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SB 17, 68th 2nd Called Session
Relating to the creation, administration, expansion, funding, and dissolution of emergency communication districts in certain counties in which a 9-1-1 telephone number is used as the primary emergency telephone number and to the powers and duties of the districts, participating jurisdictions, and service suppliers; providing for the imposition and collection of fees; authorizing issuance of tax-free revenue bonds, including refunding bonds, and for further security for payment; providing permissible terms and provisions of bonds and their characteristics and for their eligibility for investments and security for deposit of public funds; requiring approval of the attorney general and registration by the comptroller.
Last action: Effective immediately
Author: Hugh Parmer
Sponsor: Mike Millsap
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1984, 68th 2nd C.S.,ch. 7, General and Special Laws of Texas
Submitting as an additional topic for consideration by the 68th Legislature, 2nd Called Session, adoption of a non-substantive revision of statutes relating to civil procedure and civil remedies and liabilities, a credit from the federal government for the overpayment of social security taxes, creation of special districts to provide coordinated emergency telephone service, the terms of the 356th District Court, expenditures from the municipal court judges and personnel training fund, regulation of office of district attorney of the 349th Judicial District, the tabulation of ballots, certain transactions involving certain business machines, and jurisdiction of County Court at Law No. 1 of Dallas County
9-1-1 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER
Health--Emergency Services & Personnel
House Committee: State Affairs ()
July 2 1984
Senate Committee: Intergovernmental Relations ()
June 25 1984
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