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HB 3, 72nd 1st C.S.
Relating to state and local government finances, including the administration, management, use, payment, expenditure, transfer, receipt, and collection of certain state and local revenue, and the authority of certain state agencies to issue bonds and make certain expenditures.

Last action: 1st Printing sent to Calendars

Author: Jim Rudd
Joint Author: Richard Williamson
Coauthor: Bill Blackwood | Robert Junell | Bob Hunter | Jack Vowell | Elton Bomer | Garfield Thompson | David Counts | Henry Cuellar | Rene Oliveira | Nancy McDonald | Barry Telford | Renato Cuellar

Companion:

SB 3 (Identical)

Subjects:
ADVISORY COMMITTEE
BONDS
FUNDS REVIEW ADVISORY COMMITTEE
INTERAGENCY ENERGY COUNCIL
OFFICE OF STATE-FEDERAL RELATIONS ADVISORY POLICY BOARD
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
State Finances--Management & Control

House Committee: Appropriations (Jim Rudd, Clyde Alexander, Bill Blackwood, Elton Bomer, Billy Clemons, Paul Colbert, Frank Collazo, Jr., David Counts, Henry Cuellar, Renato Cuellar, Harold V. Dutton, Jr., Toby Goodman, Paul Hilbert, Bob Hunter, Todd Hunter, Robert Junell, Frank Madla, Nancy McDonald, Rene Oliveira, Barry Telford, Garfield Thompson, Jack Vowell, Richard Williamson) Minutes: July 15 1991 | July 16 1991 | July 18 1991

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