Texas Legislature
Bills Coauthored
Sen. Robert Duncan
79th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 11/18/2017

Number of Bills: 9

SB 145 Author: Wentworth
Coauthor: Duncan
Last Action: 04/06/2005 S No action taken in committee
Caption: Relating to liquidated damages for violating certain requirements relating to executory contracts for the conveyance of certain real property.

SB 252 Author: Estes | Fraser | Seliger | Shapleigh | Van de Putte
Coauthor: Lindsay | Lucio | Gallegos | Zaffirini | Duncan | et al.
Sponsor: Delisi
Last Action: 04/12/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to a project of a development corporation in connection with a military base or facility.

SB 326 Author: Zaffirini
Coauthor: Duncan
Last Action: 04/19/2005 S Not again placed on intent calendar
Caption: Relating to using the Internet to obtain identifying information of another person for a fraudulent purpose; providing a penalty.

SB 327 Author: Zaffirini
Coauthor: Duncan
Sponsor: McCall
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to the installation, copying, or use of computer software for unauthorized purposes; providing a penalty.

SB 340 Author: Whitmire
Coauthor: Barrientos | Armbrister | Averitt | Brimer | Carona | et al.
Last Action: 03/01/2005 S Not again placed on intent calendar
Caption: Relating to the authority of a municipality to require the removal of certain vehicles from a freeway without the consent of the owner or person in charge of the vehicle.

SB 604 Author: Ellis
Coauthor: Duncan | Armbrister | Lucio | Shapleigh | Whitmire | et al.
Last Action: 05/21/2005 S Not again placed on intent calendar
Caption: Relating to a qualified privilege of a journalist not to testify.

SCR 8 Author: Seliger
Coauthor: Duncan
Sponsor: Chisum
Last Action: 05/27/2005 E Signed by the Governor
Caption: Designating the chuck wagon as the official vehicle of Texas.

SJR 14 Author: Seliger
Coauthor: Duncan
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 05/24/2005 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing Potter or Randall County to abolish and reinstate the office of constable in the county or in a precinct of the county.

SR 82 Author: Barrientos
Coauthor: Armbrister | Duncan | Harris
Last Action: 02/08/2005 S Reported enrolled
Caption: Recognizing February 8, 2005, as Kidney Day at the Capitol.

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