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HB 1200, 77th R.S.
Relating to the enactment of the Texas Economic Development Act, authorizing certain ad valorem tax incentives for economic development, including authorizing school districts to provide tax relief for certain corporations and limited liability companies that make large investments that create jobs in this state, to authorizing the imposition of certain impact fees, and to continuing the Property Redevelopment and Tax Abatement Act.

Fewer plants coming to Texas.
In Chemical Industry Notes
By Texas Chemical Council
Publication Date: Spring 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
The impact of the proposed Texas Economic Development Act on business activity.
In Perryman Report
Publication Date: March 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
Law may help attract AMD [Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.].
In Austin Business Journal
Publication Date: August 17, 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
AMD [Advanced Micro Devices Inc.] may use tax break law.
In Austin Business Journal
Publication Date: October 5, 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
Legislating prosperity.
In Austin Business Journal
Publication Date: March 15-21, 2002
Library Location: Periodicals
Appraised value limitation and tax credit: school districts may receive applications this summer.
In Statement (Comptroller, Property Tax Division)
Publication Date: June 2002
Library Location: Periodicals
Clawbacks: a help or a hindrance in negotiating incentive benefits?
In Journal of MultiState Taxation and Incentives
Publication Date: February 2004
Library Location: Periodicals
Chapter 313: attracting jobs and investment.
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In Fiscal Notes
Publication Date: April 2016
Library Location: Periodicals
Understanding Chapter 313: School property tax limitations and the impact on state finances.
In Texas Taxpayers and Research Association
Publication Date: February 2021
Library Location: Periodicals
Take it to the limit: Benefits and costs of Chapter 313 tax limitations.
In Tierra Grande
Publication Date: March 11, 2021
Library Location: Periodicals

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