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Inventory

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

Elliott Naishtat Papers, 1986-2017



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Naishtat, Elliott
Title: Elliott Naishtat papers
Dates: 1986-2017
Abstract: The Elliott Naishtat Papers, 986-2017, document Elliott Naishtat's tenure in the Texas House of Representatives (1991-2017.
Identification: camh-arc-004209
Extent: 204 linear feet
Language: English .
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Elliott Naishtat was born on February 15, 1945, in Brooklyn, New York. He grew up in Sunnyside, Queens, and attended Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan. After receiving his B.A. degree in political science from Queens College (City University of New York) in 1965, he volunteered to serve in President Lyndon B. Johnson's Domestic Peace Corps, VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America, aka Americorps). When he joined VISTA, he was promised a placement in San Francisco, but was assigned to the Wintergarden Tri-County Community Action Agency in Eagle Pass, Texas.

After serving with VISTA for three years as a volunteer leader, supervisor, and training specialist, Naishtat moved to Austin. In 1972, he obtained his Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW) degree, with a concentration in Community Organization, from the University of Texas at Austin. During this period, he interned with Austin's Community Legal Services Program and the Legislative Budget Board of Texas. He later was hired by the School of Social Work to run a legislative internship program wherein graduate students studying social policy and planning were placed in the offices of state legislators serving on human services, public health, and other relevant committees. Naishtat also served as chairman of Austin's Community Development Commission.

In 1982, Naishtat obtained his J.D. degree from the U. T. School of Law and subsequently entered private law practice. He served as staff counsel (1986-1989) for state Senator Gonzalo Barrientos, before running for the District 49 seat in the Texas House of Representatives, against a three-term Republican incumbent. Naishtat was elected in November 1990.

During his 26-year tenure in the Texas House, Naishtat served as chair of the Human Services Committee for two terms and vice chair of the Public Health Committee for four terms. He was a founding board member of the Legislative Study Group (House Progressive Caucus) and chaired the Joint Legislative Committee on Aging. He was an advisor to the Texas Silver-Haired Legislature as well as the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. Naishtat also served on other standing committees, including Government Organization, Urban Affairs, County Affairs, and Juvenile Justice and Family Issues.

In 13 sessions, Naishtat passed more than 300 bills, including the Nursing Home Regulatory Reform Act (1997), that garnered national publicity, and the Medicaid Simplification Act (2001), which enabled tens of thousands of low-income children to enroll in Medicaid. Other bills included the Braille Literacy Act, Newborn Hearing Screening Act, Indoor Air Quality Act, Tenants' Security Devices Act, Mold Assessment and Remediation Act, and Seniors' Property Tax Relief Act. He also passed bills that improved child labor law enforcement, expanded protections for victims of domestic violence and people with disabilities, created a statewide guardianship program, and enhanced crime victims' rights. In addition, he co-sponsored the Texas Anti-Stalking Act and Texas Hate Crimes Act, as well as bills that increased protections for patients in psychiatric, substance abuse, and rehabilitation facilities.

In recognition of his accomplishments, Naishtat received awards from numerous organizations, including AARP, American Foundation for the Blind, People First!, Common Cause, Sierra Club, Equality Texas, Texas Council on Family Violence, Texas Freedom Network, Texas Legal Services Center, and Texans Against Gun Violence. In 1999, he received the Public Elected Official of the Year award from the National Association of Social Workers. In 2002, he received the National Consumer Health Advocate award from Families USA. In 2015, he received the President's Lifetime Achievement award from the Corporation for National and Community Service. He was also named Legislator of the Year by the Texas Apartment Association and one of Texas' Outstanding Public Servants by the Consumers Union, Public Citizen, Gray Panthers, and Texas Citizen Action.

Naishtat retired on January 10, 2017. Later that year, he was appointed by then-Speaker Joe Straus to serve as a member of the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. In 2009, Naishtat had served as one of the House sponsors of the legislation that authorized the creation of the Commission.

Naishtat is associated with the Scanlan, Buckle and Young law firm in Austin. In addition, during non-session years at the Capitol, Naishtat taught Social Policy as an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at St. Edward's University. Naishtat also continues to serve on the advisory board of the Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life at the University of Texas at Austin. In August 2017, Naishtat pledged to establish the Honorable Elliott Naishtat Endowed Presidential Fellowship in Social Work in the Steve Hicks School of Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Scope and Contents

The Elliott Naishtat Papers, 1986-2017, document Elliott Naishtat's tenure in the Texas House of Representatives (1991-2017. Papers consist of bills Naishtat introduced, as well as other session bills; committee files, notably the House Human Services Committee, the Public Health Committee, and the Long-term Care Legislative Oversight Committee; bill packets; correspondence; hearings files; speeches; agendas and notes; meeting files; reports; memos; and subject files. Much of the collection documents the social issues on which Naishtat focused, including health care, education, child welfare, elderly care, the environment, women's issues, and mental health.

The papers are organized into three series: Series 1: Representative Naishtat Files, arranged by legislative session and topics; Series 2: Legislation and Committees, arranged by session and interim; and Series 3: Constituent, Subject and Administrative Files, arranged by constituent correspondence and files, subject files, and administrative files.

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Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

This collection is stored remotely; contact repository in advance for retrieval.

Conditions Governing Use

There are no use restrictions on this collection. Publisher is responsible for complying with copyright law.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Naishtat, Elliott
Corporate Names
Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (Austin, Tex.)
National Association of Social Workers (Washington, D.C.)
National Conference of State Legislatures.
Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Texas Workforce Commission
Texas. Department of Family and Protective Services
Texas. Legislature. House of Representatives
Subjects
Gun control
Mental health
Public health
Public welfare
Social service

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Elliott Naishtat Papers, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Accession Number(s)

2017-023

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Carol Mead and Emma Trent, March 2021.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Inventory

