64th Regular Session (1975) – Governor Dolph Briscoe

Bill Caption Document
HB 135 Texas Department of Corrections; furloughs for inmates   Veto
HB 659 Mechanical voting machines   Veto
HB 970 Relating to the disqualification of a district judge in a civil action or pretrial hearing.   Veto
HB 1073 Authorizing the Department of Public Welfare to supervise federal matching programs for political subdivisions which provide emergency services for children of needy families.   Veto
HB 1079 Relating to electronic voting systems.   Veto
HB 1136 Permitting young children to accompany parents into polling places and voting booths.   Veto
HB 1481 Relating to construction, operation and maintenance of regional residential facilities in El Paso and Cameron Counties for juvenile offenders in custody of Youth Council.   Veto
HB 1953 Relating to original and appellate jurisdiction in probate matters.   Veto
HB 1984 Relating to appeals from justice court in actions for forcible entry and detainer.   Veto
HB 2215 Relating to the creation of a County Court at Law Number 4 of Travis County.   Veto
SB 52 General Appropriations Act
Line Item Veto.
SB 172 Authorizing and requiring the State, its agencies and departments, and all political subdivisions employing one or more peace officers, to provide legal services and representation for such officers, without cost to the officer.   Veto
SB 270 Relating to the defense of lack of privity and failure to give notice with respect to a manufacturer's liability in a suit for breach of warranty.   Veto
SB 313 Relating to the authority and duties of a city governing body and providing procedures for initiation of preparation and submission of a proposed city charter.   Veto
SB 434 Relating to refunding of certain tuition and fees by institutions of higher education.   Veto
SB 510 Relating to appointment, term of position and compensation of county road engineers.   Veto
SB 511 Relating to the authority of the Court of Civil Appeals for the Thirteenth Supreme Judicial District to transact business at the county seat of the counties in the district.   Veto
SB 664 Relating to the authority of the Parks and Wildlife department to request the attorney general to bring suit for injunctive relief and/or civil penalties against persons violating the statutory prohibition against water pollution.   Veto
SB 980 Relating to establishing a notification, hearing and appellate procedure by which parents or guardians of exceptional children shall be assured due process in identification, evaluation and educational placement of their children.   Veto

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