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HB 2091, 69th Regular Session
Relating to the continuation, composition, powers, and duties of the Texas Department of Health and the Texas Board of Health; to certain health-related services, regulations, programs, facilities, and agencies; to the requirement that certain state agencies execute memoranda of understanding with the Texas Department of Health; and providing penalties.

Last action: See remarks

Author: Charles Evans
Sponsor: Chet Edwards

Remarks: House S/C: T. Smith- Chair, C. Evans, C. Harris House Conferees: C. Evans- Chair, Messer, Wright, T. Smith, Gibson Senate Conferees: Edwards- Chair, Brooks, Washington, Lyon, Parmer Effective 09/01/85 except Sections 4 and 10 which become effective 1/1/86.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1985, 69th R.S.,ch. 931, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

SB 692 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Study Group)

Subjects:
DISABLED CHILDREN'S SERVICES ACT
HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF
HEALTH, TEXAS BOARD OF
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions
Sunset Bills

House Committee: Government Organization ()
Minutes: April 30 1985
Senate Committee: Health & Human Resources (Chet Brooks, Hector Uribe, Gonzalo Barrientos, Chet Edwards, Hugh Parmer, John Sharp, Carlos Truan, Craig Washington, John Whitmire)
Minutes: May 23 1985

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