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Bill 1-

Bill: HCR 50
Legislative Session: 81(R) Council Document: 81R 5789 MMS-F Add to Bill List | Add to Alert List

Last Action: 02/23/2009 H Referred to State Affairs

Caption Version: Introduced


Caption Text: Affirming that the State of Texas claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United
States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution, serving notice to
the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates, and providing that certain federal legislation be prohibited or
repealed.

Author: Creighton | Hughes | Berman | Gattis | Guillen

Coauthor: Anderson | Aycock | Bohac | Bonnen | Brown, Betty | Brown, Fred | Button | Callegari | Chisum | Christian | Cook | Crabb |
Crownover | Darby | Davis, John | Driver | Eissler | Fletcher | Flynn | Hamilton | Hancock | Hardcastle | Harless | Harper-Brown |
Hopson | Howard, Charlie | Jackson, Jim | Keffer | King, Phil | King, Susan | Kleinschmidt | Kolkhorst | Kuempel | Laubenberg |
Legler | Lewis | McReynolds | Morrison | Orr | Otto | Parker | Paxton | Pena | Phillips | Riddle | Sheffield | Shelton | Smith, Wayne |
Swinford | Taylor | Truitt | Weber | Zerwas

Subjects: Intergovernmental Relations (I0447)


Resolutions--Legislative Policy (I0685)
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress (I0675)

House Committee: State Affairs


Status: In committee

Actions: (descending date order)


Description Comment Date Time Journal Page
H Referred to State Affairs 02/23/2009 392
H Filed 02/17/2009

Bill 2-

Bill: HCR 66
Legislative Session: 81(R) Council Document: 81R 8347 MMS-D Add to Bill List | Add to Alert List

Last Action: 03/02/2009 H Referred to State Affairs

Caption Version: Introduced


Caption Text: Memorializing Congress in defense of the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, affirming the right of states to
nullify acts of Congress, executive orders, and judicial orders, and asserting that any act, executive order, or judicial order that
assumes a power not delegated to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution and which diminishes the liberty of any state or
citizen shall constitute a nullification of the Constitution.

Author: Berman

Subjects: Intergovernmental Relations (I0447)


Resolutions--Legislative Policy (I0685)
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress (I0675)
Resolutions--United States Constitution (I0670)

House Committee: State Affairs


Status: In committee

Actions: (descending date order)


Description Comment Date Time Journal Page
H Referred to State Affairs 03/02/2009 509
H Filed 02/23/2009

Bill 3-

Bill: HCR 76
Legislative Session: 81(R) Council Document: 81R 11845 MMS-F Add to Bill List | Add to Alert List

Last Action: 03/02/2009 H Referred to State Affairs

Caption Version: Introduced


Caption Text: Memorializing Congress in defense of the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, affirming the right of states to
nullify acts of Congress, executive orders, and judicial orders, and calling for the creation of a joint committee to communicate with
other states about the limits of federal power.

Author: Berman | Flynn | Anderson | Riddle | Brown, Betty

Subjects: Intergovernmental Relations (I0447)


Resolutions--Legislative Policy (I0685)
Resolutions--Memorializing Congress (I0675)
Resolutions--United States Constitution (I0670)

House Committee: State Affairs


Status: In committee

Actions: (descending date order)


Description Comment Date Time Journal Page
H Referred to State Affairs 03/02/2009 510
H Filed 02/26/2009