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SB 381, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to the abolition of the council on disabilities and to the transfer of its functions to and the operation of the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/91

Author: Steven Carriker
Sponsor: Sue Schechter

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1991, 72nd R.S.,ch. 577, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

HB 909 (Identical)

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

Subjects:
DISABILITIES, COUNCIL ON
Governor
Handicapped Persons
PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, GOVERNOR'S COMMITTEE ON
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
Sunset Bills

House Committee: Government Organization (Layton Black, Bernard Erickson, Charles Finnell, Will Hartnett, Anita Hill, Elliott Naishtat, Nolan Robnett, John Smithee, Mark Stiles)
Minutes: April 9 1991 | April 30 1991 | May 14 1991
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Chet Brooks, Chris Harris, Eddie Johnson, Cynthia Krier, Ted Lyon, Mike Moncrief, John Montford, Carlos Truan, Judith Zaffirini)
Minutes: March 5 1991 | March 19 1991
Senate Committee: Layton Black (SB 381) (Layton Black, Will Hartnett, Elliott Naishtat)

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