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HB 1610, 76th Regular Session
Relating to the continuation, functions, and change of the name of the Texas Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/99

Author: Brian McCall
Joint Author: Patricia Gray | Fred Bosse | Elliott Naishtat
Sponsor: Judith Zaffirini

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1999, 76th R.S.,ch. 79, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

SB 362 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)
Enrolled (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Introduced (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Committee Report (Office of House Bill Analysis)

Subjects:
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, PLANNING COUNCIL FOR
Disabilities, Persons with
Human Services--General
Sunset Bills

House Committee: Human Services (Elliott Naishtat, Norma Chavez, Wayne Christian, John Davis, Glen Maxey, Rick Noriega, Barry Telford, Vicki Truitt, Arlene Wohlgemuth)
Senate Committee: Human Services (Judith Zaffirini, David Bernsen, John Carona, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Chris Harris)
Minutes: April 14 1999

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