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HB 1461, 73rd Regular Session
Relating to insurance regulation and to the continuation, powers, and duties of the Texas Department of Insurance and the office of public insurance counsel; providing administrative penalties; making an appropriation.

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Calendars, 73rd Leg.

05/04/1993

Insurance, 73rd Leg.

03/24/1993
04/08/1993
04/16/1993
04/19/1993
04/20/1993
04/21/1993
04/29/1993
05/24/1994


Related Senate committee minutes

Economic Development, 73rd Leg.

05/20/1993
05/21/1993

Related legislative committee charges

House Insurance, 73rd Leg.
Examine the data collection activities of the Texas Department of Insurance and the industy advisory and statistical organizations, as prescribed by HB 1461, 73rd Legislature, Regular Session. Make recommendations concerning the extension, alteration or elimination of the parallel activities authorized by HB 1461, 73rd Legislature, Regular Session.
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Joint Qualified Providers, Interim, 73rd Leg.
Pursuant to HB 1461, 73rd Legislature, Regular Session, the committee should study the impact of requiring a health insurance policy or health maintenance plan to allow any qualified provider who is a physician, physician's assistant, advanced nurse practitioner, or any class of provider enumerated in Articles 21.52 and 21.52B, Insurance Code, to participate as a contracting provider for such a policy or plan.
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