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Section 131.023 | Biennial report of collection efforts by attorney general.


Not later than April 30, 2007, and not later than that date every other year thereafter, the attorney general shall prepare and file a report with the clerk of the house of representatives, the clerk of the senate, and the chairpersons of the respective standing committees of the senate and house of representatives that are primarily responsible for considering tax assessment and collection matters. The report shall address the tax collection efforts of the office of the attorney general for the previous two calendar years. In particular, the report shall specify what types of debts have been collected, what types of debts are outstanding, and generally what actions have been taken on the outstanding debts owed to the state.

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