Representative Naishtat files
By legislative session
70th - 71st Legislative Sessions
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2017-023/110 General Miscellaneous, 1990
GB (G[onzalo] Barrientos), circa 1990-circa 1991
Bills Introduced and Passed GB [Gonzalo Barrientos, Jr.], circa 1990-circa 1991
SCR 81 programming for students with disabilities in integrated settings, circa 1987-circa 1989
Stacy, GB [Gonzalo Barrientos, Jr.] Basic Steps in the Legislative Process, circa 1990-circa 1991
Numbers, circa 1990-circa 1991
GB ([Gonzalo] Barrientos) Miscellaneous, circa 1990-circa 1991
EN [Elliott Naishtat] bills – Master, circa 1990-circa 1991
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2017-023/109 Senate Select Subcommittee on Elder Abuse- A report to the 70th Legislature 2 copies, GB [Gonzalo Barrientos, Jr.] Elder Abuse EN [Elliott Naishtat], 1987
72nd Legislative Session
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2017-023/116 Capital Metro HB 734 by Naishtat relating to the operation and function of certain mass transit authorities., August 26, 1991
City of Austin, April 1991
HB 2277 /SB 1013 Tuition exempt blind-deaf by Naishtat/Moncrief Relating to Braille instruction for blind or visually handicapped students. Effective 9/1/91., 1991
SB 1314 by Barrientos relating to criminal law magistrates for the district courts of Travis County., August 26, 1991
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2017-023/12 Schmerler HB 1892 by Naishtat criminal history checks of employees in certain facilities serving the elderly or disabled, 1991
Sexual Assault HB 1890 by Naishtat confidentiality in background checks for sexual assault counselors, 1991
Yelenosky Bills, 1992
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2017-023/121 House Floor Session, January 1991-April 1991
Miscellaneous, June 1991-December 1992
Miscellaneous, November 1990-October 1991
Special Session, August 1991
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2017-023/124 House Rules Reform, 1992
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2017-023/161 HB 2276 by Hury Relating to the continuation and operation of the State Bar of Texas and to the state bar's and the state supreme court's functions concerning the regulation of attorneys. Effective 9/1/91., 1991
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2017-023/185 Montford-Texas Constitution, 1991
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2017-023/74 Elliott's [Naishtat] LIS [Legislative Information Service] Bills, circa 1991-circa 1993
Landlord Tenant HB 2716 Relating to residential landlord duties on security devices; imposing a duty on landlords to notify tenants of their rights and obligations and a landlord's rights and obligations with respect to installing, changing, and rekeying security devices; and imposing tenant remedies for a landlord's failure to provide notification., 1991
Texas Ranking, HHS [Health and Human Services], 1991
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2017-023/92 HB 2272 by Naishtat Relating to unpaid leave for state employees for education purposes and for service with state employee organizations. Left Pending in State Affairs., 1991
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2017-023/95 Barton Springs Protection/GB (Gonzalo Barrientos) SB 1376 Barton Springs Colorado River Protection Act, 1991
Recycling, circa 1991-circa 1993
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2017-023/110 Special Session, July 1991
73rd Legislative Session
Concealed Carry
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2017-023/185 HB 1776 Concealed Carry, January 23, 1993
HB 1776 by Wilson Relating to a referendum on rules for the issuance of a license to carry a handgun. Vetoed by the Gov., June 3, 1993
Concealed Weapons Against , A[nn] Richards veto, 1993
Urban Affairs Interim Study
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2017-023/124 Urban Affairs-Hill-Interim, 1993
Urban Affairs Interim Study Organizational Information, 1993
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2017-023/116 Willis /Naishtat HB 216 Relating to the appointment or employment of veterans by public agencies. Died in committee., 1993
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2017-023/12 SB 1029 - veto by AR [Ann Richards], June 1993
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2017-023/124 House Rules, January 22, 1993
November Races and House Addresses, 1994
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2017-023/161 Austin Police Department, 1993
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2017-023/59 EN [Elliott Naishtat] certificates EN kept, passed most bills in House, 1993
HB 1305 by Lewis/Delco Relating to the establishment of and the areas subject to municipal ordinances to control or abate air or water pollution. Died in Senate Intergovernmental Relations Committee., May 19, 1993
HB 1305 Existing Ordinances [2], May 19, 1993
SB 1029 by Armbrister/Campbell Vetoed by Gov. Relating to the review and approval of certain permits by the state, a municipality, and other local governmental entities., June 5, 1993
SB 952 by Wentworth/Krusee Vetoed by Gov. Relating to the transfer of extraterritorial jurisdiction between certain municipalities., June 20, 1993
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2017-023/74 Background Issues TMR, 1993
Bills EN [Elliott Naishtat] Summaries, 1993
EN [Elliott Naishtat] (attaché case), 1993
Apartment Security HB 1368 (Julie illegible), 1993
Lege [Legislative] Issues/Bills by Subject, 1993
Lege [Legislative] Summaries - Laney ARC, 1993
Naishtat, Elliott Lege [Legislative] Pkg, 1993
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2017-023/95 House Committee on Human Services DPRS [Department of Protective and Regulatory Services] Oversight Hearing, November 4, 1993
Human Services Committee, November 4, 1993
Human Services Committee Public Hearing on HB 779 by Cuellar community assistance program, February 25, 1993
74th Legislative Session
State Schools
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2017-023/80 HB 1111 state schools, 1995
EN [Elliott Naishtat]-HH [Harvey Hilderbran] Interviews, January 2009
Gun legislation
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2017-023/176 Gun Safety HB 3127 by Naishtat Relating to the lawful transfer or purchase of a handgun; requiring a handgun proficiency safety training course; providing penalties. Left pending in Public Safety Committee., 1995
Second Amendment, 1995
Guns, 1995
SB 103
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2017-023/185 Veto SB 103 by Moncrief/Naishtat Relating to providing guardianship services and pooled income trust for incapacitated persons. Vetoed by the Gov., June 16, 1995
Press releases and letter to Bush, 1995
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2017-023/119 H. Hilderbran NH [Nursing Homes] HB 2644, 1995
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2017-023/12 HB 564 by Combs - annexation, 1995
SB 1395 by Barrientos phased annexation, 1995
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2017-023/124 Rules, circa 1995-circa 1997
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2017-023/150 HB 919 [HB 2854] by Naishtat Relating to the offense of coercion of a public servant. Left pending in State Affairs, 1995
SB 1334 by Barrientos/Naishtat Relating to the relationship between landlords and tenants and to the regulation of residential rental locators; providing penalties. Effective 1/1/96., 1996
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2017-023/161 HB 2644 by Hildebrand Relating to licensing and Medicaid certification, requirements for certain nursing facilities and related penalties and dispute resolution. Effective 9/1/95., 1995
Indoor Air, circa 1995-circa 1997
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2017-023/185 SB 14 by Moncrief/Naishtat Relating to providing guardianship services and pooled income trust for incapacitated persons. Vetoed by the Gov., June 16, 1995
Veto Payroll SB 823 by Cain/Naishtat relating to payroll deductions in certain municipalities. Vetoed by Gov., May 1997- June 20, 1997
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2017-023/2 HB 1863, March 1995
HH [Harvey Hilderbran] and Stiles HB 844, 1995-1997
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2017-023/20 House [Joint] Comm HHS [Health and Human Services] Block Grant, May 1996
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2017-023/74 Budget, circa 1995-circa 1997
Legislation Ideas, circa 1995-circa 1997
Miscellaneous, circa 1995-circa 1997
Printouts, circa 1995-circa 1997
Summaries, circa 1995-circa 1997
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2017-023/95 Criminal Justice and Corrections, 1995
74th - 75th Legislative Sessions
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2017-023/13 Miscellaneous Mail, letters, memos, August 1995-November 1998
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2017-023/176 Stuff from Desk 63, 1995-1998
75th Legislative Session
Taxes
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2017-023/12 Tax, 1997
Taxes, 1997
Taxes Miscellaneous, 1991-1993
Taxes HB 4, 1997
EN [Elliott Naishtat], Rethinking Texas taxes, final report of the Select Committee on Tax Equity, January 1989
Getting income tax, TAHN [Texas Alliance for Human Needs] conference, February 1993
Bullock Amendment, income tax
Nursing Homes
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2017-023/93 NH [Nursing Homes] 413 EN [Elliott Naishtat] and HH [Harvey Hilderbran] (SB 190 passed) green folder, April 1997
NH [Nursing Homes], February 1997
THCA [Texas Health Care Association], December 1996
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2017-023/119 NH [Nursing Homes]'s SB 190 EN [Elliott Naishtat] Interview Qs, November 1997
Speech, impetus for SB 190, 1998
Health Care
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2017-023/27 Patient Protections and CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 1997
EN [Elliott Naishtat] info CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 1997
Child health CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 1997
Child health insurance, 1997
Consumer protections, 1997
SB 386 by Sibley relating to review of and liability for certain health care treatment decisions. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a co-sponsor., 1997
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2017-023/12 Child Care, HB 2482 by Smithee, thrive by five, 1997
Child Support AG, March 1997
HB 1331 by Maxey Charitable Health Care Trust Act, 1997
SB 1935 by Barrientos, 1997
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2017-023/125 HB 1092 by Serna/Naishtat Relating to missing children and other missing persons. Effective 5/7/97., 1997
SB 534 by Harris/Maxey Relating to the collection of claims for recovery of money under subrogation and third-party reimbursement rights arising from medical payments by health and human services agencies. Effective 6/19/97., 1997
SB 81 by Ellis/Hochberg/Naishtat Relating to the punishment for and the jurisdiction over certain traffic offenses committed by minors. Effective 90 days from 9/1/97., 1997
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2017-023/185 Frank Newton, 1997
HB 1263 by Naishtat Relating to the creation of the Guardianship Advisory Board and the establishment of local guardianship centers. Referred to Human Services Committee. No hearing. SB 586 by Moncrief (identical) Effective 9/1/97., 1997
Medicare and Consumer Protection, December 1996
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2017-023/20 House Subcomm. on Cardiovascular Disease (Dean Ornish), August 7, 1998
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2017-023/27 WIG [Women in Government] meetings, 1997
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2017-023/41 Hum[an] Serv[ices] Comm. Interim Report to 75th, December 1996
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2017-023/74 Legislation, 1997
My [Elliott Naishtat] Bills, 1997
Summaries, 1998
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2017-023/85 Miscellaneous, March 1997
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2017-023/88 Miscellaneous papers, 1997
Rep. Naishtat Daily Desk, 1997
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2017-023/92 Accordion File: Naishtat Floor, 1997
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2017-023/93 Gilbert Cedillo, 1999
74th - 76th Legislative Sessions
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2017-023/20 Office Misc. Files, 1995-1999
76th Legislative Session
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2017-023/119 EN [Elliott Naishtat] chair, HSC [Human Services Comm], 1999
Food Stamps, 1999
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2017-023/125 Adoption - Abortion, 1999
Bill List and Memos, 1999
City of Austin, 1999
Domestic Violence, 1999
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Bill List, 1999
Gun bills and Gun Range, 1999
Helmets HB 673 Carter, Ehrhardt, and EN [Elliott Naishtat] – HRO [House Research Organization] and Bill bikes and pass[engers]?, 1999
HHS [Health and Human Services] for Elliott[Naishtat], 1999
HSC [Human Services Comm]
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2017-023/24 February 1999
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2017-023/136 May 1995
April 26, 2000
Interim Charges, March 2000
