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Special sessions topics

3 special legislative session topics [ session: 45th, 2 C.S. ] Topics are based on the text of the Governor's official proclamations and messages.

 45th 2nd C.S.  Proclamations   Supplementary materials

  • Levying taxes to raise revenues sufficient to adequately provide for: A. The wiping out of the deficit in the General Fund and to make income equal outgo from said fund; B. To provide additional funds to be allocated for old age assistance; C. To provide for aid to the needy blind, the dependent, neglected and needy children, and to take care of the State's portion under the Teachers' Retirement Amendment and Act [Sat Sep 11, 1937]
  • Soil conservation bill to co-ordinate with the Federal Act [Sat Oct 23, 1937]
  • House Bill No. 133 dealing specifically with reallocation and revision of the administration of the Rural Aid Law [Tue Oct 26, 1937]

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