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Legislation authored by Edward T. Dicker

Includes legislation with Edward T. Dicker as the primary author for the 52nd through 52nd Legislatures. For other types of authorship, search the Legislative Archive System.

52nd Regular Session
HB 43 Caption: Relating to political parties whose nominees for Governor in the last preceding election received as many as ten thousand (10,000) votes and less than two hundred thousand (200,000) votes; providing for determining the hour and places for holding precinct and county conventions; providing for posting of notices and the filing of notices in connection therewith; providing penalties for failure to do so.
HB 434 Caption: Relating to defining a bomb; providing a penalty for any person manufacturing, owning or possessing a bomb, or component parts of same, for any person using a bomb to commit a crime or for intimidating of others, for any person contaminating water, air or food supply, for any person attaching a bomb to any object where the use will cause a damaging detonation, for any person purveying the component parts of a bomb, for any person aiding or conspiring in the planting of a bomb; providing a savings clause.
HB 469 Caption: Relating to creating a conservation and reclamation district to be known as "Dallas Suburban Water District"; defining the powers; enacting other provisions relating to the subject.
HB 704 Caption: Relating to amending the Dallas County Road Law; providing for erection of County Planning Board outside of incorporated cities or towns of Dallas County for the purpose of regulating county planning, platting, subdivisions and matters pertaining to public health; providing regulatory measures and methods of creating such a County Planning Board; providing the remedy of temporary restraining order and injunction in cases of violation of such regulatory provisions.