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2017-023/133 HSC [Human Services Comm] Opening Remarks, May 2000
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2017-023/1 Miscellaneous desk, 1999-December 2000
Miscellaneous folder, 1996
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2017-023/125 Representative Naishtat House Juvenile Justice Committee, 1999
SWI [Shooting While Intoxicated] HB 242, 1999
TNRCC (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission) C.P, February 10, 1999
Travis County Delegation, 1999
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2017-023/133 LTC [Long Term Care]-LOC [Legislative Oversight Comm], March 20, 2000
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2017-023/136 Welf[are] and LTC [Long Term Care] HB 820, 1999
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2017-023/140 Miscellaneous from Chamber and office desks, January 1999-June 1999
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2017-023/152 Select Comm HHS [Health and Human Services] EN [Elliott Naishtat] and Patricia Gray change Mdcd [Medicaid], 2000
Wnho Family in New E [illegible] COA Cert for Poly Act, October 2000
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2017-023/24 Vouchers, March 1999
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2017-023/39 Letters, Memos, Desk, January 1999-June 1999
77th Legislative Session
Human Services Committee
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2017-023/10 HSC [Human Services Comm] Organizational Hearing, January 31, 2001
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2017-023/119 EN [Elliott Naishtat] chair, HSC [Human Services Comm], 2001
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2017-023/125 HSC [Human Services Comm], 2001
House Floor Packet, May 16, 2001
TWC [Texas Workforce Commission] and TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families], February 2001
HSC [Human Services Comm] Floor Meeting and Bills, April 2001
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2017-023/152 HSC [Human Services Comm] - TRC [Texas Rehabilitation Commission] issue EN [Elliott Naishtat], February 2001
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2017-023/59 HSC [Human Services Comm] Draft Change Request
Interim
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2017-023/106 Briefing Packet Interim Study (binder notebook), 2000
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2017-023/10 Briefing Packet Interim Study, circa 2000-circa 2002
HSC [Human Services Comm] Hearings on Interim charges
April 18, 2002
April 2, 2002
March 20, 2002
Nursing Homes
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2017-023/59 NH (nursing home) Admiss.
Residential Care, January 18, 2001
NH (nursing home) Homer/Chavez
Long Term Care
NH (nursing home) Ventilation, June 2002
Long Term Care Legislative Oversight Committee, December 19, 2001
Long Term Care Legislative Oversight Committee, October 8, 2002
Medicaid
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2017-023/119 Mdcd [Medicaid] simplification Eiland, Gray, EN [Elliott Naishtat], 2001
Full page ad and press release, February 2001
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program]
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2017-023/119 Uninsured children: 1.4 million in 2001, 3/4 families income less than 200% FPL nearly 600,000 (42%) elig[ible] Medicaid not enrolled. 471,000 (34%) income greater than mdcd [Medicaid] but less than 2. 330,000 (24%) kids in family income greater than 2. Assume 325,000 will enroll and 120,000 Mdcd [Medicaid] spill, 2001
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] implement 2 phases., 2001
Phase I - July 98 - extended md [medical] coverage to 15-18 families less than 200% expect cover 18,000 in FY 98 and 56,000 in FY 99, 2001
Phase II - interagency workshop, joint comm and CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] coalition of 40, 2001
Draft plan, extend coverage to kids less than 133%, through sep. state-designed plan - structure designed to accommodate extended 10 yr. coverage to higher income levels per Lege [Legislature] and gov., 2001
7 hearing across state HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission] and TDH [Texas Department of Health], 2001
November 10 hearing, 2001
See final recs, 2001
See "TX [Texas] Weekly", 2001
THK Cap - non profit comp to make affordable health ins[urance] available by enabling families to purchase low-premium coverage or a partnering with private comp. Eligible bids 2-18 uninsured 90 days and resid. 6., 2001
Legislation
Failed to pass
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2017-023/119 HJR 59, 2001
HB 1956, 2001
HB 1957, 2001
HB 2006, 2001
HB 2007, 2001
HB 3701, 2001
Vetoed
HB 1001, 2001
HB 1006, 2001
HB 1004, 2001
HB 2430, 2001
SB 161, 2001
SB 846, 2001
Red folder, 77th Session, Post 2001
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2017-023/119 Lege [Legislative] updates
EN [Elliott Naishtat] bills
Tx [Texas] Bar Journal
Holocaust Ins. Claims HB 845 - State Dept. letter to EN [Elliott Naishtat], April 2001
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2017-023/125 SB 1593 by Moncrief Relating to nursing institutions, assisted living facilities, and intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded. Left pending in House Human Services Committee., 2001
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2017-023/127 Sexual Assault Advocate, 1999-2000
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2017-023/135 Miscellaneous Chamber Desk 63 and office desk, January 2001-May 2001
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2017-023/161 Indoor Air, 2001-2003
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2017-023/180 Long Term Care Legislative Oversight Committee Binder, February 20, 2002
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2017-023/59 Appropriations
Committees
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Issues
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2017-023/91 Newsletter, circa 2001-circa 2003
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2017-023/92 Miscellaneous, January 2001-February 2001
Miscellaneous, March 2001-May 2001
77th - 78th Legislative Sessions
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2017-023/115 Folders and Issues, 2001-2003
78th Legislative Session
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2017-023/101 HS [Human Services] Comm 78th Interim Report EN [Elliott Naishtat], October 2002
LTC [Long term Care] Legis. Oversight Comm[ittee] - Int[erim] Report, January 2003
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2017-023/108 Bills, 2003
Bills, ideas, misc., issues, 2003
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2017-023/111 Miscellaneous papers from Elliott's desk, 2003
Tort Reform, 2003
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2017-023/115 Demo Caucus, 2003
Issues, 2003
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2017-023/14 Affidavit re: lock bills, December 2005
Criminal Justice re-entry, January 2005
Dem[ocratic] Caucus, circa 2004-circa 2005
EN [Elliott Naishtat] yellow pad notes: meetings and HSC [Human Services Comm], February 2005
Folders: Nursing Homes, HSC [Human Services Comm], Welfare-TIERS [Texas Integrated Eligibility Redesign System], 2004-2005
Letter EN [Elliott Naishtat] and A. Hawkins HB 2292 , CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] and mdcd [Medicaid] "expansion" HMO, June 2004
Judicial Review TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families] , Mdcd [Medicaid], and FS [Food stamps] HB 2168, June 2004
Miscellaneous Folders, August 2004-September 2004
Moratorium Folders, 2003-2004
R. Talton worst housing bill HB 1167, 2005
Select Comm on CW [Child Welfare] and Foster Care S. Hupp, 2004
TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families] Welfare, CPPP [Center for Public Policy Priorities], 2004-2005
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2017-023/160 HHS [Health and Human Services] Budget Proposals, 2004
Budget Riders, 2003-2004
Accenture Contract, 2003-2004
HB 2292 HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission] Reorganization, 2003-2004
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2017-023/160 Bill Information, 2003-2004
HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission], 2003-2004
Amendments, 2003-2004
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2017-023/161 SB 456 by Ellis/Hochburg Relating to the punishment for certain offenses motivated by bias or prejudice and to the conditions of community supervision or parole of persons convicted of that offense. Effective 9/1/03., 2003
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2017-023/24 CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] OpEd draft and money, August 2004
CPS [Child Protective Services] and CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 2003-2004
Elliott Naishtat 78th, 2003-2005
Fall, 2004
HHS [Health and Human Services] cuts/(can't read it), Cuts/CPPP, circa 2003-circa 2005
Miscellaneous, 2003
Miscellaneous 78th, 2003-2005
Miscellaneous desktop, 2003-2004
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2017-023/43 Miscellaneous papers, letters, etc.,, February 2003-September 2003
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2017-023/48 3rd Special Session, September 2003 - October 2003
4th Special, April 2004 - May 2004
Conference on World Affairs, "Blood Sport", April 7, 2003 - April 11, 2003
DOMA [Defense of Motherhood Act] (HB 15), 2003
HB 2, HB 2292 amendments, HB 15, 2003
Miscellaneous papers, 2003
No Child Left Behind, 2003-2004
Special Session, 2003
79th Legislative Session
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2017-023/108 CPS [Child Protective Services], 2005
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2017-023/139 28 pages EN [Elliott Naishtat]'s yellow floor notes, Approp SB 1 2nd reading, April 2005
Miscellaneous papers, September 2004-October 2005
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2017-023/14 [illegible] record votes, campaign finance, 2005-2007
DP [Death Penalty] and Maratan capital punishment, April 2006
Moratorium Folders, 2005-2006
NH [Nursing Homes]'s Jim Hines cmp [complete] restruct, October 2006
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2017-023/145 Misc. desk, August 2006-October 2006
Misc. special, April 2006-June 2006
Miscellaneous
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2017-023/24 Recent, November 2005-December 2005
Fall, July 2005-October 2005
Summer, June 2005-July 2005
March 2005-May 2005
January 2005-February 2005
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2017-023/145 June 2006-August 2006
79th - 80th Legislative Sessions
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2017-023/145 Misc., November 2006-July 2007
Miscellaneous folders, January 2006-December 2009
80th Legislative Session
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2017-023/108 Bills, many folders, 2007
Iraq HB 939 - EN [Elliott Naishtat], 2007
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2017-023/119 Vetoes, 2007
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2017-023/13 Miscellaneous Mail, letters, memos, January 2007-November 2007
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2017-023/14 Major issues, 2007
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2017-023/145 Misc., 2007
Misc., 2008
Misc., October 2007-January 2008
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2017-023/152 Legal Front State Ct [Court] Jud[icial] Review HB 75, Bol. 8 no. 3 Frew case, Vol. 8, no.4, July 2007
TAASA [Texas Association Against Sexual Assault] bill EN [Elliott Naishtat] HB 76 statewide data, July 2007
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2017-023/160 Health and Human Services Agencies Briefing, February 14, 2008
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2017-023/178 Miscellaneous Papers from Chamber and office desk, 2007
81st Legislative Session
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2017-023/108 CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] HB 2982, 2009
Issues, 2009
TX [Texas] Med Bd, 2009
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2017-023/145 John Burnett, marijuana legislation, Pohey attentive report, March 27, 2009
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2017-023/152 EN [Elliott Naishtat] Comm on Aging - NH [Nursing Homes] outage priorities, November 2010
TX [Texas] Holo [Holocaust] Commission SB 482, May 18, 2009
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2017-023/18 Health care, 2009
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2017-023/184 Constituents, 2008-2010
Gestational Agreements, 2008-2010
State Schools, 2008-2010
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2017-023/4 Miscellaneous papers - chamber and office desk, January 2009-July 2009
Papers, March 2009-July 2009
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2017-023/80 Bill Summaries, 2009
Budget, 2009
Domestic Partner Benefits, 2009
E. Naishtat 38 bills and vetoes, 2009
H.C. [Health Care] CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] state schools, 2009
Newspapers EN [Elliott Naishtat], 2009
Texas Watch - insurance reform, 2009
81st - 82nd Legislative Sessions
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2017-023/16 Correspondence, June 2009-May 2011
