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SB 436, 86th Regular Session
Relating to statewide initiatives to improve maternal and newborn health for women with opioid use disorder.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Jane Nelson
Coauthor: José Menéndez | Lois Kolkhorst | Juan Hinojosa | Eddie Lucio, Jr.
Sponsor: Four Price
Joint Sponsor: Toni Rose | Ina Minjarez | J. D. Sheffield | Gary VanDeaver
CoSponsor: Steve Allison | Tan Parker | Senfronia Thompson

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2019, 86th R.S., ch. 514, General and Special Laws of Texas

Signed legislation

Companion:

HB 1292 (Identical)

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

Subjects:
Crimes--Drugs
Health--Other Diseases & Medical Conditions
Mental Health & Substance Abuse
PREGNANCY & CHILDBIRTH
STATE HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
Women

House Committee: Public Health (Senfronia Thompson, Steve Allison, Garnet Coleman, James B. Frank, R. D. "Bobby" Guerra, Eddie Lucio III, Evelina "Lina" Ortega, Four Price, J. D. Sheffield, John Wray, Bill Zedler)
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Lois Kolkhorst, Dawn Buckingham, Donna Campbell, Peter Flores, Nathan Johnson, Borris Miles, Charles Perry, Beverly Powell, Kel Seliger)

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