Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas Governor Rick Perry:

An Inventory of Governor Rick Perry General Counsel Legislation and Appropriations Request Records at the Texas State Archives, 1999, 2001, 2003, bulk 2001


Creator: Texas. Governor (2000-2015 : Perry)
Title: Governor Rick Perry General Counsel legislation and appropriations request records
Dates: 1999, 2001, 2003
Dates: bulk 2001
Abstract: The Office of the General Counsel in the Texas Governor's Office was responsible for analyzing proposed legislation and regulations for validity and legal effect. Records are proposed legislation from the 76th and 77th Legislature and appropriations requests from the 77th and 78th Legislature, dating 1999, 2001, 2003, bulk 2001. Records are laregely various versions of legislative bills and bill analyses, but also may include fiscal notes, notices of hearings, amendments, committee agenda and minutes, notes, research, case summaries, statutes, schedules, and correspondence. Much of the legislation concerns criminal justice issues, open meetings and open records, judicial procedure, the Professional Prosecutors Act, child protective services and child custody, and electronic records.
Quantity: 31.5 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written predominately in English with scattered Spanish throughout.
Repository: Texas State Archives
Sponsor: This EAD finding aid was created in cooperation with Texas Archival Resources Online.

Agency History

The governor of Texas is the chief executive officer of the state, elected by the citizens every four years. The duties and responsibilities of the governor include serving as commander-in-chief of the state's military forces; convening special sessions of the legislature for specific purposes; delivering to the legislature at the beginning of each regular session a report on the condition of the state, an accounting of all public money under the governor's control, a recommended biennial budget, an estimate of the amounts of money required to be raised by taxation and any recommendations he deems necessary; signing or vetoing bills passed by the legislature; and executing the laws of the state. The governor can grant reprieves and commutations of punishment and pardons upon the recommendation of the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles and revoke conditional pardons. He appoints numerous state officials (with the consent of the senate), fills vacancies in state and district offices (except vacancies in the legislature), calls special elections to fill vacancies in the legislature, fills vacancies in the United States Senate until an election can be held and serves as ex officio member of several state boards.

The office of governor was first established by the Constitution of 1845 and superseded the office of president of the Republic of Texas. The position now exists under authority of Article IV, Section 1 of the Constitution of 1876 and Texas Government Code, Chapter 401. To be elected governor, a person must be at least thirty years old, a United States citizen and a resident of Texas for at least five years preceding the election. In 1972, the term of office was extended from two to four years, effective in 1975. Since 1856 the governor has had the use of the Governor's Mansion.

In 2014 there were 277.4 full-time equivalent employees in the Office of the Governor. Nineteen divisions outside of the Executive Office assist the governor in carrying out his functions: Scheduling and Advance; Office of the First Lady; Administration; Appointments; Legislative; Communications; Budget, Planning, and Policy; General Counsel; Internal Audit; Constituent Communication; Criminal Justice; Economic Development and Tourist Development; Governor's Commission for Women; Office of Financial Accountability; Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities; Texas Film Commission; Texas Music Office; Texas Workforce Investment Council; and Office of State-Federal Relations.

The General Counsel position within the Texas Office of the Governor was created in October 1973 when the executive director of the Governor's Criminal Justice Division appointed an individual as General Counsel, to assist him in providing statute interpretations and in other matters relating to policies and procedures. Today the Office of the General Counsel is a separate division in the Governor's Office.

Duties of the General Counsel include providing statute interpretations; tracking inmates on death row as their cases move through the judicial process including all appeals to the governor for commutations or stays of execution; handling pardon requests sent to the governor; reviewing proposed settlements, land patents, grant requests, contracts, easements, and deeds for the governor; analyzing proposed legislation and regulations for validity and legal effect; assisting appointments staff in determining eligibility and other legal issues related to proposed appointments; handling extradition and requisition matters; coordinating ethics guidelines and training for the governor's office; advising the governor on federal programs administered by the state; coordinating the governor's criminal justice policy with the governor's policy director; and providing legal advice and handling litigation filed against the governor or the Governor's Office, in conjunction with actions of the attorney general on the governor's behalf.