Miscellaneous papers from chamber and desk, June 2009-May 2011
82nd Legislative Session
Amazon and use tax
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2017-023/18 HB 1317 e-retail EN [Elliott Naishtat], 2011
CLE speech with Amazon, circa 2011-circa 2013
Rep. Naishtat Drafts - Amazon, circa 2011-circa 2013
HB 1317 materials, 2011
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2017-023/40 Accordion File:
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Food Stamps Ban and HB 1863, 2011
HB 5 Conference May 2011 (82R) by Kolkhorst Relating to the Interstate Health Care compact., May 2011
HB 400 (82R) by Eissler Relating to flexibility for public schools to administer primary and secondary education efficiently., 2011
Amendment to Rep. John Davis' amendment to SB 23 (82R) by Nelson Relating to the administration of and efficiency, cost-saving, fraud prevention, and funding measures for certain health and human services and health benefits programs, including the medical assistance and child health plan programs., 2011
Sid Miller, circa 1995-circa 2012
Parking Bonnen, circa 1995-circa 2012
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2017-023/108 Informed Concert Collab, 2011
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2017-023/115 Issues, 2011
83rd Legislative Session
AAS [Austin American-Statesman] Clips
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2017-023/65 January 2013-June 2013
Miscellaneous, 2003-2012
Public Health and Human Service Committees
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2017-023/108 Papers, 2013
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Meeting notes, 2013
Interim Charge Committee Meetings
Public Health Committee
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2017-023/80 April 14, 2014
April 7, 2014
Human Services Committee
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2017-023/80 March 24, 2014
April 15, 2014
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2017-023/180 Interim Comm. Charges - CPS [Child Protective Services] deaths, 2014
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2017-023/152 EN [Elliott Naishtat] meetings, 2013
84th Legislative Session
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2017-023/101 Interim Reports HSC [Human Services Comm] and PH [Public Health] Comm, 2015-2017
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2017-023/180 ADL, Religion in schools, 2015
Campus Carry, 2015
CSHB 40 amendment fracking, April 2015
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Meetings, January 2015 -March 2015
HB 2023 and Rider: DSHS [ Dept. of State Health Services] Forensic Director Position, 2015
HB 3999 S. W. [Social Worker] Licensing, May 2015
HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission] Consolidation - [F. Scott] McCown, March 2015
Interim Charges, November 2015
Interim charges, HSC [Human Services Comm] and PHC [Public Health Comm] (AF), August 2015
PHC [Public Health Comm] and HSC [Human Services Comm], 2015-2016
Topics including CPS [Child Protective Services] and HRO [House Research Organization], 2015
By Topic
Aging/Older Adults
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2017-023/116 Adult Services Council, circa 1990-circa 1994
Adult Services Council [2], circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/124 Dan Fisher CARE Inc., circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/126 Senate Elder Abuse (2), February 1987
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2017-023/14 Medicare, payroll, circa 2004-circa 2006
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2017-023/150 Elder Rights, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/18 Seniors, Berman and property taxes, 2007
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2017-023/185 Consumer Protection in Medicare, 1998
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2017-023/127 Senior Tax Freeze, 1999-2000
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2017-023/73 Elder Tax Freeze - OpEd, etc., 2006-05
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2017-023/80 TSHL [Texas Silver-Haired Legislature] - speech, session wraps, aging, 2011
Legislative Committee on Aging, 2012
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2017-023/87 Elderly Housing, 1992-1997
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2017-023/9 Family Caregiver Alliance, October 2001
Aging Matters, November 2001
Nursing Homes and Long Term Care
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2017-023/106 Long-term Care Interim Study (binder notebook), 1996
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2017-023/41 NH [Nursing Homes] and Long-term care reports, 1995-1998
David Bragg report to Ann Richards "Make Texas Good Place to Grow Old", 1991-1993
State Auditor - Review of NH [Nursing Home] Regs, Lawrence Alwin SAO [State Auditor's Office] Report 94-015, December 1993
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2017-023/57 Nursing Homes, circa 1994-circa 1998
Nursing Homes Oversight, circa 1994-circa 1998
THCA [Texas Health Care Association], circa 1994-circa 1998
SB 190
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2017-023/57 NH [Nursing Homes] Notebook, SB 190 by Zaffirini/Naishtat relations to the regulation of nursing home and similar facilities; providing penalties. Effective 9/1/97., 1997
SB 190 EN [Elliott Naishtat] floor remarks, 1997
SB 190 Debbie Morris, 1997
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2017-023/119 NH's [Nursing Homes], 1999-2003
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2017-023/57 Nursing Home Bragg, Riley, Rusk,, 1999
Sensitive Care Presentation, 1999
Nursing Home stuff, circa 1994-circa 1998
Accordion File: THCA [Texas Health Care Association] Nursing Homes, circa 1994-circa 1998
Long Term Care Legislative Oversight Committee, 1998
Long Term Care Legislative Oversight Committee Hearing, October 15, 2002
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2017-023/62 NASHP (National Academy for State Health Policy) LTC (Long Term Care), August 2003
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2017-023/80 Naishtat - Nursing Homes, Texas Observer, circa 2008-circa 2014
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2017-023/87 Medically Fragile-NH (nursing homes), 1994
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2017-023/9 TX [Texas] - LTC [Long term Care], November 2001
Children
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2017-023/109 Informed Consent Foster Kids, circa 1987-circa 2015
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2017-023/115 Child Protection Reform report, 2001-2011
Child Welfare crisis, Nat'l Coalition, January 15, 2005
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2017-023/119 Forgotten Children (Foster Care) Strayhorn -online, April 2004
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2017-023/12 Child Abuse, 1993
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2017-023/125 Juvenile Justice/Teen Violence/MH, 1999-2000
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2017-023/127 Newborn Hearing Screenings, 1999-2000
Austin Travis County Children's MH [Mental Health] Partnership Life Safety Code, 1999-2000
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2017-023/128 Foster Kids Aging out of the system and receiving criminal records, circa 1999-circa 2006
CSHCN children with special health care needs program, circa 1999-circa 2006
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2017-023/152 Child Abuse press conf EN [Elliott Naishtat], April 6, 2001
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2017-023/180 Immunizations, 2000
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2017-023/24 CPS [Child Protective Services] Petriccione, July 2004
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2017-023/49 Adoptee Letters Platform, 1992-1998
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2017-023/74 Child support clips
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2017-023/80 CPS [Child Protective Services], September 2007-January 2008
Eldorado - CPS [Child Protective Services], 2008
Foster Care Redesign, June 10, 2014
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2017-023/9 Fragile Families, August 2001
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2017-023/91 Helping Hand Home, 1996-2002
ECI [Early Childhood Intervention] and D. Shelly, 1996-2002
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program]
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2017-023/106 House Committee on Public Health - Children's Health Insurance Program (binder notebook), 1998
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2017-023/128 CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] Shortfall, 2003
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2017-023/136 CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] and Misc., May 2000
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2017-023/20 State Programs for CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] - Resource Notebook - FSHPL-NCLS [Forum for State Health Policy Leadership-National Conference of State Legislatures], May 1997
State CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] Enabling Legis. FSHPL-NCLS [Forum for State Health Policy Leadership-National Conference of State Legislatures], February 1999
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2017-023/41 HMO Liability and CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 1997-1998
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2017-023/80 CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], January 24, 2007
Education
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2017-023/115 M. Yudof tuition, 2003
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2017-023/12 Education Forum, September 1996
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2017-023/124 TACT [Texas Association of College Teachers], circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/131 Building Blocks, circa 1990-circa 1997
Galaxy Classroom, circa 1990-circa 1997
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2017-023/133 Nat'l Academy, 2000
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2017-023/150 Home Schooling, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/152 Charter schools
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2017-023/157 State School Closure material, 1995
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2017-023/18 Texas Aerospace Scholars, circa 2007-circa 2014
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2017-023/180 National Committee for Education Students to Influence State Policy and Legislation, 1998
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2017-023/181 Public and Higher Education (includes school finance), 2000-2016
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2017-023/185 Texas Education Agency, circa 1991-circa 1998
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2017-023/20 Texas PTA [Parent-Teacher Association], April 1996
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2017-023/24 Teachers H-C, August 2004
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2017-023/80 Premier HS, June 7, 2014
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2017-023/87 Robin Hood Plan, 1993
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2017-023/91 Community in Schools Central Texas Legislative Luncheon, circa 1996-circa 2002
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2017-023/92 Tuition increases, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/95 School for the Deaf, [Marvin] Sallop, 1992
SB 11 Tuition increase by Parker, 1993
School Finance
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2017-023/2 School Finance, circa 1991-circa 1994
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2017-023/95 School Finance Town Forum, circa 1991-circa 1994
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2017-023/126 Higher Ed and Economy-Cunningham, 1992
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2017-023/124 Higher Education Funding, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/178 School Finance Folders, 2004-2006
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2017-023/152 School Finance Intro, May 2010
Social Work and Welfare
Housing
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2017-023/115 High Rise Sprinklers, 2001-2002
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2017-023/116 RUDAT (Regional Design Assessment Team), circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/119 Affordable housing, John Hennebuge, [illegible], Heather Way "Misc. folder", 2004
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2017-023/126 Building Communities Together HUD [Department of Housing and Urban Development], 1994
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2017-023/152 LBJ's 100th birthday Housing Act, September 2008
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2017-023/185 Affordable Housing, 1991-1993
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2017-023/9 Housing/Santa Fe, November 2002
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2017-023/95 Home Equity, 1994-1996
Welfare
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2017-023/10 Gray Panthers and TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families], circa 2000-circa 2002
TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families] Reauthorization - ML, circa 2000-circa 2002
Welfare Reauthorization, 2002
NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures] - Welfare, 2002
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2017-023/110 Human Services Welfare, 1994
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2017-023/128 Welfare Cuts Time Clock, circa 1999-circa 2006
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2017-023/2 Welfare Reform, 1994
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2017-023/22 Welfare to Work Diane Rath, circa 1997-circa 1999
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2017-023/41 Welf (Welfare) HB 1863 (Federal Welfare Reform), circa 1995-circa 1998
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2017-023/57 Accordion file: Welfare to Work, 1994-1998
CPPP [Center for Public Policy Priorities], HRO [House Research Organization] HB 1863 AFDC [Aid to Families with Dependent Children], 1995
Welfare Reform, 1995
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2017-023/93 NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures] Welfare Reform, 1998
Naishtat/Welfare, circa 1993-circa 1999
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2017-023/40 Accordion File:, 2004
Call Centers and TIERS [Texas Integrated Eligibility Redesign System] and TIES [Texas Integrated Enrollment Services], 2004
Call Centers, 2005-2006
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2017-023/14 Call centers - Accenture, circa 2004-circa 2006
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2017-023/73 Call Centers, TIERS [Texas Integrated Eligibility Redesign System], and privatization - Accenture, 2012
Women's Issues
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2017-023/115 HB 15 Women's Right to know, November 2003
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2017-023/12 Abortion Rights, 1994
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2017-023/124 Aleshire-CAN (Community Action Network)+ Perinatal Alcohol, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/150 LWV (League of Women Voters) Questionnaire, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/152 Planned Parenthood, June 2003
Women's Suffrage in Texas, March 2013
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2017-023/180 Center for Policy Alternatives- Women's Voices for Solutions
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2017-023/20 Right to Know, February 1997
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2017-023/24 Planned Parenthood, June 2003
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
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2017-023/119 Olmstead [refers to court case of Olmstead v. LC], June 2001
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2017-023/125 MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] Bills and Issues, October 1998
MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] Money, October 1999
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2017-023/126 State Plan Disability Prevention, 1994
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2017-023/133 HSC [Human Services Comm], 1998-2000
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2017-023/87 NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures] Human Services, 1992
NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures] Human Services, 1993
NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures] Human Services Developmental Disabilities, 1994
MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] Lawlessness-Mark Brown, Legislator's Guide, 1995
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2017-023/95 Texas MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] bills, circa 1991-circa 1994
PART (Parent Association for the Retarded of Texas), 1992
Social issues/Civil Rights
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2017-023/10 Promoting Independence, March 20, 2002
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2017-023/101 Yellow Ribbon Suicide [Prevention] Benjamin Rich, August 14, 1983
Safeguarding Our Future - Children and Families 1st, December 1994
Issues in Social Policy CQ [Congressional Quarterly], 2000
Shattered Lives Drug War, 2000
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2017-023/116 MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)-ALR (Administrative License Revocation), circa 1990-circa 1994
Vets, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/119 Domestic Violence and [illegible], circa 1999-circa 2007
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2017-023/12 Community Education, circa 1991-circa 1998
Veterans, 1994
Veterans, October 1996
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2017-023/124 Criminal Justice, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/126 Senate Interim Committee Domestic Violence, December 1994
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2017-023/128 Offender Reentry, circa 1999-circa 2006
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2017-023/131 Consumer Union, 1993
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2017-023/133 Opening Courts to poor, Pete Schenkkan, March 1995
Poor People, August 29, 1995
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2017-023/150 Project Vote Smart, 2008
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2017-023/152 TCHC [Tarrant County Homeless Coalition] Dist. Plan of care Board Report, 2008
LGBT [Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender], May 2011
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2017-023/18 Voter ID, 2011
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2017-023/180 Domestic Partner Benefits - UT and A&M, 2013
Refugees/ Age HSC [Human Services Comm], December 15, 2015
Lesbian Gay Rights Lobby Texas folder
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2017-023/20 Relig. and Public Policy, Austin, March 1996
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2017-023/40 Youth Voting, circa 1995-circa 2012
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2017-023/49 Family Code/Herman, 1992
Stalking, 1992-1993
Crime Victims and Stalking, 1994
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2017-023/80 Naishtat - Jonathan Smith, NAACP, 2014
Hate Crimes - Homeless, February 2007
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2017-023/87 People 1st, 1994
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2017-023/9 Family Preservation Institute, September 2001
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2017-023/92 Hate Crimes – Civil Rights, Anti-Semitism, 1991-1992
Coalition Building and Co., 1995
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2017-023/95 Community Justice Centers, circa 1991-circa 1994
Consumers Union ACLU-Lifestyle Discrimination, circa 1991-circa 1994
Family Violence-caw, circa 1991-circa 1994
People Against Violent Crime Speech, circa 1991-circa 1994
Public Policy Priorities and People First, circa 1991-circa 1994
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2017-023/80 Homeless Hate Crimes, February 2007
Immigration
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2017-023/87 Immigration + NYC, 1994
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2017-023/41 Immigration, folders and reports, 1998
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2017-023/10 Immigration, circa 2000-circa 2002
Public Charge Immigration, circa 2000-circa 2002
Clips and Immigration, circa 2000-circa 2002
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2017-023/80 ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] - Sheriff Hamilton, May 2008
Naturalization, May 9, 2014
Immigrant children, June 2014
Employment/Workers
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2017-023/115 State employee pay raises, 2002
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2017-023/12 Penny and UT Staff salaries -TSEU [Texas State Employees Union], April 1998
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2017-023/128 TWC [Texas Workforce Commission] Work Rule, circa 1999-circa 2006
TWC [Texas Workforce Commission] Work Activity Rule, circa 1999-circa 2006
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2017-023/152 WDP [Workers Defense Project] "Building injustice", June 2009
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2017-023/161 Employee Leave, 1992
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2017-023/24 TWC [Texas Workforce Commission] and CPPP [Center for Public Policy Priorities] Lawsuit (?), 2003
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2017-023/49 SMART Jobs, 1993
Transit Union, 1993
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2017-023/92 Employee Benefits, circa 1992-circa 2001
State Employee Leave, circa 1992-circa 2001
Death Penalty/Clemency
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2017-023/176 Carla [Karla] Fay[e] Tucker, 1998
Clemency Notebook, 1999
W [David M.]. Long - D.P. [Death Penalty], 1999
Clemency and Death Penalty, 2000
Clips-Clemency, circa 1995-circa 1998
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2017-023/185 CURE [Citizens United For Rehabilitation of Errants] and Death Penalty, 1991
Death Penalty, 1995
Death Penalty, 1998
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2017-023/5 Josette Tilling Luxembourg lethal injection letter, circa 1998-circa 2000
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2017-023/80 Death Penalty, 2007
Miscellaneous
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2017-023/12 AmeriCorps, 1991
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2017-023/124 Summary-House Committee and House Research Association-HandHS [Health and Human Services] Funding, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/125 Mitigation - commercial, circa 1997-circa 2001
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2017-023/131 Ethics and Dying, 1992
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2017-023/133 TAHN [Texas Alliance for Human Needs], 1999
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2017-023/161 EN [Elliott Naishtat] Enrolled Bills for SW [Social Work] 25, 1994
NASW [National Association of Social Workers]/SW [Social Work] Lege [Legislation]/NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures], 1994
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2017-023/40 Governing without Money - EN [Elliott Naishtat], circa 1995-circa 2012
Origin and Future of Soc[ial] Welf[are] in text, circa 1995-circa 2012
A [illegible] Joe Welfare Policy, circa 1995-circa 2012
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2017-023/74 Politics and social work, Moncrief, June 1994
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2017-023/80 Ethics, 2008
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2017-023/85 Summit Ethics and Meaning, 1996
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2017-023/91 NASW [National Association of Social Workers], circa 1996-circa 2002
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2017-023/92 DHS-TWC [Dept. of Human Services-Texas Workforce Commission], September 2001-December 2001
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2017-023/95 Texas Alliance Human Needs, circa 1991-circa 1994
Texas Commission on Human Rights, circa 1991-circa 1994
Least Cost Planning, 1992
TAHN (Texas Alliance for Human Needs), 1996
Moderators
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2017-023/116 ADR-Mediation-Dispute Resolution LBJ, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/131 Survey of Excellence SSW-UT [School of Social Work], 1994
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2017-023/10 Moderator Info, circa 2000-circa 2002
DWI [Driving While Intoxicated]
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2017-023/116 Greenfield DWI Reimbursement, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/124 William Towne [refers to court case William D. Towne v. The State of Texas], circa 1992-circa 1993
Health Care
Families USA
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2017-023/101 Families USA Deep in Heart of Texas - Uninsured, February 1999
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2017-023/128 Uninsured Children Families USA report Press Release, circa 1999-circa 2006
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2017-023/133 circa 1995-circa 2000
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2017-023/152 September 2006
Families USA Press Conf in San Antonio, ACA [Affordable Care Act], [illegible], RP, Melissa Ropenblaft [phone number not included], September 27, 2013
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2017-023/49 1993-1994
Families USA and Single Payer, 1993-1994
Families USA Mariah, circa 1992-circa 1998
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2017-023/73 DNC and Families USA, 2012
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2017-023/9 January 2002
Medicaid
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2017-023/41 Mdcd (Medicaid), 1994-1998
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2017-023/115 Medicaid, circa 2001-circa 2011
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2017-023/2 Medicaid, 1994
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2017-023/80 Medicaid - Perry, circa 2008-circa 2014
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2017-023/18 Medicaid Expansion [2], 2013
Medicaid Expansion - "Missed Opportunities", August 2014
Frew Case [Medicaid]
