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Legislation authored by Malouf Abraham

Includes legislation with Malouf Abraham as the primary author for the 60th through 61st Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

61st Regular Session
HB 268 Caption: Relating to providing for the appointment by the District Judge of the 31st Judicial District of Texas, composed of the counties of Gray, Wheeler, Hemphill, Lipscomb, and Roberts, of an official shorthand reporter for such judicial district.
HB 317 Caption: Relating to hunting quail in Wheeler County.
HB 561 Caption: Relating to hunting quail in Lipscomb County.
HB 1276 Caption: Relating to repealing Acts to allow the Parks and Wildlife Department to regulate the open season for taking quail in Hemphill County.
HR 217 Caption: Commending the basketball team of Perryton High School.
HR 261 Caption: Congratulating the Lynxettes girls basketball team of Spearman High School.
HR 383 Caption: Congratulating K.C. Rudy and Rick Berry of Canadian High School on their winning performance at the University Interscholastic League State Meet.
60th Regular Session
HB 656 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts so as to provide that petition to have a director's name printed on the ballot as a candidate shall require not less than 25 qualified voters; and naming a depository bank for a term of three years and until a successor has been named.
HB 1274 Caption: Relating to hunting quail in Hemphill county; providing penalties for violation of the Act.
HCR 17 Caption: Urging Congress to pass a law relating to the sharing of federal income tax receipts with the states.
HR 370 Caption: Congratulating K. C. Rudy, et al, of Canadian High School for their academic success.