Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code - ALCO BEV § 11.432. Protest by Government Official

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(a) The following persons may protest an application for an alcoholic beverage permit:

(1) a state senator, state representative, county commissioner, or city council member who represents the area in which the premises sought to be permitted are located;

(2) the commissioners court of the county in which the premises sought to be permitted are located;

(3) the county judge of the county in which the premises sought to be permitted are located;

(4) the sheriff or county or district attorney of the county in which the premises sought to be permitted are located;

(5) the mayor of the city or town in which the premises sought to be permitted are located;  and

(6) the chief of police, city marshal, or city attorney of the city or town in which the premises sought to be permitted are located.

(b) The commission may give due consideration to the recommendations of a person listed under Subsection (a) when evaluating an application for a permit under this code.

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