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2017-023/185 William Wayne Justice, Frew Case, circa 1993-circa 2005
Frew Case Justice Medicaid, circa 1993-circa 2005
Memorandum Opinion Wm. Wayne Justice, August 14, 2000
Consent Decree, February 20, 1996
Medical Marijuana
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2017-023/80 The Medical Use of Marijuana: Research Findings (black folder), 2013
Medical Marijuana, 2013
Medical Marijuana [2], 2013
Medical Marijuana, 2004-2005
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2017-023/152 Vol. 13 Useful Wild Plants of Texas, cannabis, circa 1995
Americans with Disabilities Act
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2017-023/95 ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act] and Family and Medical Leave Act, 1991-1994
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2017-023/161 Mental Health Question ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act] Bd. of Law Examiners, 1992
Miscellaneous
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2017-023/10 NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures]/National Reauthorization Points, circa 2000-circa 2002
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2017-023/101 Mass Healthcare Reform - Work in Tx [Texas]?, March 2007
Future Risks for TX [Texas] Healthcare David [illegible], October 2007
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2017-023/109 Informed Consent, circa 1987-circa 2015
BEST [Blindness Education, Screening and Treatment] Program, circa 1997
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2017-023/115 AG-ADA EN [Elliott Naishtat] OpEd, December 2003
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2017-023/125 Health Expo, October 10, 1999
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2017-023/126 Guardianship- Psychiatric Transcripts, 1992
Expanding MediCal, Calif. report, 1993
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2017-023/127 Life Safety Code, 1999-2000
HMO Ombudsman, 1999-2000
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2017-023/133 Health Expo, circa 1995-circa 2000
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2017-023/152 EN [Elliott Naishtat] in DC ACA [Affordable Care Act], June 24, 2009
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2017-023/157 Forum Dallas Dick Merritt Health Policy Leader, January 1996
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2017-023/18 Health care for America Now, circa 2007-circa 2014
Health Care Miscellaneous, circa 2007-circa 2014
E. Naishtat Health Care, 2008
Public Health Committee and 1115 Waiver, 2012
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2017-023/180 Cite and Release - Gene Wu, PTSD [Post-traumatic stress disorder], Austin square, 2013
OIG [Office of Inspector General] - HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission] - 21CT - contracting, February 2015
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2017-023/20 AARP - Women's Health Equity Act, 1996
American Cancer Society, February 1997
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2017-023/22 NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures], Nat'l Academy State Health Policy, circa 1997-circa 1999
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2017-023/24 AIDS in Texas/HIV money chronically ill and disabled children, 2003
RX drugs, October 2003
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2017-023/41 Appropriation and Public Health, October 28, 1997
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2017-023/57 Senate Health and Human Services, 1996
TMA [Transitional Medical Assistance] Program EN [Elliott Naishtat] 37250, 1998
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2017-023/59 Hospital District [2], [1993]
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2017-023/62 NASHP [National Academy for State Health Policy] Access RX, August 2003
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2017-023/80 Women's Health Program, March 12, 2012
Neuro Rehab, May 29, 2014
Dentists, June 6, 2014
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2017-023/87 Single Payer and Community Care, 1992
Health Law list + Miscellaneous, 1993
Health Science Milbank, 1994
Primary Care-Heckler, 1994
TX [Texas] Leg Update -THA [Texas Hospital Association], 1995
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2017-023/9 EBHC (Evidence Based Health Care), August 2000
Health Chairs MD, June 2001
HC [Health Care] Workforce, March 2002
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2017-023/91 Prevent Blindness, circa 1996-circa 2002
Communities in Charge "RWJ" [Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital], circa 1996-circa 2002
Sanchez Health, circa 1996-circa 2002
Legal Services
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2017-023/116 Morales-Outside Council, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/161 Declaration of Intent Hiser, 1993
Legal Services, 1995
Legal Services S. Ct. (Supreme Court) Pro Bono, January 27, 2000
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2017-023/133 Legal Services, 1995-1996
Mandatory Pro Bono Frank Newton, April 14, 1995
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2017-023/150 Legal Services/State Bar, 1996
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2017-023/49 TORT Reform, 1996
Jim Harrington, Pro Bono
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2017-023/185 Legal Services, Pro Bono Mandatory, September 1991
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2017-023/161 Pro Bono State Bar, circa 1991-circa 1996
Chuck Herring, Disclosure
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2017-023/29 HS Committee Report, Disclosure Rule, October 2002
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2017-023/161 Legal Services, 2004
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2017-023/101 Proposed Prof. Liability Disclosure Rule, June 27, 2008
Miscellaneous Organizations
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2017-023/111 NJDC-National Jewish Democratic Council, 2003
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2017-023/116 DLC Democratic Leadership Council, circa 1990-circa 1994
Michael Shumann- Center for Innovative Diplomacy, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/12 Businesses and Associations, circa 1991-circa 1998
Interfaith Alliance, January 1997
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2017-023/124 American Electronic Association Stotesbery, circa 1992-circa 1993
Jewish Federation Montreal, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/131 Commission on Arts, 1995
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2017-023/176 Center for Middle East Peace, circa 1995-circa 1998
Israel and NJDC (National Jewish Democratic Council) AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) EN [Elliott Naishtat] and SG support of [illegible], circa 1995-circa 1998
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2017-023/2 Jew Watch, February 1991
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2017-023/80 JCPA [Jewish Council for Public Affairs], February 2008
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2017-023/85 JCCA (Jewish Community Center)-CRC (Community Relations Council), 1990-1996
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2017-023/9 Ford Foundation, February 2002
Association Jewish Family, May 2002
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2017-023/91 Israeli Forum, 2002
News and Media
AAS [Austin American-Statesman]
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2017-023/91 1996
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2017-023/125 Editorials, September 1998
Richter/Notes Re: EN [Elliott Naishtat], October 1998
The Advocate magazine, National Association of Social Workers
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2017-023/92 Advocate Articles NASW, 1993-1995
EN [Elliott Naishtat] articles, 1992
Apart[ment] Security, 1993
SOS [Secretary of State] Press Clips, 1992
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2017-023/12 Austin Lawyer Article, October 1994
Yarborough - Jordan Clips - testimonials, January 30, 1996
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2017-023/124 Daily Texan articles, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/150 Clip: "Naishtat outfoxed [illegible] in House]", May 8, 1991
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Clips, 1994-1995
Miscellaneous Clips, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/152 New Yorker, Bush's War on labs, Jessica Farrar, HPY, March 13, 2006
TX [Texas] Tribune - Turning TX [Texas] Blue, July 24, 2013
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2017-023/156 Waco Trib-Herald edit "to help the sick" medical marijuana, April 7, 2005
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2017-023/185 Texas Bar Journal, 1991
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2017-023/24 Clips, circa 2003-circa 2005
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2017-023/74 Texas Weekly, 1994
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2017-023/76 TX obs [Texas Observer] - "book review - Line in the Sand", circa 2008
Lesson in Self-Destruction - DeLay, circa 2008
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2017-023/95 TED-Newsletter, November 1995
Political Issues and Reform
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2017-023/116 Admin Procedure Judicial review, circa 1990-circa 1994
Judicial Selection, circa 1990-circa 1994
Judicial Reform, 1991
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2017-023/119 Texas Election Law for Lawyers, circa 1999-circa 2007
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2017-023/124 Candidates, 1992
Redistricting KLBJ, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/126 Federal Statutory Preemption-ACIR [Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations], 1992
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2017-023/150 Judicial Review, 1995
Election Laws and Rulings, 2002
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2017-023/161 Redistricting, 2001
Campaign Finance Reform, circa 1991-circa 2003
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2017-023/180 Citizens United, 2015
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2017-023/2 Reform - Legislators TX [Texas] House, 1991
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2017-023/93 Federal Time Clock Materials, October 1999
State of Texas
Government Organization
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2017-023/110 Natural Resources, circa 1990-circa 1991
Highway Department EN [Elliott Naishtat], circa 1990-circa 1991
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2017-023/116 Products Liability, circa 1990-circa 1994
Texas Lonestar Forum, 1991-1993
Texas Chamber of Commerce, January 23, 1992
Sunset Abolish, March 1993
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2017-023/119 T. Heflin loses to H. Vo, circa 1999-circa 2007
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2017-023/12 Southwestern Bell pay phone, 1995-1996
Val Verde - Del Rio, January 1997
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2017-023/124 Brackenridge, circa 1992-circa 1993
Texas IMPACT, circa 1992-circa 1993
Products Liability, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/126 Texas Public Affairs Network-Baskin, JJ, circa 1992-circa 1994
Urban Affairs Committee, 1994
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2017-023/127 Travis County Hospital District, 1999-2000
Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing License Plate, 1999-2000
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2017-023/175 Texas Purchasing Council Materials, 1996
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2017-023/185 Montford Constitution, July 1993
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2017-023/87 MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] Fast-train, 1992
Kinkaid Underwriting Guidelines, 1995
Republic of Texas, 1996
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2017-023/91 Texas Best Worst, circa 1996-circa 2002
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2017-023/92 Travis County Democratic Party and Advocacy WAND/WILL, 1997
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2017-023/95 Light Rail, 1992
New Priorities Coalition-Eco Conv, 1992
Travis County Package, 1993
Dell, 1995
SH [State Highway] 130
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2017-023/128 Letters, 1999-2000
CAMPO [Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization], 2000
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2017-023/10 Dallas Reauthorization, November 2001
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2017-023/108 Del Garcia OIG [Office of Inspector General] MEN audit, January 22, 2008
Jack Otis Global Warming package, February 4, 2008
Carbon free, February 2008
Global Warming Smitty, September 2008
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2017-023/119 Texas Defense (c) Military Preparedness Perry, 2006-2007
Texas Lege [Legislative] Services - Primary Profiles, 2010
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2017-023/15 County Affairs Notebooks, 2007
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2017-023/116 Texas High Speed Rail, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/150 Sierra Blanca, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/152 "AC" Second Travis City, June 12, 2009