(Sources include: Guide to Texas State Agencies, 11th edition (2001); Office of the Governor, accessed on February 26, 2016; the contents of the records; and the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term, accessed via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine on February 29, 2016.)

Rick Perry Biographical Sketch

Rick Perry served as governor of Texas from December 20, 2000, to January 20, 2015.

James Richard "Rick" Perry was the 47th governor of Texas. He was born on March 4, 1950 in Haskell, Texas to Joseph Ray Perry and Amelia June (Holt) Perry. In 1972, he received a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University in animal science. Perry then served as a pilot with the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1977 and was discharged in 1977 with the rank of captain. Perry was elected to the Texas House of Representatives (District 64) as a Democrat in 1984 and served until 1991. He was named one of the 10 most effective lawmakers by the Dallas Morning News in 1989. In the same year, Perry changed his party allegiance, becoming a Republican. Perry left the House of Representatives to serve two terms as Commissioner of Agriculture, from 1991 to 1999. He was a member of the U.S. Trade Representative's Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee on International Trade; the executive committee, Southern U.S. Trade Association; and president of the Southern Association of Trade Departments of Agriculture (from 1992 to 1993). He was elected lieutenant governor in 1998, taking office in January of 1999. Perry became governor to complete the term of Governor George W. Bush who left the office in December 2000 to become president of the United States. Perry was first elected governor of Texas on November 5, 2002, and then reelected on November 7, 2006, and November 2, 2010.

As governor, Perry focused primarily on issues of economy, education, and security, especially along the Texas-Mexico border. He espoused fiscal conservatism, opposing a state income tax and focusing on job growth and business incentives throughout his governorship. As the longest serving Texas governor, Perry capitalized on the main power assigned to him by the Texas Constitution, appointing the majority of sitting members of every state board or commission. In the field of health care, Perry signed several bills governing abortion procedures and funding. Perry issued an executive order mandating that all Texas girls receive the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine on February 2, 2007. The order was overturned by the state legislature the following August.

On August 13, 2011, Perry announced he would be running for president in 2012. However, after a controversial campaign and a low showing in the Iowa caucuses, Perry dropped out of the presidential race on January 19, 2012. Perry later ran for president again, announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on June 4, 2015. He officially suspended his campaign on September 11, 2015.

On August 15, 2014, Perry was indicted by a grand jury on felony charges for abuse of power. The indictment specifically included two charges: abuse of official capacity (a first-degree felony) and coercion of a public servant (a third-degree felony). Perry was accused of coercing Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg (who had been convicted of drunk driving) to resign by threatening to veto funding for the Public Integrity Unit, a group of state public corruption prosecutors. Perry was officially cleared of all charges in February 2016.

Perry married Anita Thigpen in 1982. They have two children, Griffin and Sydney.

(Sources include: Texas State Directory, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at http://www.governor.state.tx.us, accessed on December 22, 2014; the Texas Governor's Office website during Governor Perry's term at https://wayback.archive-it.org/414/*/http:/www.governor.state.tx.us/homeland, dated November 17, 2014; Jeff Zeleny and Michael D. Shear, "Perry to End Bid for Presidency," New York Times, January 19, 2012, accessed on January 19, 2012; Theodore Schleifer, "Rick Perry drops out of 2016 presidential race - CNNPolitics.com," CNN, September 11, 2015, accessed on September 13, 2015; Benjy Sarlin, "Rick Perry indicted for abuse of power by grand jury," MSNBC, August 12, 2014, accessed on August 17, 2014; and Eugene Scott, "Court dismisses one criminal charge against Perry," CNN, July 24, 2015, accessed on July 26, 2015; and Carrie Dann, "Texas Court Dismisses Second Felony Charge Against Rick Perry", February 24, 2016, accessed on April 8, 2016.)

