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SB 1230, 81st Regular Session
Relating to the establishment of the Legislative Committee on Aging and other initiatives relating to the aging population of this state.

Last action: Placed on General State Calendar

Author: Leticia Van de Putte
Coauthor: Jane Nelson
Sponsor: Elliott Naishtat
Joint Sponsor: Abel Herrero | Al Edwards | Jose Menendez | David Leibowitz
CoSponsor: Ryan Guillen | Carol Kent | Susan King | Diana Maldonado | Solomon Ortiz, Jr. | David Swinford

Companion:

HB 610 (Similar)

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

Subjects:
Aging
AGING, LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON
Human Services--General
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed

House Committee: Human Services (Patrick Rose, Drew Darby, Gary Elkins, Ana Hernandez, Abel Herrero, Bryan Hughes, Ken Legler, Elliott Naishtat, Armando Walle)
Minutes: May 7 2009
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Jane Nelson, Bob Deuell, Joan Huffman, Robert Nichols, Dan Patrick, Eliot Shapleigh, Carlos Uresti, Royce West, Judith Zaffirini)

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