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Legislation authored by James W. Stroud

Includes legislation with James W. Stroud as the primary author for the 59th through 62nd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

61st Regular Session
HB 211 Caption: Relating to the registration of voters; amending the Texas Election Code; providing effective dates.
HB 512 Caption: Relating to clarifying, revising, and amplifying civil and criminal laws relating to general, special, and primary elections held by the state, by counties, cities, and other political subdivisions of the state, and by political parties; amending the Texas Election Code.
HB 678 Caption: Relating to dates on which elections may be held.
HB 815 Caption: Relating to voter registration, voter identification at the polls, absentee voting by certain persons, and affiliation with a political party; amending the Texas Election Code; containing penal provisions; making the Act contingent upon the passage of a constitutional amendment.
HB 816 Caption: Relating to election boards and registrars in certain counties; amending the Texas Election Code.
HB 1089 Caption: Relating to authorizing the State Highway Department, in conjunction with the Bureau of Public Roads, from and after the effective date of this Act, to expend Federal-aid funds matched by a like amount of State funds, for acquisition and construction of parking facilities outside the central business district of an urban area of over 50,000 population.
HB 1316 Caption: Relating to providing for the amendment of the Pension System as to benefits or eligibility requirements, or both, by a majority vote of the Board of Trustees and the participating members in the Fund when proved actuarially sound; providing for the election and effective date.
HJR 19 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment creating a Legislative and Executive Compensation Commission, and empowering the Commission to set compensation for Senators, Members of the House of Representatives, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Lieutenant Governor, and the Governor.
HJR 20 Caption: Relating to proposing a constitutional amendment to repeal the requirement that voters register annually.
HR 108 Caption: Naming Cynthia Jean and Diana Lynn Reed as Mascots of the House.
HR 130 Caption: Congratulating Mrs. J.E. Craft of Dallas, Texas on receiving the Linz Award.
HR 343 Caption: Congratulating Debbie Davis of Dallas, Texas on her tremendous performance in rifle shooting competitions.
HR 385 Caption: Providing for the creation of an interim committee to make a thorough study of the Texas Election Code.
60th Regular Session
HB 346 Caption: Relating to amending certain actions by authorizing the Board of Trustees for certain Firemen, Policemen, and Fire Alarm Operators' Pension Funds to employ an investment counselor and provide for qualifications and compensation.
HB 905 Caption: Relating to prohibiting television "blackouts" of professional football games in certain circumstances.
HR 331 Caption: Congratulating Jeanie Wilson on being named the new "Miss Dallas".
HR 399 Caption: Directing the creation of a committee to study employment and wage issues in regards to small business and agriculture.
60th 1st Called Session
HR 66 Caption: Directing the creation of an interim committee to study the Texas Election Code.
59th Regular Session
HB 495 Caption: Relating to the compensation of election judges and clerks; amending the Texas Election Code.
HB 875 Caption: Relating to the powers and duties of the Texas Turnpike Authority.
HB 885 Caption: Relating to adopting a constitutional amendment abolishing payment of the poll tax as a prerequisite for voting.
HJR 27 Caption: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Texas so as to repeal the provision making payment of the poll tax a requirement for voting and so as to require the Legislature to provide for the registration of all voters.
HR 521 Caption: Congratulating Miss Evelyn Siebert on being named Miss Dallas of 1965 and receiving a part in one of the Dallas Summer Musicals.