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HB 527, 40th R.S.
Relating to making it lawful to teach the Spanish Language in the elementary grades in public free schools in counties bordering on the boundary line between the United States and the Republic of Mexico, having a city or cities of a population of five thousand inhabitants, or more, according to the United States census of 1920.

Author: Joseph McGill
Coauthor: William Robert "Bob" Smith, Jr. | Adrian C. Pool | William Rogers Montgomery | Emery Polk Hornaday

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1927, 40th R.S.,ch. 188, General and Special Laws of Texas

Subjects:
Education--Primary & Secondary--Curriculum
EDUCATION--PRIMARY & SECONDARY--SPANISH LANGUAGE

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