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HJR 19, 72nd 1st C.S.
Proposing a consitutional amendment to provide for legislative review of the use of appropriations and the process of rulemaking by agencies in the executive department of state government and to authorize the speaker of the house of representatives to appoint members of boards, committees, commissions, and other agencies in the executive department.

Last action: Laid on the table subject to call

Author: Tim Von Dohlen
Joint Author: Richard Williamson | Robert Junell
Coauthor: David Swinford | Bob Glaze | Bob Turner | Jerald Larry | Karyne Conley | Rene Oliveira | Eddie Cavazos | Libby Linebarger | Robert Eckels | Ken Yarbrough | Wilhelmina Delco | Renato Cuellar | Henry Cuellar | Ashley Smith | Bob Rabuck | Roberto Gutierrez | Mike Martin

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Resolutions--Constitutional Amendments
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions
State Finances--Appropriations

House Committee: State Affairs (James Laney, Elton Bomer, David Cain, Richard Crawford, Debra Danburg, Robert Eckels, Bernard Erickson, Delwin Jones, Ken Marchant, Keith Oakley, Nicolas Perez, Robert Saunders, Curtis Seidlits, Jr.) Minutes: July 29 1991

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