TX [Texas] Facilities Comm - plaz, June 2010
K.W. speed barriers, September 2013
San Jacinto Museum
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2017-023/18 Response to Perry's State of State, February 5, 2007
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2017-023/24 Tolls, July 2004
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2017-023/80 Keystone XL Pipeline, September 2011
Texas Facilities Committee, 2012-2013
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2017-023/9 Influence State Policy, March 2001
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2017-023/115 Faith based Initiative, (Bush 2000), 2000
Report, January 30, 2003
EN [Elliott Naishtat] notes, February 3, 2003
Texas Partnerships
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2017-023/49 Texas Partnerships, circa 1992-circa 1998
Gephardt and Texas Partnership, circa 1992-circa 1998
Texas Partnership-Thank you's, 1997
TX [Texas] Ptship [Partnership], 1998
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2017-023/91 Texas Partnership and Redistricting, 2001-2002
Texas Partnership PAC, circa 1996-circa 2002
Guns
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2017-023/115 Gun laws, 2000-2002
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2017-023/152 P. Burka CHL [Concealed Handgun License] Straight Shooting, June 23, 2010
Pro life and Gun Rts Q's, January 2014
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2017-023/180 Legis. Gun Violence Prevention, August 2015
Tobacco
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2017-023/116 Smokeless Texas, circa 1990-circa 1994
Smoking and Tobacco, 1994
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2017-023/12 AG Tobacco, 1998
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2017-023/24 American Lung Association State of Tobacco Control Report, 2002
Cigarette tax, 2003
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2017-023/128 Tobacco Settlement, circa 1999-circa 2006
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2017-023/80 Holocaust, March 12, 2013
SB 482 Holocaust, January 2009
Texas Association of Realtors
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2017-023/116 circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/150 2006
Public integrity Unit/PIU
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2017-023/73 2012
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2017-023/180 April 20, 2015
Mold
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2017-023/110 Mold Crisis and Mold Perspectives, 1994
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2017-023/59 All Amendments: Mold, circa 2002-circa 2003
Mold, 2002-2003
Mold Remediation, circa 2002-circa 2003
Eliot Shapleigh
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2017-023/115 Income Tax, circa 2001-circa 2011
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2017-023/152 "Groren's Tub" Eliot Shapleigh, September 2004
Democratic Party
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2017-023/111 State Democratic Convention, 2004
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2017-023/124 Texas Democratic Convention, Houston, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/131 Demo Convention, Ft. Worth, June 1990
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2017-023/49 Demo Conv., Dallas, 1996
TCOP [Travis County Democratic Party], 1998
TCDP-Resolutions (Travis County Democratic Party), 1998
Demo Conv., San Antonio, 1998
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2017-023/56 Texas Democratic Party Convention, June 8, 2006
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2017-023/91 Texas Democratic Party Platform, 1998
Texas Democratic Party, 2000
Texas Democratic Party Platform TPD, 2002
City of Austin
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2017-023/101 Austin Interfaith - Strong Neighborhoods
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2017-023/116 Austin Project, circa 1990-circa 1994
Dick Nichols Park, circa 1990-circa 1994
Gallegos-Gangs, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/119 LCRA [Lower Colorado River Authority] letter to Hamilton Pool Rd and water lines by EN [Elliott Naishtat], 2004
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2017-023/12 AISD 4-22, circa 1991-circa 1998
Balcones [Canyonlands], 1991
BCCP [Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan], 1993
Crestview - East Austin - Hyde Park - General Land Office, 1993
ONRW [Outstanding National Resource Waters, National Park Service], Barton Creek, 1994
Save Our Springs, February 1995
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2017-023/124 Austin Rehab Center, circa 1992-circa 1993
Shoal Creek and ANC [Austin Neighborhoods Council], circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/128 MOPAC [Expressway] Noise Abatement, September 1994
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2017-023/152 No Place for Hate, Austin
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2017-023/161 Austin State Hospital, 1986-1987
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2017-023/18 Cactus Cafe, 2010
Education Austin, December 8, 2012
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2017-023/180 Austin Bashing, 1115 Waiver- McKinney, 1997
Salt Lick wine permit, 2015
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2017-023/49 Ellinger - KOOP, 1997
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2017-023/74 38th Street PUD, December 1991
Triangle Square
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2017-023/80 Austin Young Chamber, April 4, 2012
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2017-023/87 Route and Austin Bashing, 1995
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2017-023/91 Austin Musical History, 1998
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2017-023/92 Maps Balcones Canyonlands, circa 1992-circa 2001
Koenig Lane Information, 1994
ATS (Austin Transportation Study), June 12, 1995
ATS (Austin Transportation Study) [2], circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/95 GB (G[onzalo] Barrientos)-Aleshire Crime District, circa 1991-circa 1994
City of Austin Bills, 1993
CAMPO (Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization)
Meetings
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2017-023/8 2003-2004
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2017-023/153 February 2002
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August 2002
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November 2002
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CAMPO Peer Review, 2001-2002
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2017-023/128 CAMPO 2025 Plan, May 2000
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2017-023/6 Stuff, 2003-2006
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2017-023/24 CAMPO PAC, 2004
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2017-023/90 Constituent Responses, 2004
Miscellaneous Information, 2004
Transportation Miscellaneous, 2004
Clips/Toll Roads, 2004
Charts and Maps, 2004
TXDOT CAMPO, 2004
Miscellaneous, 2005
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2017-023/19 Meetings, 2006-2007
Stuff, 2006-2008
University of Texas at Austin
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2017-023/124 UT Austin, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/125 Texas Union Fees, February 1999
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2017-023/14 University [illegible], circa 2004-circa 2006
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2017-023/18 Stop Cuts UT, March 4, 2010
UT shared services, 2014
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2017-023/92 TSL-UT [Texas Spacecraft Laboratory-The University of Texas at Austin], 2001
Legislative Activity
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2017-023/124 Election Results, November 1992
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2017-023/125 Elections, November 1998
Office Staff and Interns
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2017-023/116 Ann Matthews Rep. Naishtat's office, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/160 Social Work Interns, 2003-2004
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2017-023/161 Social Work Grad, May 1996
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2017-023/80 Resumes and interns, circa 2008-circa 2014
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2017-023/92 Resumes, D. Browne, Janet Dewen, 1999
Intern File Lauren Cook Heffron, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/93 MSW [Masters in Social Work] Interns, 1993
MSSW [Masters of Science in Social Work] Interns, 1994
St. Edward's Internship, 1994
UT Interns Writing Samples, 1996
Anne Matthews- Social Work, circa 1993-circa 1999
Social Work Intern Resumes, circa 1993-circa 1999
Southwest Texas State Intern Charles Sallee, circa 1993-circa 1999
Desk Files
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2017-023/122 Rep. Naishtat desk, 1995
Rep. Naishtat desk, 1995-1996
Rep. Naishtat desk, 1996
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2017-023/136 Desk Misc. Files, 1996-2002
Misc. desk, 1996-2000
Desktop, 1999-2000
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2017-023/158 Miscellaneous from Chamber and office desks, December 2001-February 2003
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2017-023/22 Desk, 1997-1998
Misc. (desk), 1997-1998
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2017-023/76 Mail and desk-top misc., January 2008-December 2008
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2017-023/85 On desk, 1993
Newsletters
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2017-023/95 October 1991
Elliott's copy (newsletters), 1991
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2017-023/91 circa 1996-circa 2002
1999
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2017-023/12 1998
Questionnaires
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2017-023/49 1994
1996
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2017-023/150 1998
2000
2002
2002
2004
2006
2008
2010
Correspondence
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2017-023/179 Miscellaneous, 1991-1997
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2017-023/124 Congratulatory letters, November 1994
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2017-023/114 January 1997-December 1997
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2017-023/138 2000-2002
Miscellaneous Office/Admin.
Visitors Register
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2017-023/74 January 1991-February 1999
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2017-023/128 1993-2005
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2017-023/10 Congressional Visits, circa 2000-circa 2002
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2017-023/115 Emails, 2002-2004
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2017-023/125 Recent Memos, 1999-2000
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2017-023/128 Press Releases and OpEds, 2004-2006
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2017-023/150 Endorsements, 1993-1994
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2017-023/18 Certificates, circa 2007-circa 2014
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2017-023/180 Dorothy B.[rowne] while EN [Elliott Naishtat] away, 2000
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2017-023/183 Message Pads, 2007-2010
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2017-023/20 Town Hall, Austin, August 1996
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2017-023/29 Call logs, January 2009-November 2016
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2017-023/58 Message Pads, September 6, 2002-September 25, 2006
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2017-023/61 Phone Message pads, 2006-2010
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2017-023/76 KW letter - EN [Elliott Naishtat] humiliation in ABS, circa 2008
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2017-023/80 RSVP, 2008-2013
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2017-023/83 Rep. Naishtat Letters, Papers, Memos, 1998
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2017-023/89 Phone Message pads, 2001-2003
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2017-023/9 Declined, circa 2000-circa 2003
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2017-023/92 Memos, November 2001
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2017-023/95 EN [Elliott Naishtat] Meetings Constituents Agencies, 1992-1994
Travel
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2017-023/93 1993-1996
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2017-023/95 Inauguration DC, circa 1993
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2017-023/87 Fort Hood trips, 1995-1997
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2017-023/131 Chicago, 1996
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2017-023/22 1997-1998
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2017-023/9 Boston travel, 2003
Travel reimbursements, 2003
Munich, Brussels, September 2002
Research and Reports
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2017-023/126 HRO [House Research Organization]- House Study Group, circa 1992-circa 1994
