Texas Legislature
Bills Authored / Joint Authored
Rep. Charlie F. Howard
79th Legislature Second Called Session
Report Date: 11/20/2017

Number of Bills: 6

Report Sections: Authored Bills | Joint Authored Bills

Author (4):
HB 23 Author: Howard, Charlie
Last Action: 07/25/2005 H Referred to Higher Education
Caption: Relating to prohibiting discrimination based on a student's secondary school in awarding certain financial aid for higher education.

HB 48 Author: Howard, Charlie
Last Action: 07/28/2005 H Referred to Property Tax Relief, Select
Caption: Relating to the establishment by the commissioners court of a county for purposes of ad valorem taxation of a limit of less than 10 percent but not less than three percent on the maximum average annual percentage increase in the appraised value of residence homesteads in the county.

HCR 12 Author: Howard, Charlie
Sponsor: Ogden
Last Action: 09/08/2005 E Signed by the Governor
Caption: Honoring U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel A. Bentley Nettles of College Station for his service to his country.

HJR 21 Author: Howard, Charlie
Last Action: 08/01/2005 H Referred to Property Tax Relief, Select
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to permit the commissioners court of a county to establish for purposes of ad valorem taxation a limit of less than 10 percent but not less than three percent on the maximum average annual percentage increase in the appraised value of residence homesteads in the county.

Joint Author (2):
HB 19 Author: Riddle | Howard, Charlie
Last Action: 07/25/2005 H Referred to Property Tax Relief, Select
Caption: Relating to the authorization of a local option election in a county to set a limit of less than 10 percent but not less than three percent on the maximum average annual increase in the appraised value of residence homesteads for ad valorem tax purposes.

HJR 15 Author: Riddle | Howard, Charlie
Last Action: 07/25/2005 H Referred to Property Tax Relief, Select
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for a local option election in a county to set a limit of less than 10 percent but not less than three percent on the maximum average annual increase in the appraised value of residence homesteads for ad valorem tax purposes.

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