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Honorable M. E. Cates - page 2
tion id only on a transportation budget which
shows a need therefor on the basis and at the
rate provided in this Act. Under these circusm-
stances, is the-Iuntsville Independent School
District eligible td receive such transporta-
tion aid only, irrespective of any provision
of section 1, with the approval of the Director
of Equatlzation and the Legislative Accountant?T
At the time your request came in this Department was con-
sidering the propriety of a re-consideration of Opinion No. 0-23a,
touohing the question involved, and the result of our conferences
is the basis for this reply.
Tour question calls for a construction of Senate Bill No.
167, Chapter 361 of the Regular Session of the 49th Legislatur*e
particularly Articles I and V thereof.
Sibotion 1 of Article I dedls with the general subject of
Eligibility for Aid, and is as folleves
'Scholastio Population of the District.
State aid under the provisions of this Act
shall be distributed in snob a way as to as-
sist all school districts which have not fewer
than twenty (20) nor more than twelve hundred
fifty (12O) original enumerated scholastics
within the grades classified to be taught re-
saining in the district after transfers out,
and consolidated ant/or rural high school dis-
triets whteh have an average of not more than
two hundred (200) scholastios of each original
distriot composing the consolidated and/or
rural bigh school district unit; provided that
the maximum limitations as to sobolastie popu-
lation for eligibility herein set forth shall
not apply for any type of aid to any school
district which is nine (9) miles or more in
length or contains forty-eight (48) square
miles of territory or more, provided there is
not located in such district an incorporated
city or town having a population of more than
thirty-six hundred (3600) inhabitants, aecord-
ing to the last preceding Federal Census; pro-
vided further, that the maximum limitations as
to the scholastic population for eligibility,
herein set forth, shall not apply to any school
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Texas. Attorney-General's Office. Texas Attorney General Opinion: O-7241, text, May 28, 1946; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth264518/m1/2/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.