Includes legislation with Andy Maynor James as the primary author for the 50th through 51st Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.
|51st Regular Session|
|HB 500||Caption: Relating to creating the Texas Hydro-Electric Regulatory Commission for the regulation and control of services rendered by hydro-electric projects situated on navigable rivers of this State and owned or operated by any district or authority or other State agency (herein called "districts") receiving from the State a grant of State ad valorem taxes collected upon property and from persons certain designated counties or political subdivisions; requiring rates and charges for electric power and services rendered by districts to be reasonable non-discriminatory and just to the customers; empowering the commission to regulate and fix rates and compensation to be charged by districts and to prescribe rules and regulations; prescribing the powers and duties of the commission and the duties and rights of the parties with reference to the making of power sale contracts and the fixing of rates, charges and compensation under existing contracts; providing for appeal from action of the commission; enacting other provisions relating to the subject.|
|HB 520||Caption: Relating to amending Article 977, revised Civil Statues of Texas 1925, so as to give the city councils of cities the power to provide for the combining of powers and duties of certain city officers and to provide for the appointment of certain named officers.|
|50th Regular Session|
|HB 89||Caption: Relating to amending certain Acts relative to prohibiting the transportation of minnows of any and all species out of certain counties wherein such minnows are caught, seined, or taken; providing a penalty.|
|HB 117||Caption: Relating to validating, ratifying, approving and confirming certain proceedings and bonds heretofore had or authorized by cities; relating to fire stations and fire-fighting equipment.|
|HB 189||Caption: Relating to prohibiting the killing of squirrels in Hill County during the months of January, February, March, July, August, and September; providing that during the other months of the year no one shall kill more than six (6) squirrels in any one day; prescribing a penalty for violation.|