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Legislation authored by Bob Armstrong

Includes legislation with Bob Armstrong as the primary author for the 58th through 61st Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

61st Regular Session
HB 110 Caption: Relating to exempting the homestead of an unmarried adult from attachment, execution, and every other species of forced sale.
HB 111 Caption: Relating to creating a Texas State Board of Landscape Architects; prescribing penalties for violation.
HB 112 Caption: Relating to days designated as legal holidays; setting an effective date.
HB 249 Caption: Relating to protecting and preserving rights of employees of street transportation systems which have been and are acquired by cities, towns or municipalities.
HB 367 Caption: Relating to prohibiting the operation of slow-moving vehicles, as herein defined, on public streets and highways unless equipped with and displaying a "slow-moving-vehicle emblem" as herein defined; providing certain exceptions.
HB 409 Caption: Relating to the practice of barbering in this state.
HB 477 Caption: Relating to redefining powers of Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education to include authority to certify persons qualified to be peace officers and law enforcement instructors, and institution and facilities for peace officer training; adding to Commission the Commissioner of Higher Education of the Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System; setting penalty for acting as or appointing peace officer in violation of this Act.
HB 478 Caption: Relating to providing that in all cases, except capital cases where the State is seeking the death penalty, the trial judge shall assess the penalty.
HB 479 Caption: Relating to increasing the Texas Union Student fee at The University of Texas at Austin.
HB 480 Caption: Relating to providing for the transfer of certain persons to the Texas Department of Corrections pending appeal from a felony conviction.
HB 679 Caption: Relating to the issuance of drivers licenses and regulations pertaining thereto, to provide for the issuance of an occupational license; providing a penalty for violation.
HB 752 Caption: Relating to revising the procedures relating to bail.
HB 788 Caption: Relating to creating a Texas Parks Advisory Committee.
HB 789 Caption: Relating to safety regulations for discharging pupils from a school bus that must cross a highway or street.
HB 790 Caption: Relating to creating a Texas Conservation Foundation.
HB 845 Caption: Relating to salaries of Assistant County Attorneys of certain counties.
HB 1144 Caption: Relating to authorizing the Texas Criminal Justice Council to plan and conduct a research and demonstration study of probation; providing an appropriation.
HB 1145 Caption: Relating to state grants of assistance for resident students at accredited schools of professional nursing.
HB 1207 Caption: Relating to the composition of the State Board of Health.
HB 1213 Caption: Relating to providing military service credits under certain conditions for members of the State Employees Retirement System.
HCR 12 Caption: Designating an official State gemstone and a State mineral.
HCR 51 Caption: Authorizing the Interagency Natural Resources Council to make a study of the State's submerged lands, beaches, islands, estuaries, and estuarine areas.
HCR 52 Caption: Granting permission to the Boys Club of Austin to hold their 1969 Art Exhibit in the Capitol Rotunda.
HCR 109 Caption: Commending the achievements of "Project Info".
HJR 6 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment to provide that the benefits of homestead exemption be extended to unmarried adults, male and female.
HJR 10 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment permitting denial of bail to a person indicted for a felony committed while that person was admitted to bail on a prior felony indictment.
61st 2nd Called Session
HB 23 Caption: Relating to providing that certain sales of property delivered to points outside of Texas or delivered to points within Texas constitute business attributable to this State for purposes of allocating capital taxable by this State under the franchise tax and to provide for certain limited tax credits; providing an effective date.
60th Regular Session
HB 97 Caption: Relating to mentally retarded persons and responsibility for their support and maintenance as students in State Schools.
HB 141 Caption: Relating to amending certain articles of the Texas Penal Code relating to hunting on lands of the Lower Colorado River Authority.
HB 282 Caption: Relating to amending certain statute relating to the appointment, promotion and discharges of officers and employees of the Department of Public Safety so as to eliminate from the law the requirement of Texas residence at the time of application for employment.
HB 290 Caption: Relating to creating a Texas State Board of Landscape Architects; providing penalties for violation.
HB 296 Caption: Relating to protecting and preserving rights of employees of street transportation systems which have been and are acquired by cities, towns or municipalities.
HB 331 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts by adding to the definition of peace officers; authorizing peace officers to require witnesses to identify themselves; providing that magistrates must warn arrested persons brought before them of their constitutional rights; providing for the jury to pass sentence in capital cases where the State seeks the death penalty; providing that the Department of Public Safety shall become the depository for fingerprint records of persons granted probation under the Misdemeanor Probation Act, etc.
HB 361 Caption: Relating to requiring building permits for the building, erection or construction of any building or other structures, or for making improvements to any existing structure and for the moving of buildings; providing exceptions; providing for the issuance of permits by county tax collectors; providing a fee for permits; making the violation of this Act a misdemeanor and fixing penalties.
HB 378 Caption: Relating to the State Judicial Qualifications Commission.
HB 387 Caption: Relating to making it unlawful and a felony for any person who shall enter upon any premises or public utility right-of-way with intent to steal or carry away without consent of the owner or assist in stealing or so carrying away any copper wire or copper cable; providing that any person illegally transporting more than a certain amount of copper wire or copper cable shall be guilty of a felony; providing penalties for violations for the terms of the Act; providing certain defenses.
