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HB456   Signed by the Governor
Referred to House Ways & Means Committee, chaired by a Republican
Referred to Senate Local Government Committee, chaired by a Republican
Caption: Relating to an exemption from ad valorem taxation of certain interests in a mineral in place owned by certain charitable organizations.
Bipartisan Bill, authored by Craddick; Geren; Cook; Burrows; Rose
Co-authors:
Sponsors: King
Co-sponsors:

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(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Stewart, Susan for self
 

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(Mon 3/6/2023) Testifying before House Ways & Means as Marble, Reagan for self (with National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO))
(Mon 3/6/2023) Testifying before House Ways & Means as Mcdaniel, Pat for self
(Mon 3/6/2023) Testifying before House Ways & Means as Nelson, Stephen for self (with Manor Park)
(Mon 3/6/2023) Testifying before House Ways & Means as Sparks, Don for self
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Allmon, Jennifer for Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Bremer, Jennifer for Texas Land and Mineral Owners Association
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Colangelo, Laura for self (with Texas Private Schools Association)
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Hale, Kevin for self (with Libertarian Party of Texas)
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Meyer, Alyse for LeadingAge Texas
 

On

(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Mansfield, Allison for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
(Mon 3/6/2023) Registering before House Ways & Means as Reynolds, Brad for Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
 

For

(Fri 5/12/2023) Testifying before Senate Local Government as Allmon, Jennifer for Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops
(Fri 5/12/2023) Registering before Senate Local Government as Meyer, Alyse for LeadingAge Texas



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