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HB 2100, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to certain regulatory functions and procedures of the Texas Department of Health involving screening of children who have special senses and communication disorders and who need remedial vision, hearing, speech, and language services; providing for the certification of screeners of children and trainers of screeners; providing for a program of remedial services and approval criteria for providers of remedial services, and eligibility criteria; providing for notice and hearing upon denial, modification, suspension or revocation of affected interests; providing emergency authority; providing for penalties; establishing an interagency committee on special senses and communication disorders; revising Chapter 36, Health and Safety Code; and declaring an emergency.

Last action: Referred to subcommittee

Author: Paul Colbert

Subjects:
Handicapped Persons
Health--General
Minors
SPECIAL SENSES & COMMUNICATION DISORDER ACT
SPECIAL SENSES & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, INTERAGENCY ON
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed

House Committee: Public Health (Tom Craddick, Bob Glaze, Jack Harris, John Hirschi, Frank Madla, Carolyn Park, Bob Rabuck, Ciro Rodriguez, Alan Schoolcraft)
Minutes: April 29 1991
House Committee: Subcommittee on HB 2100 (Ciro Rodriguez, Bob Glaze, John Hirschi)

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