Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-1029 Page: 1 of 5
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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF TEXAS
GERALD C, MANN
are 6sn ma
onorable Warren MoDonald
County Attorney, Smith County
Opinion No. 0yir'
Re: Opinion N 0-342 does not on-
flict with Ojpina No.\0-866
or ion No. 0-71
Tour letter of tune23 19 i received. is
letter you state:
It is my into ti t norable A. S.
Rollins, Assistant Att no G eral of Texas, on
February 23, v ed Hon b Bert Ford, Adainis-
trator, Tex Liqu Cent 1 rd, in a written
opinion, t ing oi oof this sta4'
as used t ,T s quor o1 Ast, laposes
the rest a on tha on at a citizen of
the Uni 8 8tea. e Inion also states that
one may be eizen to State of Texas and
oitise o th n *4 States.
* t is als may nationn that the Forty-
ixthL Latur nded the Texas Liquor Con-
rol Ae an that said amendarnt provides that
a raon t be granted a erait by the Texas
Li or Co tro Board to sell ber in the State
u eso said person is a taxpaying iti-
z of th Ii te States.
'z5i6 your opinion on the Medioal Practice Aot
as amended by the FortyESixth Legislature, you
ruled that the requirement of oitisenship for
the practice of atmedicine in Texas is unoonstitu-
tional, and in that opinion, said that 'the courts
hTave established the rights of resident aliens to
engage in lawful oooupations to the same extent
as citizens.' In other words, your opinion inval-
idated that section of the Medical Practioe Act
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Texas. Attorney-General's Office. Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-1029, text, 1939; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth258211/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.