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HB 2409, 85th R.S.
Relating to wage requirements for community rehabilitation programs participating in the purchasing from people with disabilities program.

Last action: Referred to Natural Resources & Economic Development

Author: John Raney
Joint Author: Mary González | Ron Simmons | Hugh Shine | Ramon Romero
Coauthor: Alma Allen | Roberto Alonzo | Rafael Anchia | Trent Ashby | Ernest Bailes | César Blanco | Terry Canales | Giovanni Capriglione | Travis Clardy | Garnet Coleman | Byron Cook | Scott Cosper | Yvonne Davis | R. D. "Bobby" Guerra | Abel Herrero | Gina Hinojosa | Justin Holland | Donna Howard | Dan Huberty | Ken King | Stan Lambert | Oscar Longoria | Ina Minjarez | Joe Moody | Geanie W. Morrison | Tom Oliverson | Kevin Roberts | Toni Rose | Lynn Stucky | Shawn Thierry | Chris Turner | James White | Gene Wu | John Zerwas


SB 2021 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (TLC)

Disabilities, Persons with
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions

House Committee: Business & Industry (René Oliveira, Nicole Collier, Ramon Romero, Hugh Shine, Jonathan Stickland, Jason Villalba, Paul Workman)
Minutes: April 10 2017 | April 19 2017 | April 24 2017
Senate Committee: Natural Resources & Economic Development (Brian Birdwell, Craig Estes, Konni Burton, Sylvia Garcia, Kelly Hancock, Juan Hinojosa, Don Huffines, Borris Miles, José Rodríguez, Kel Seliger, Van Taylor, Judith Zaffirini)

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