Scope and Contents of the Records

The Office of the General Counsel in the Texas Governor's Office was responsible for analyzing proposed legislation and regulations for validity and legal effect. Records are proposed legislation from the 76th and 77th Legislature and appropriations requests from the 77th and 78th Legislature, dating 1999, 2001, 2003, bulk 2001. Records are largely various versions of legislative bills and bill analyses, but also may include fiscal notes, notices of hearings, amendments, committee agenda and minutes, notes, research, case summaries, statutes, schedules, and correspondence. Much of the legislation concerns criminal justice issues, open meetings and open records, judicial procedure, the Professional Prosecutors Act, child protective services and child custody, and electronic records. Many of the bills are only listed by bill number and do not included descriptive information in the folder title. When available the folder includes the bill number, the name of the bill's sponsoring state legislator, and a brief bill description.

To prepare this inventory, the described materials were cursorily reviewed to delineate series, to confirm the accuracy of contents lists, to provide an estimate of dates covered, and to determine record types.

Arrangement of the Records

These records are arranged into two subgroups: Legislative appropriations requests and Proposed legislation. Within each subseries the records are loosely arranged chronologically by legislative session.


Restrictions on Access

Physical materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Physical materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act exceptions including, but not limited to: certain legislative documents (Texas Government Code, Section 552.106); attorney-client privilege (Texas Government Code, Section 552.107); and agency memoranda (Texas Government Code, Section 552.111), an archivist must review these records before they can be accessed for research. The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (Texas Government Code, Chapter 552).

The researcher may request an interview with an archivist or submit a request by mail (Texas State Library and Archives Commission, P. O. Box 12927, Austin, TX 78711), fax (512-463-5436), email (director.librarian@tsl.texas.gov), or see our web page (https://www.tsl.texas.gov/agency/customer/pia.html). Include enough description and detail about the information requested to enable the archivist to accurately identify and locate the information. If our review reveals information that may be excepted by the Public Information Act, we are obligated to seek an open records decision from the Attorney General on whether the records can be released. The Public Information Act allows the Archives ten working days after receiving a request to make this determination. The Attorney General has 45 working days to render a decision. Alternately, the Archives can inform you of the nature of the potentially excepted information and if you agree, that information can be redacted or removed and you can access the remainder of the records.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements


Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas. Office of the Governor.Office of the General Counsel.
Subjects (Persons):
Perry, Rick, 1950-
Legislative bills--Texas.
Government information--Law and legislation--Texas.
Government policies--Texas.
Public records--Law and legislation--Texas.
Administrative agencies--Texas--Appropriations and expenditures.
Texas--Politics and government--1951-
Document Types:
Bills (legislative records)--Texas--Governors--1999, 2001, 2003.
Bill descriptions--Texas--Governors--1999, 2001, 2003.
Draft (documents)--Texas--Governors--1999, 2001, 2003.
Reports--Texas--Budget--1999, 2001, 2003.
Advising Texas governors.

Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Governor Mark White records, 1947, 1962-1987, undated, bulk 1983-1986, 424.75 cubic ft. (see the series General Counsel files, 1947, 1962-1986, 4.3 cubic ft.)
Texas Governor George W. Bush General Counsel legislation and other records, 1981, 1990-2000, undated, bulk 1999, 1.3 cubic ft.
Texas Governor Rick Perry General Counsel general correspondence, 1995, 1999-2014, 4.5 cubic ft and 958 MB (2,779 files)

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item), Texas Governor Rick Perry General Counsel legislation and appropriations requests. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession number: 2015/067

Records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Office of the Governor on December 19, 2014, through March 2015.

Processing Information

Processed by Halley Grogan, May 2016

Detailed Description of the Records

Governor Rick Perry General Counsel legislation and appropriations request records 1999, 2001, 2003, bulk 2001,
31.5 cubic ft.

