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SB 1, 71st 1st Called Session
Relating to the reform of the workers' compensation system; to the creation, powers, and duties of the Texas Workers' Compensation Commission; to work safety; making appropriations; providing criminal and....

Last action: Record vote

Author: John Montford
Coauthor: Ted Lyon | Kent Caperton | Chet Brooks | Cynthia Krier | Carl Parker | O.H. Harris
Sponsor: Richard Smith

Remarks: House Conferees: R. Smith, Chair, A. Smith, Schlueter, Wolens, Perry. Senate Conferees: Caperton, Co-Chair, Montford, Co-Chair, Krier, Lyon Parker.

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
Appropriations
Labor--Health & Safety
Labor--Workers' Compensation
State Agencies, Newly Proposed
WORKERS" COMPENSATION COMMISSION, TEXAS

House Committee: Business & Commerce (Steven Wolens, Barry Connelly, Harold V. Dutton, Jr., Troy Fraser, John Gavin, Paul Hilbert, Anita Hill, Jim Horn, John Smithee)
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Bob Glasgow, Kenneth Armbrister, Kent Caperton, Chet Edwards, Rodney Ellis, Gene Green, O.H. Harris, Don Henderson, John Leedom, Ted Lyon, Bob McFarland, John Montford, Hugh Parmer)
Minutes: June 21 1989 | June 22 1989

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