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Legislation authored by Clyde Curtis Miller

Includes legislation with Clyde Curtis Miller as the primary author for the 56th through 56th Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

56th Regular Session
HB 15 Caption: Relating to regulating controversies between employees and employers concerning representation for purposes of collective bargaining; providing for court review and enforcement and prevention of violations and other causes of action.
HB 61 Caption: Relating to amending certain laws relating to vehicles carrying explosive substances or flammable liquids; providing for stopping at railroad crossings.
HB 88 Caption: Relating to the taking of a statement from an injured person; relating to the negotiation of a settlement from an injured person.
HB 266 Caption: Relating to amending certain statutes relating to passenger service on railroads by prescribing certain conditions under which the requirement of one train a day may be excepted.
HB 988 Caption: Relating to authorizing and empowering the commissioners courts in all counties of this State having a population of eight hundred thousand (800,000) or more inhabitants, according to the last preceding Federal Census, to set and approve the official bonds of all elected district, county and precinct officers in any amount not less than Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00), which the commissioners court may deem best for the public interest, and commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of each district, county and precinct official.
HCR 129 Caption: Suspending the Joint Rules of the Legislature to allow either house to consider H. B. No. 88 at any time.
HCR 133 Caption: Suspending the Joint Rules of the Legislature to allow either house to consider H. B. No. 61 at any time.
HR 219 Caption: Designating a certain pecan tree at Huntsville be named the Original Texas Friendship Tree.
HR 565 Caption: In memory of Lester B. Spence of Houston.
HR 573 Caption: Welcoming the students of Pershing Junior High School to the State Capitol.
56th 1st Called Session
HB 24 Caption: Relating to reducing the tax upon the first sale, distribution, or use of motor fuel.
HR 129 Caption: In memory of Gloria Ann Rivera of Houston.
HR 130 Caption: In memory of Helen Irene Edgar of Houston.
56th 2nd Called Session
HB 9 Caption: Relating to reducing the tax upon the first sale, distribution, or use of motor fuel.
HB 24 Caption: Relating to imposing an occupation or privilege tax on persons engaged in the occupation of producing in or importing motor fuel into this State; providing an effective date.
HB 62 Caption: Relating to authorizing and empowering the commissioners courts in all counties of this State having a population of eight hundred thousand (800,000) or more inhabitants, according to the last preceding Federal Census, to set and approve the official bonds of all elected district, county and precinct officers in any amount not less than Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000), which the commissioners court may deem best for the public interest, and commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of each district, county and precinct official.
HR 45 Caption: In memory of Tomas Castro Ontiveros of Houston.
HR 81 Caption: In memory of Aida Theresa Newman of Houston.
HR 88 Caption: In memory of Kenneth Myron of Houston.
HR 113 Caption: In memory of Curtis Clark Wilson, Sr.
56th 3rd Called Session
HB 12 Caption: Relating to imposing an occupation or privilege tax on persons engaged in the occupation of producing in or importing motor fuel into this State; providing an effective date.
HB 57 Caption: Relating to the taking of a statement from an injured person.
HR 36 Caption: Commending Joe Weingarten on his world travels and advocacy for world peace.
HR 39 Caption: In memory of William T. Miller of Houston.
HR 67 Caption: Requesting an investigation from the House Investigating Committee into alleged violations by members of the Texas Railroad Commission.