Legislative appropriation requests
77th Legislative Session:
2015/067-2924 77th Legislative Session, 2001
Report from Criminal Justice Policy Council, 2001
Criminal Justice Division report, 2001
House Commission on Insurance, report to the House of Representatives (mold), 2001
Focus report, major issues of regular session, 2001
State Finance Report, proposed fiscal 2002-2003 budget, 2001
Sunset Advisory Commission, summary of sunset legislation, 2001
Veto files, 2001
78th Legislative Session:
2015/067-2924 Education Code, 2003
Red sheet email notices, 2003
Special session, 2003
Second called session, 2003
First called session, 2003
HB (House Bill) 1, Health and Human Services, 2003
HB 4, 2003
SB (Senate Bill) 2, Powers of Governor, 2003
SB 272, Lawyer advertis, 2003
SB 724, Small claims settlements, 2003
Bills to watch for, SB 794, 2003
SB 1154, State Library and Archives Commission, 2003
78th Legislative Session, 2003
Bad bills, 2003
2015/067-2927 HB 11-555, 2003
HB 558-1460, 2003
HB 1470-2058, 2003
HB 2061-2689, 2003
HB 2701-3636, 2003
SB 4-652, 2003
2015/067-2935 SB 653-1226, 2003
SB 1230-1955, 2003
Proposed legislation
76th Legislature, 1999:
2015/067-2896 Sex Offender Reg(istration)/Fed(eral) compliance, 1999
Open Meetings Act, 1999
[Government Code, Chapter 551.]
Project Exile, 1999
[Gun control violence reduction initiative]
General info, 1999
Legal bill analysis info, 1999
Legislative rules, 1999
Article III Section 56, local laws
Conservation Districts
[empty folder]
SB 621, Peace Officers Employment Matters in Certain Authorities, 1999
List of bills with status, 1999
Texas Constitution Online
HB 1379, 1999
Veto checklist, 1999
HB 3343, Naishtat, relating to receiverships for certain persons reported to be prisoners of war or missing in action, 1999
HB 524, McReynolds, relating to the application of the professional prosecutors law to the district attorney of the 1st Judicial District, 1999
HB 2758, Turner, relating to placing the district attorney for the 33rd judicial district under the Professional Prosecutors Act, 1999
Hate crimes bill, 1999
HB 2188, Hinojosa, relating to the procedures for accepting a plea of guilty or nolo contendre from certain misdemeanants, 1999
HB 417, Talton, relating to the venue for certain offenses committed against children, 1999
Bill tracking reports, 1999
Enrolled bill memos, 1999
SB 1216, Moncrief, relating to certain examination and reporting requirements regarding a court's determination of a defendant's mental capacity, 1999
SB 1263, Madla, relating to the microfilming or electronic storage of district court records
[empty folder]
Miscellaneous bills, 1999
Legal LSG, 1999
HB 158, Wise, relating to recovery or possession of or access to certain children and to the offenses of interference with child custody, agreement to abduct from custody, and enticing a child, 1999
HB 278, Wise, liability for loss caused by use of controlled substances
[empty folder]
HB 331, Berman, relating to collection of a judgement by a court order to order to turn over certain property, 1999
HB 422, Talton, relating to the invocation of the rule in a criminal trial
[empty folder]
HB 472, Reyna, relating to the exemption form jury service of certain employees of a business entity
[empty folder]
HB 536, Walker, relating to the exemption of certain persons from grand jury service
[empty folder]
HB 584, Allen, relating to the right to expunction of records and files relating to a person's arrest
[empty folder]
HB 806, Jones, J., effect of digital signature on certain court documents, 1999
HB 830, Talton
[empty folder]
HB 1167, Thompson
[empty folder]
HB 1309, Thompson, regulation of private process servers, 1999
HB 1484, Hinojosa, duties affecting a court clerk in criminal matters, 1999
HB 1754, Hill, summoning prospective jurors to justice court, 1999