HB 434 Caption: Relating to requiring secondhand metal dealers to maintain certain records and make certain reports with respect to certain purchases and sales of copper and brass materials; prescribing a penalty.
HB 1197 Caption: Relating to amending the Code of Criminal Procedure relating to insanity as a defense or as a bar in criminal cases.
HB 1332 Caption: Relating to receipt of benefits from the Teachers' Retirement System of Texas by certain persons in this state.
HCR 57 Caption: Authorizing the State Building Commission to execute agreements for the vacation of city streets and alleys and for relocation of traffic arteries in the Capitol Complex.
HCR 79 Caption: Honoring Dr. Addison E. Lee for his public service as an educator.
HCR 107 Caption: In memory of Jerome Sneed Jr. of Austin.
HCR 154 Caption: Granting McCarty-Connally Company permission to sue the University of Texas.
HJR 19 Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas relating to denial of bail to a person indicted for a felony committed while that person was admitted to bail on a prior felony indictment.
HJR 20 Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Texas providing for the investment of the Permanent University Fund by the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System in certain types of securities within the prudent man rule.
HR 8 Caption: Directing the creation of Committees to notify the Governor and the Senate of the Organization of the House.
HR 185 Caption: Commending the students of Highland Park School in Austin on their interest in State Government.
HR 210 Caption: Commending the students of Burnet High School for their interest in State Government.
HR 220 Caption: Commending the students of Anderson High School for their interest in State Government.
HR 242 Caption: Commending the students of Pflugerville High School for their interest in State Government.
HR 329 Caption: Directing the creation of a Commission on Law Enforcement Procedures to create a manual for law enforcement officers.
HR 337 Caption: Congratulating Representative Franklin Ace Pickens for his appointment as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy Reserve.
HR 344 Caption: Congratulating Miss Ann Scott for being named "Duchess of Austin" at the 19th Annual Neches River Festival.
HR 377 Caption: Commending Leon Black of Martin's Mill for his coaching of the Texas Legislature Basketball team in their victory over the Oklahoma Legislature.
HR 457 Caption: Commending Meechai Ruchuphuntu, the Assistant to the House Parliamentarian, for his invaluable service during the Session.
HR 469 Caption: Directing the creation of a committee to study the relationship between the professions of architecture, engineering, and landscape architecture.
60th 1st Called Session
HCR 28 Caption: Directing the creation of the Governor's Advisory Committee on Physical Fitness.
HR 68 Caption: In memory of Virgil C. Lott of Austin.
HR 86 Caption: Commending Wayne Jennings and Tom Martine and al others who participated in the Legislative Softball Game.
59th Regular Session
HB 101 Caption: Relating to warning devices on public streets and highways; providing a penalty.
HB 377 Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts and transferring to the State Board of Education all lands, funds, and property belonging to or purchased for the Texas Blind, Deaf and Orphan School.
HB 419 Caption: Relating to increasing per diem paid members attending regular and called meetings of the Veterans Affairs Commission.
HB 477 Caption: Relating to amending the Insurance Code by providing that the annual meeting of stockholders of insurance companies be held on or before March 31 of each year.
HB 478 Caption: Relating to amending the Insurance Code by providing that directors of life, health, or accident insurance companies need not be stockholders unless so required by the articles of incorporation or bylaws.
HB 499 Caption: Relating to amending the Insurance Code by providing that the first annual meeting of all of the policyholders of each mutual life insurance company insuring the lives of individuals on the mutual level premium, legal reserve plan, be changed.
HB 500 Caption: Relating to conferring upon the Board of Regents of The University of Texas the power of eminent domain to acquire land for the use of The University of Texas System.
HB 677 Caption: Relating to amending certain acts to provide for an annual exceptional children transportation cost allotment to school districts operating approved exceptional children programs determinable on a prescribed per capita pupil basis and/or formula and subject to certain limitations.
HB 678 Caption: Relating to amending certain Statutes to authorize and provide for supervisor professional unit allotments for school district exceptional children education programs, constituting same a part of the Foundation School Program Act and cost thereof.
HB 722 Caption: Relating to creating a Texas State Board of Landscape Architects; providing penalties.
HB 794 Caption: Relating to defining and establishing a preferred lien for all taxes due the State of Texas by virtue of a certain Title except as to motor vehicle liens duly recorded under the Texas Certificate of Title Act.
HB 803 Caption: Relating to placing the wildlife resources of Travis County under the regulatory authority of the Parks and Wildlife Commission; providing an exception relating to archery hunting.
HB 970 Caption: Relating to motor fuel tax refunds to persons selling motor fuel at retail.
HCR 8 Caption: Expressing appreciation to the City of Austin for more than a century of service as a capital.
HR 56 Caption: Granting the Boy Scouts permission to use the Hall of the House on February 16, 1965.
HR 207 Caption: Commending Terry Todd on setting a new U.S. and world record in powerlifting.
HR 216 Caption: Commending Mr. Walter E. Long and his daughter, Mrs. Russell Fish, for their outstanding public service.
HR 435 Caption: Congratulating members of the Bolivia Petroleum Workers Team on being chosen for a tour sponsored by the Bureau of International Labor Affairs.
HR 557 Caption: Congratulating Dr. Caroline Crowell on her retirement.