Tape 0853 Side 1, 73rd Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Jurisprudence Committee, 1993-05-18
Case notes: 73rd Senate Jurisprudence Committee Tape 1 of 1 Sides 1and2 9:30am 5-18-93 HB 1499 TR
Tape notes: 73RD Senate Jurisprudence Cmte Rm 5 Tape 1 of 1 Side 1, 5/18/93 9:30am, CSHB 1691 LC pend, HB 38 LC pending, HB 1108 LC pending, voted on: HB 38 LC passed, HB 1108 LC passed, HB 1691 (CS) LC passed, HB 301 LC passed, HB 722 LC passed, HB 2826 LC passed, HB 2825 LC pending, SB 1496 LC passed, HB 2825 LC passed, HB 957 LC passed, HB 1285 LC passed, CSHB 1429 LC passed, HB 1494 passed (LC), HB 1622 LC passed, HB 1987 passed, HB 2042 passed, HB 1498 passed, HB 1499 TR
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73rd Legislature, Regular Session
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