HB 1974, Swinford, appeals of convictions from justice and municipal courts, 1999
HB 2012, Hilderbran, 1999
HB 2131, Garcia, relating to the disqualification of a judge or justice in a criminal case, 1999
HB 2196, Hope, relating to the duties of the district attorney for the 9th Judicial District, 1999
HB 2582, Eiland, relating to the liability of attorneys who breach a duty of care drafting a will, 1999
HB 2734, Cook, relating to the filing of an affidavit supporting a criminal charge based on the use of a check or similar sight order, 1999
HB 2765, Moreno, Joe, relating to amending the law regarding determination of mental competency in the prosecution of criminal cases to correct certain references to other laws, 1999
HB 3066, Hinojosa, relating to the participation of attorneys representing the state in criminal cases in mediation or similar procedures, 1999
HB 3228, Capelo, relating to the nature of an affidavit that may be filed in support of the issuance of a search warrant, 1999
HB 3249, Allen, 1999
HB 3331, Solis, relating to the confidentiality of a juror's or a potential juror's personal information, 1999
HB 3378, George, relating to the remedies available in a suit to abate a public nuisance, 1999
HB 3382, Hilderbran, relating to the use of reserve law enforcement officers as investigators by prosecuting attorneys, 1999
HJR (House Joint Resolution) 87, Hartnett, relating to permitting a jury to render a verdict when not more than three of the jurors become unable to serve, 1999
SB 117, Lucio, relating to the regulation of private process servers, 1999
SB 217, Duncan, relating to the exemption of certain persons from grand jury service, 1999
SB 421, Shapiro, 1999
SB 577, Armbrister, duties of a court clerk affecting criminal matters, 1999
SB 734, Armbrister, the number of certified peace officers employed by the AG, 1999
SB 798, Ellis, 1999
SB 851, Shapleigh, relating to the issuance of a subpoena, 1999
SB 1011, Brown, relating to contracting by court reporters, 1999
SB 1215, Moncrief, relating to the release of confidential information obtained in connection with certain presentence investigations and postsentence reports, 1999
SB 1276, Wentworth, relating to a misdemeanant's liability for the cost of confinement in a county jail, 1999
SB 1381, Shapiro, 1999
SB 1863, Cain, 1999
SB 1189, Luna, relating to the waiver of a trial by jury, 1999
Criminal Justice LSG, 1999
HB 142, Keel, relating to the right of a defendant to request and receive a pre-trial hearing in a criminal case tried before a jury, 1999
HB 193, Longoria, relating to the waiver of a trial by jury, 1999
HB 245, Gallego, procedures to determine incompetency for purposes of execution, 1999
HB 1601, Ehrhardt, 1999
HB 1736, Turner, 1999
HB 2112, Bonnen, relating to the punishment for the offense of attempted murder, 1999
HB 2121, Gallego, relating to the applicability of the death penalty to a person with mental retardation who is convicted of a capital offense, 1999
HB 2671, Turner, relating to the admissibility of a statement made by a child and to the requirement that the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services notify the parent or guardian of certain children taken into possession by a law enforcement agency, 1999
HB 3068, Hinojosa, relating to the right of a defendant in a criminal case to appeal certain adverse rulings, 1999
HB 3069, Hinojosa, relating to the applicability of the death penalty to a capital offense committed by a person with mental retardation, 1999
HB 3071, Hinojosa, relating to judicial enforcement of the Code of Criminal Procedures, 1999
HB 3227, Capelo, relating to the issuance of a citation in lieu of arrest for possession of alcohol by a minor, 1999
SB 326, Ellis, 1999
HB 1815, Dutton, contracting by court reporters, 1999
