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SB 1492, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to the reform of the insurance code and the regulation of insurance; to the creation, powers, and duties of the Insurance Rate Commission of Texas, the Consumer Insurance Control Bureau of Texas, and the Databank of Insurance Research of Texas; creating funds; creating offenses and providing penalties; providing for taxes and fees; and making appropriations.

Last action: Referred to s/c on Insurance by President

Author: Bob Glasgow

Subjects:
AMUSEMENT RIDE SAFETY & INSPECTION ACT
CONSUMER INSURANCE CONTROL BUREAU OF TEXAS
EMPLOYEES UNIFORM GROUP INS. BENEFITS ACT, TEXAS
FIRE PROTECTION ADVISORY COUNCIL
GROUP INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
HEALTH INSURANCE FACILITY, TEXAS
INSURANCE RATE COMMISSION OF TEXAS
Insurance--Reform
JUDICIAL CONDUCT, STATE COMMISSION ON
LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE ON INSURANCE
MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE FACILITY, TEXAS
PROPERTY INSURANCE FACILITY, TEXAS
PUBLIC SCHOOL RETIRED EMPLOYEES GROUP INS. ACT, TEXAS
REINSURANCE FACILITY, TEXAS
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
STATE COLLEGE & UNIV. EMPLOYEES UNIFORM INS. ACT, TEXAS
STATE EMPLOYEES CAFETERIA PLAN TRUST FUND
Statutory Revision
Taxation--Occupation Tax
WORKERS' COMPENSATION FACILITY, TEXAS

Senate Committee: Economic Development (Temple Dickson, Steven Carriker, Bill Haley, Chris Harris, O.H. Harris, Don Henderson, John Leedom, Carl Parker, Peggy Rosson, Jim Turner, John Whitmire)
Senate Committee: Insurance (Carl Parker, Steven Carriker, O.H. Harris, Don Henderson, Jim Turner)

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