HB 129, 79th R.S. history

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HB 129, 79th R.S.
Relating to the authority to require a convicted person to perform manual labor for a nonprofit organization or a cemetery maintained by the county.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Leo Berman
Joint Author: Rob Orr | Robert Cook | Roy Blake, Jr. | Jim McReynolds
Coauthor: Byron Cook | Pete Gallego | Yvonne Gonzalez Toureilles | Bob Griggs | Mark Homer | Chuck Hopson | Lois Kolkhorst | Tommy Merritt | Debbie Riddle | Gene Seaman | David Swinford
Sponsor: Kevin Eltife
CoSponsor: Craig Estes | Judith Zaffirini

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2005, 79th R.S.,ch. 1187, General and Special Laws of Texas


HB 508 (Duplicate)
SB 154 (Identical)
SB 159 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Charitable & Nonprofit Organizations
Corrections--Jails & Prisons

House Committee: Corrections (Jerry Madden, Ray Allen, Kirk England, Pat Haggerty, Scott Hochberg, Delwin Jones, Jim McReynolds, Rick Noriega, Melissa Noriega)
Minutes: March 3 2005 | March 10 2005 | March 11 2005
Senate Committee: Criminal Justice (John Whitmire, John Carona, Rodney Ellis, Juan Hinojosa, Jon Lindsay, Steve Ogden, Kel Seliger, Tommy Williams)
Minutes: May 12 2005

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