Natural Resources LSG, 1999
HB 1137, Thompson, penalty for failing to deliver abandoned property, 1999
HB 1185, Hilbert, alternative pleading to condemn, 1999
HB 1186, dismissal of condemnation proceedings, 1999
HB 1187, Hilbert, uniformity in courts' jurisdiction in condemnation proceedings, 1999
HB 1414, Uher, assessment of damages in condemnation proceeding, 1999
HB 1539, Pitts, validating land conveyances for land formerly used for super collide research, 1999
HB 2459, Yarbrough, relating to applying the open meetings and open records laws to certain property owners' associations, 1999
HB 2460, Yarbrough, relating to the governance of property owner's associations, 1999
SB 489, Ellis, property owner dispute resolution, 1999
SB 490, Ellis, property owner's association, 1999
SB 533, Ratliff, meetings and elections for water supply and sewer service corporations, 1999
SB 726, Nixon, property owners' association elections, 1999
SB 954, Ellis, relating to the governance of property owners' associations, 1999
77th Legislature, 2001:
2015/067-2895 HCR (House Concurrent Resolution) 2 - HCR 334
[Missing HCR 5, 13, 29, 40, 81, 110, 132, 185-186, 193, 199, 202, 204-205, 207-208, 211-213, 218, 221, 225, 233-234, 240-244, 247, 249, 251, 262, 264-266, 270-271, 274-275, 279, 288, 295, 298-299, 307, 321.]
2015/067-2897 Bills already considered, 2001:
HB 59
HB 156
HB 236
HB 247
HB 660
HB 674
HB 877
HB 964
HB 1093
HB 1117
HB 1127
HB 1309
HB 1428
HB 1449
HB 1585
HB 1649
HB 1678
HB 1837
HB 1869
HB 1913
HB 2111
HB 2164
HB 2186
HB 2119
HB 2312
HB 2436
HB 2518
HB 2530
HB 2558
HB 2580
HB 2677
HB 2723
HB 2761
HB 2803
HB 3123
HB 3433
HB 3458
HB 3483
HB 3623
HB 3667
SB 2
SB 40
SB 354
SB 372
SB 510
SB 730
SB 850
SB 1230
SB 1294
SB 1358
SB 1367
SB 1823
SB 2111
SB 1654
SB 113
SB 144
Senior staff bills:
HB 6
HB 141
HB 342
HB 490
HB 596
HB 978
HB 1448
HB 1053
HB 1837
HB 1862
HB 1880
HB 2139
HB 2146
HB 260
[empty folder]
HB 3692
HB 2676
HB 2950
HB 3184
HB 3348
HB 3413/3414
HB 3578
HCR 332 (re HB 6)
SB 309
SB 390
SB 465
SB 515
SB 769
SB 776
SB 791
SB 903
SB 985
SB 1091
SB 1224
Veto list, 2001
Bill Jones, lege briefing info
[empty folder]
Crime victim compensation fund matrix, 2001
Governor bills:
HB 7
HB 396
HB 1200
HB 1403
HB 1862
HB 2139
HB 2484
HB 2600
SB 11
SB 309
SB 311
SB 512
SB 1156
SB 1654
2015/067-2898 Signed by the Governor
HJR 1 - HJR 114
[Missing HJR 96 and 101.]
SB 1442
[out card]
HR 359
SB 1419
[out card]
HR 442
SR 286
HB 1027
[out card]
HB 1066
[out card]
HB 1078
[out card]
HB 1217
[out card]
HB 1333
[out card]
HB 1432
[out card]
HB 1563
[out card]
SCR 1 - SCR 78
[Missing SCR 13-15, 18, 26, 38-40, 42, 48, 56, 58, 65, 67, 69.]
HB 1494
[out card]
HB 1187
[out card]
HB 1058
[out card]
HB 954
[out card]
HB 820
[out card]
HB 707
[out card]
HB 236
[out card]
HB 508
[out card]
HB 509
[out card]
HB 806
[out card]
HB 1111
[out card]
HB 261
[out card]
HB 494
[out card]
SJR 1 - SJR 54
[Missing SJR 34 and 36.]
2015/067-2899 SB 1 - SB 199
2015/067-2900 SB 200 - SB 379
[Includes SB 535.]
2015/067-2901 SB 380 - SB 599
[Missing SB 535.]
2015/067-2902 SB 600 - SB 799
2015/067-2903 SB 800 - SB 999
[Includes HB 780 and HB 2272.]
2015/067-2904 SB 1000 - SB 1199
2015/067-2905 SB 1200 - SB 1399
2015/067-2906 SB 1400 - SB 1599
2015/067-2907 SB 1600 - SB 1799
2015/067-2908 SB 1800 - SB 1843
[Missing SB 1844-SB 2003.]
2015/067-2909 HB 1 - HB 251
2015/067-2910 HB 252 - HB 499
2015/067-2911 HB 500 - HB 699
2015/067-2912 HB 700 - HB 949
2015/067-2913 HB 950 - HB 1179
2015/067-2914 HB 1180 - HB 1433
2015/067-2915 HB 1434 - HB 1689
2015/067-2916 HB 1690 - HB 1899
2015/067-2917 HB 1900 - HB 2179
2015/067-2918 HB 2180 - HB 2399
2015/067-2919 HB 2400 - HB 2640
2015/067-2920 HB 2641 - HB 2869
2015/067-2921 HB 2870 - HB 3059
2015/067-2922 HB 3060 - HB 3298
2015/067-2923 HB 3299 - HB 3475