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SB 961, 63rd R.S.
Relating to the creation of the Comanche County Hospital District IX, Section 9, of the the Texas Constitution; prescribing a procedure for an election on the creation of such district and levy of a tax for its maintenance, support and payment of indebtedness; providing that the district take over and assume the responsibilities and liabilities of any publicly owned hospital within the district; providing the rights, powers and duties of the district and its governing body and procedures for governing said district and administering, operating and financing the hospital system; providing procedures for the issuance of bonds, the characteristics of such bonds, and their eligibility for investments and security for deposit of public funds.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Tom Creighton
Sponsor: Lynn Nabers

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1973, 63rd R.S.,ch. 203, General and Special Laws of Texas

Special Districts & Authorities--Hospital

House Committee: Intergovernmental Affairs ()
Minutes: May 7 1973 | May 10 1973
Senate Committee: Administration ()

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