Tex. Gov't Code Section 405.012


The secretary of state shall send, as the secretary of state considers appropriate, copies of laws and judicial reports printed and published by order of the legislature at the expense of the state to:


the librarian of congress;


the United States secretary of state;


the United States secretary of the treasury;


the executive department of each state; and


each foreign librarian or government with whom a system of library exchange is established.


Subject to the requirements of Subsection (c), the secretary of state, for the benefit of The University of Texas law library, shall exchange the reports of the supreme court, court of criminal appeals, and courts of appeals, state session laws and revised statutes, and other state publications and state department reports for similar material of the United States, other states, or foreign countries.


The secretary of state shall keep on hand a sufficient number of copies of state publications to meet the reasonable demands of the state.
Acts 1987, 70th Leg., ch. 147, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1987.
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