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HB 2, 85th 1st Called Session
Relating to the repeal of certain riders for the Texas Medical Board and the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists from the General Appropriations Act that are contingent upon the approval of certain Acts continuing those agencies during the 85th Regular Session.

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Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Filed   07/19/2017
H Read first time   07/19/2017
H Referred to Appropriations   07/19/2017
H Scheduled for public hearing on . . .   07/25/2017
H Considered in public hearing   07/25/2017
H Committee substitute considered in committee   07/25/2017
H Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee   07/25/2017
H Reported favorably as substituted   07/25/2017
H Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator   07/25/2017
H Committee report distributed   07/26/2017
H Committee report sent to Calendars   07/26/2017
H Considered in Calendars   07/26/2017
H Placed on General State Calendar   07/27/2017
H Read 2nd time   07/27/2017
H Passed to engrossment   07/27/2017
H Record vote RV#9  07/27/2017
H Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal   07/27/2017
H Read 3rd time   07/28/2017
H Passed   07/28/2017
H Record vote RV#17  07/28/2017
H Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal   07/28/2017
H Reported engrossed   07/28/2017
S Received from the House   07/31/2017
S Read first time   08/03/2017
S Referred to Business & Commerce   08/03/2017

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