge Heflin, Paul Hilbert, Jim Keffer, Tracy King, Brian McCall, Tom Ramsay, Paul Sadler)

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