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HB 1367, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Human Services to provide permanent molar sealants to certain children receiving Medicaid assistance.

Last action: Effective in 90 days -- 8/26/91

Author: Frank Madla
Sponsor: Cynthia Krier

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1991, 72nd R.S.,ch. 690, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Senate Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/23/1991) Frank Madla (Chair) | Erwin Barton | Libby Linebarger | Leticia Van de Putte | Jack Vowell |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/25/1991) Cynthia Krier (Chair) | Chet Brooks | Eddie Johnson | Mike Moncrief | Bill Ratliff |

Human Services--Child Services
Human Services--Medical Assistance

House Committee: Human Services (Erwin Barton, Harvey Hilderbran, Jerald Larry, Libby Linebarger, Elliott Naishtat, Paul Sadler, Sue Schechter, Leticia Van de Putte, Jack Vowell)
Minutes: March 19 1991
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Chet Brooks, Chris Harris, Eddie Johnson, Cynthia Krier, Ted Lyon, Mike Moncrief, John Montford, Carlos Truan, Judith Zaffirini)

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