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HB 3166, 82nd Regular Session
Relating to the licensing and regulation of architecture, engineering, interior design, landscape architecture, and land surveying by the Texas Board of Professional Services and the abolition of the Texas Board of Professional Engineers, the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, and the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveyors.

Last action: Committee report sent to Calendars

Author: Bill Callegari

Subjects:
AGRICULTURE, COMMISSIONER OF
AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF
ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINERS, BOARD OF
FUNERAL SERVICE COMMISSION, TEXAS
INTERIOR DESIGNERS
LICENSING & REGULATION, TEXAS COMMISSION ON
LICENSING & REGULATION, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF
OFFICE OF RURAL AFFAIRS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
PLUMBING EXAMINERS, TEXAS STATE BOARD OF
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, TEXAS BOARD OF
PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYING, TEXAS BOARD OF
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, TEXAS BOARD OF
RURAL AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions

House Committee: Government Efficiency & Reform (Bill Callegari, Erwin Cain, John Frullo, Linda Harper-Brown, Eddie Lucio III, Sergio Munoz, Jr., Bill Zedler)

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