Texas Statutes & Codes Annotated includes all laws of a general and permanent nature, as enacted by the Texas Legislature.
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Location: JPL 3rd Floor KFT1230.56 .V42
Entries in each contain brief historical notes, constitutional provisions where applicable, cross references to other Vernon’s and references to West Digest System and Corpus Juris Secundum. Search the catalog by code. Example: Education Code
Consists of documents covering each congressional and legislative session and other documents of significance, including constitutions, select journals from the constitutional conventions, and early colonization laws. Also first 11 volumes available in print in Special Collections.
The legislature authorized the revision of the statutes and eventually adopted two codes—Penal and Criminal Procedure. Often cited as "O.C." These two codes were the first official codified statutes produced by the legislature. From Legislative Reference Center of Texas.
Location: JPL 3rd Floor KFT1225 .A23 (52nd Legislature 1951 - Current Legislature) (no longer received)
Session laws of Texas. The official bound volumes of the laws enacted during each session. For more information on session laws see Legislative Reference Library of Texas.
Texas Register Archive: Portal of Texas History (1976-2015)
Online version of the Texas Register. Includes proposed, adopted, withdrawn and emergency rule actions, notices of state agency review of agency rules, governor's appointments, attorney general opinions, and more.
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Current and limited archival state codes (generally beginning 1991).
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An online version of the current constitution. It can be downloaded in its entirety, viewed by article, or searched.
Also see database of constitutional amendments (proposed & accepted) to the Texas Constitution.