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[Capitol Dialogue, 1981]

Description: Newsletter from state representative Lanny Hall, titled Capitol Dialogue. The newsletter includes an introduction by Hall stating how it is an honor to serve as a Texas House Representative and the newsletter contains questionnaires concerning issues during legislature sessions.
Date: [1979..]
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[Letter from L. D. Whitaker at JCPenney to Lanny Hall, January 12, 1979]

Description: Letter from L. D. Whitaker at JCPenney to Lanny Hall, January 12, 1979. The letter is in regards to Whitaker's approval of keeping the Saturday Sunday Closing Law and that as a store manager, has no desire to work on Sundays as well as reasons for Hall to support this bill.
Date: January 12, 1979
Creator: Whitaker, L. D.
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Bilingual Education

Description: Brochure advertising classes for bilingual teachers offered by the Center for Professional Teacher Education at the University of North Texas at Arlignton. The flier provides information about the requirements to enter and complete the program, as well as classes available for elementary teachers who want to be certified in bilingual education.
Date: 1980~
Creator: University of Texas at Arlington. Center for Professional Teacher Education.
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[Letter from Alan Allen to Edwin (Lanny) Hall, January 20, 1983]

Description: Letter from Alan Allen to Lanny Hall, January 20, 1983, in regards to the Wildlife Conservation Act. In his letter, Allen has included a survey from hunters apart of the Sportsmen's Club of Texas (SCOT), that was performed by Dr. John K. Thomas and Clark E. Adams of Texas A&M University - stating that Texas Parks and Wildlife should retain the full authority of wildlife.
Date: January 20, 1983
Creator: Allen, Alan
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[Letter from Carol McDonald to Lanny Hall, April 22, 1983]

Description: Letter from Carol McDonald, MOAK President to Edwin (Lanny) Hall, Texas House Representative on April 22, 1983. The letter is in regard to the Tuition Equalization Grant Program (TEG) and McDonald hopes that Hall will be in favor of the Act when it approaches the floor.
Date: April 22, 1983
Creator: McDonald, Carol
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[Letter from Lloyd D. Munson, February 7, 1983]

Description: Letter from Lloyd D. Munson, February 7, 1983, in regards to the Wildlife Conservation Act. Munson is opposed of the Wildlife Conservation Act, which he says will destroy everything they have worked so hard for and will leave management of game without any say.
Date: February 7, 1983
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[Letter from Lanny Hall to Ernest Truman, March 4, 1981]

Description: Letter from House Representative Edwin (Lanny) Hall to Ernest Truman, Vice Chairman of the Board at the Northeast National Bank in Fort Worth, Texas, March 4, 1981. The letter is in regards to one sent by Truman and his opposition of the repeal of the Texas Blue Law.
Date: March 4, 1981
Creator: Hall, Edwin (Lanny)
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[The Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG) Program]

Description: Document for the Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG) Program, a program and financial aid created and funded by the Texas Legislature. The document describes how one may apply for the grant and what qualifications they must have.
Date: [1984,1985]
Creator: Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas
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[Tough challenges face ‘83 Legislature]

Description: Newsletter from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, with a featured article titled, Tough challenges face ‘83 Legislature. The newsletter includes an illustration of a man, identified as the Texas Legislature, being surrounded by all new bills and propositions - represented as horses.
Date: 1983
Creator: Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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