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HJR172   Died in House Calendars Committee
Referred to House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, chaired by a Democrat
Referred to Senate State Affairs Committee, chaired by a Republican
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to enact laws providing for a court to grant a commutation of punishment to certain individuals serving a term of imprisonment.
Bipartisan Bill, authored by Cook; Collier
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(Tue 4/25/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Morris, Joe for Game Warden Peace Officer's Association
(Tue 4/25/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Ramsay, Will for self (with 8th Judicial District Attorney's Office)
(Tue 4/25/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Wiley, Erleigh for self (with Criminal District Attorney)
 

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(Tue 4/25/2023) Testifying before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Pressley, Nikki for Texas Public Policy Foundation
(Tue 4/25/2023) Registering before House Criminal Jurisprudence as Tucker, Terra for Alliance for safety and justice



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