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HB178   Died in House Calendars Committee
Referred to House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, chaired by a Democrat
Referred to Senate Criminal Justice Committee, chaired by a Democrat
This bill would cost taxpayers $40,699,369.00 over five years, according to the Legislative Budget Bureau.
Caption: Relating to testing possible controlled substance evidence for a controlled substance included in Penalty Group 1-B.
Republican Bill, authored by Murr; Cook
Co-authors: Leo-Wilson
Sponsors:
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Against

(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Hale, Kevin for self (with Libertarian Party of Texas)
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Palmer, Mary for self
 

For

(Tue 2/28/2023) Testifying before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Blackmon, Paula for City of Dallas
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Gonzalez, Julio for Dallas Police Department
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Ibe, Natalie for self
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Long, Matt for self
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Parkinson, Thomas for self
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Szimanski, Jennifer for Combined Law Enforcement Association of Texas (CLEAT)
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Vaughn, Jason for self
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Williams, M Paige for Dallas County District Attorney
 

On

(Tue 2/28/2023) Testifying before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Mills, Brady for Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Laboratory
(Tue 2/28/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as H, Joyce for self



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