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TXHB1111PassRelating to the child safety zone applicable to registered sex offenders and to certain other persons who are released on parole or to mandatory supervision.
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2017-06-15
Effective on 9/1/17
TXHB387IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-05-10
Placed on General State Calendar
TXSB1631IntroRelating to the child safety zone applicable to a person released on parole or to mandatory supervision.
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2017-05-10
Not again placed on intent calendar
TXHB1339IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-02-27
To House Urban Affairs Committee
TXHB848IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-02-21
To House Urban Affairs Committee
TXHB1063IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-02-21
To House Urban Affairs Committee
TXSB76IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-02-14
To Senate Criminal Justice Committee
TXHB207IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-02-13
To House Urban Affairs Committee
TXSB197IntroRelating to the authority of general-law municipalities to restrict sex offenders from child safety zones in the municipality.
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2017-01-25
To Senate Criminal Justice Committee
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