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HB 218, 86th Regular Session
Relating to the abolition of student loan default or breach of a student loan repayment or scholarship contract as a ground for nonrenewal or other disciplinary action in relation to a professional or occupational license and to certain duties of state agencies and political subdivisions in relation to delinquent or defaulted student loans.

Last action: Received from the House

Author: Matt Krause
Joint Author: Tom Oliverson | Ana Hernandez | C├ęsar Blanco | Matt Shaheen
Coauthor: Briscoe Cain | Terry Canales | Craig Goldman | Ryan Guillen | Cody Harris | Celia Israel | Mike Lang | Jeff Leach | J. M. Lozano | Mayes Middleton | Ina Minjarez | Victoria Neave | Evelina "Lina" Ortega | John Raney | Scott Sanford | Jonathan Stickland | Valoree Swanson | Ed Thompson | Tony Tinderholt | Gene Wu | Erin Zwiener

Companion:

HB 258 (Duplicate)
HB 466 (Duplicate)
SB 37 (Identical)
SB 296 (Similar)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (TLC)
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Subjects:
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION, TEXAS
COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
Education--Higher--Finance
Education--Higher--Student Financial Aid
Education--Higher--Tuition
Occupational Regulation--Health Occupations
Occupational Regulation--Other Trades & Professions
STUDENT LOANS
WORKFORCE COMMISSION, TEXAS

House Committee: Higher Education (Chris Turner, Lorraine Birabil, Angie Button, John Frullo, Donna Howard, Eric Johnson, Leo Pacheco, Matt Schaefer, John Smithee, Lynn Stucky, Armando Walle, Terry M. Wilson)

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