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HB 638 71-0 (1989) Author: Harris, Chris | et. al.
Sponsor: McFarland, Bob
Relating to the requirement that each institution of higher education establish a program or short course to assist certain faculty members to become proficient in the use of the English language. House: Higher Education
Senate: Education
Effective on 9/1/89
HB 2467 71-0 (1989) Author: Pennington, Randy | et. al. Relating to a non-binding referendum on the establishment of English as the official language in which the business and affairs of the government are conducted in Texas. House: State Affairs Pending in committee
HB 2893 71-0 (1989) Author: Denton, Betty Relating to the requirement that teaching assistants who teach certain freshman or sophomore courses at an institution of higher education be proficient in speaking, writing, and reading English. House: Higher Education Referred to Higher Education
HJR 48 71-0 (1989) Author: Patterson, Pete | et. al. Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the establishment of English as the official language of Texas. House: State Affairs Pending in committee

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