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Redistricting legislation

The Legislative Reference Library has compiled a list of all redistricting bills introduced in the Texas Legislature from the 27th Legislature (1901) through the 84th Legislature(2015). You may limit your results by type of redistricting legislation and by the final status of the bill.

13 bills found [  Type: State Board of Education  Status: All   ]             Limit results to:
Legislature Bill Caption Redistricting type Status
82nd R.S. HB 600 Relating to the composition of the districts for the election of members of the State Board of Education.   State Board of Education Passed
82nd R.S. SB 307 Relating to the composition of the districts for the election of members of the State Board of Education.   State Board of Education Did not pass
77th R.S. HB 721 Relating to the composition of the districts of the State Board of Education.   State Board of Education Did not pass
77th R.S. SB 501 Relating to the composition of the districts of the State Board of Education.   State Board of Education Did not pass
73rd R.S. HB 1243 Relating to the composition of certain State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
73rd R.S. HB 2448 Relating to the composition of certain state representative and State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
72nd 2nd C.S. HB 2 Relating to the apportionment of the state into State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
72nd 2nd C.S. SB 2 Relating to the apportionment of the state into State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Passed
72nd 1st C.S. HB 72 Relating to the apportionment of the state into State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
72nd 1st C.S. SB 79 Relating to the apportionment of the state into State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
72nd R.S. HB 149 Relating to the apportionment of the state into State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
72nd R.S. SB 15 Relating to the apportionment of the state into State Board of Education districts.   State Board of Education Did not pass
68th 2nd C.S. HB 72 Relating to the public school system, including administration, finance, personnel, students, and programs, and teacher retirement.   State Board of Education Passed

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