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2017-023/84 Miscellaneous Reports from State Agencies and Foundations, Most to LRL - Legis[lative] Ref[erence] Lib[rary], 1992-1993
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2017-023/87 LSG [Legislative Study Group], 1995
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2017-023/125 HRO [House Research Organization], 1997
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2017-023/80 Legislative Briefs - NCSL, circa 2008-circa 2014
Awards
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2017-023/91 1997-1998
ARC [of Texas] Award, April 2001
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2017-023/131 TOPS Award, 1994
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2017-023/22 NASW [National Association of Social Workers] Award, Washington D.C., April 9, 1999-April 10, 1999
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2017-023/76 Needs NASW [National Association of Social Workers] award letter, 1999
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2017-023/152 Austin Interfaith Award, Intro, October 2013
Miscellaneous
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2017-023/108 Miscellaneous Folders, 2003-2011
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2017-023/110 Delegation GD, circa 1990-circa 1991
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2017-023/119 Miscellaneous Folders, 2006-2007
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2017-023/12 Delegation, 1997
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2017-023/125 Miscellaneous Deleg[ation], 2000-2001
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2017-023/136 Fall 2000
Spring 2000
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October 2002
Summer 2002
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2017-023/154 Miscellaneous papers, 2001-2015
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2017-023/156 October 2005-December 2006
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2017-023/180 Misc. papers
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2017-023/24 2002-2003
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2017-023/28 EN [Elliott Naishtat] Miscellaneous, January 2004-July 2004
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Miscellaneous, October 2003-January 2004
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2017-023/37 June 2001-December 2001
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2017-023/73 Misc. Folders, 2012
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2017-023/93 EN [Elliott Naishtat] vs. Bush - Five Years, circa 1993-circa 1999
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2017-023/95 Delegation, 1993
Miscellaneous files, circa 1991-circa 1994
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2017-023/101 House Floor Votes, 1991-2001
EN [Elliott Naishtat] Legis Voting Record, 1991-1999
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2017-023/110 House and Senate member list, circa 1990-circa 1991
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2017-023/111 Bush 2000 4 inches ribbon, 2000
Kerry Edwards Jewish Outreach Team, 2004
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2017-023/115 Meetings, PHC [Public Health Comm], HSC [Human Services Comm], and Individuals (yellow notes pages), 2006-2011
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2017-023/119 Veto lists, 2001
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2017-023/12 VISTA [Volunteers in Service to America] National Service, 1993-1994
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2017-023/121 GB (G[onzalo] Barrientos), 1989
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2017-023/124 Miscellaneous GB [Gonzalo Barrientos, Jr.], 1989
Miscellaneous Old Bills and Ethics, circa 1992-circa 1993
Lanny Sinkin, circa 1992-circa 1993
Laney's Interim Charges, February 1994
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2017-023/125 HRs, circa 1997-circa 2001
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2017-023/126 VISTA [Volunteers in Service to America] reunion materials, December 1994-March 1995
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2017-023/131 Misc., TX [Texas] Chamber, 1992
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2017-023/14 DeLay, Merritt, Sadler Speaker deals - Craddick pledge, April 2005
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2017-023/152 Labor Day progress, 2009
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2017-023/180 Shalesh Ganjoo, August 2015
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2017-023/2 Speaker Race - Sadler, Rudd, Laney, etc., 1992
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2017-023/40 Plenum, 2008
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2017-023/57 Budget, 1995
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2017-023/80 Speaker: Scope of Authority, 2007
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2017-023/92 Legislative Advocacy GB – process, speeches, circa 1992-circa 2001
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2017-023/95 Ann Richards, 1994
Miscellaneous (No Topic)
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2017-023/110 Freshmen, circa 1990-circa 1991
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2017-023/116 ACC, circa 1990-circa 1994
Durward McDaniel, circa 1990-circa 1994
Soviet Attorneys, circa 1990-circa 1994
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2017-023/119 T. Sanchez, 2002
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2017-023/12 Dr. Ken Goldberg Mail, 1998
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2017-023/124 Primary, March 1992
ACC, Gilleland, Library-SM, CTD, CTS Kinnard, circa 1992-circa 1993
Clinton, circa 1992-circa 1993
Lloyd Jacobson, circa 1992-circa 1993
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2017-023/125 PRS-Hines, December 1998
Jeff Friedman Linda Meltzer, January 1999
Hurson, July 1999
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2017-023/131 21st Century Democrats, circa 1990-circa 1997
Renews, Atlanta, 1993
SEED, 1994
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2017-023/133 CC - Public Citizen "100 ideas" Sandy Haverlah, circa 1995-circa 2000
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2017-023/14 Infrared [illegible], May 2009
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2017-023/150 Realtors, 2002
Realtors, 2006
A TPE Questionnaire, 2010
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2017-023/152 [illegible] calendar, 2009
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2017-023/161 Dues Check off Ken Bailey, 2003
Beth Borgman
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2017-023/180 Armenian Genocide, 2015
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2017-023/185 Mark Mueller and Tina Lewis, 1998
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2017-023/20 CTP [CTD?], February 1997
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2017-023/24 Moratorium, 2002
Securitization, 2003
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2017-023/40 Public [illegible] myth, circa 1995-circa 2012
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2017-023/41 $, 1996-1997
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2017-023/49 Harry Truman, 1948-10-11T00:00:00+00:00
Misc. files: stalking, torte, family code, transit, 1993-1994
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2017-023/74 Nasihat consumer [illegible], August 21, 1994
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2017-023/80 RN Securities, 2007
Muny, October 2008
Top 10%, May-June 2009
The Response, August 6, 2011
Bob Ozer - Muny, 2012
White House, December 5, 2013
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2017-023/87 Solidarity in Mexico, 1992-1997
Voyager - Julia Pirkey, 1996
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2017-023/9 Sisterhood, Tennessee, September 11, 2001-September 18, 2001
Racing, May 2002
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2017-023/91 L. Cranberg, circa 1996-circa 2002
Victor Guerra, circa 1996-circa 2002
Janis Rankin, circa 1996-circa 2002
MJ Blumberg, 2002
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2017-023/92 Mike Lucas, recommend, law, 2001
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2017-023/93 Kim Vickery, 1994
Dora Gonzales
Mariah Boone
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Priscilla Ramos, Roxanne and Jonah
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2017-023/95 RUST Watch Panel Macdoug, circa 1991-circa 1994
Accordion Files
Accordion File:
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2017-023/40 Nancy Walker memos, circa 1995-circa 2012
Civil Rights Symposium - "No Child Left Behind" EN [Elliott Naishtat], "Starve the Beast", 2004
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] OpEd, August 2004
Governing Conference, circa 1995-circa 2012
HHS [Health and Human Services], circa 1995-circa 2012
HRO [House Research Organization] Report on HB 1863 (74R) Relating to eligibility for and the provision of services and programs for needy people, including children; to assistance in becoming or remaining self-dependent; and to the responsibility of parents and others to assist needy people, including children, in becoming or remaining self-dependent; providing penalties., 1995
HHS [Health and Human Services] and Civil Rights, 2004
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program] and HB 2292 (78R) by Wohlegemuth Relating to the provision of health and human services in this state, including the powers and duties of the Health and Human Services Commission and other state agencies; providing penalties., 2003
TIES [Texas Integrated Enrollment Services] and Privatization, circa 1995-circa 2012
The Nation "Lockheed" and Julie Spann impact of privatization, March 1998
Integrated Enrollment Brown Bag with TSEU [Texas State Employees Union], circa 1996
TESU [Texas State Employees Union], circa 1995-circa 2012
TIES [Texas Integrated Enrollment Services] HB 2777 (75R) by Junell Relating to eligibility determination and service delivery of health and human services. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a joint author., 1997
Accordion File:
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2017-023/40 Voter ID Bills, 80th, 2007
County Affairs, February 2008
HSC [Human Services Comm], 2003
Misc. Files:
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2017-023/131 Low-level radioactive waste, circa 1990-circa 1997
McCandless paper - immuniz, circa 1990-circa 1997
The Avenue Texas Leg[islation] SW, circa 1990-circa 1997
Moncrief interns, circa 1990-circa 1997
Conferences
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2017-023/180 A Framework for the Future- Housing Conference, November 8, 1998-November 10, 1998
AFI (Assembly on Federal Issues)
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2017-023/96 Washington, DC, May 2002
December 2000
May 2000
May 2001
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2017-023/62 ALEC [American Legislative Exchange Council], August 2001
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2017-023/20 Avance - Family Support, San Antonio, January 1998
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2017-023/180 Building a New World- 16th annual statewide family violence conference, October 5, 1997-October 8, 1997
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2017-023/152 CFAl - Evereux, France, October 2008
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2017-023/18 Committee on Aging - TX [Texas] Conference on Aging, Kerrville, March 22, 2010
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2017-023/101 Community Action Assoc. Conference Ptship Austin NW, 2006
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2017-023/124 Community Economic Development Conference, October 30, 1992
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2017-023/60 Conferences, 1995-1998
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2017-023/20 Conference Notebooks, 1995-1999
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2017-023/22 Conferences, 1998-1999
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2017-023/71 Conference Folders, August 1995-November 1998
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2017-023/9 Conference, December 2002
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2017-023/40 Conference on World Affairs, circa 1995-circa 2012
"New Deal" Social Welfare Program, circa 1995-circa 2012
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2017-023/56 Conference on World Affairs, April 2004
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2017-023/20 CPA Summit of States, D.C., December 1998
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2017-023/96 CPA, San Francisco, October 2000
CPA, D.C., December 2000
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2017-023/20 Crime Prevention Instit[ute]: Project Re-Enterprise [illegible], Austin, December 13, 1995
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2017-023/111 Democratic National Convention, 2004
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2017-023/131 Democratic Leadership Training, June 1995
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2017-023/56 DLC (Democrat Leadership Council) National Conversation, July 22, 2006-July 24, 2006
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2017-023/152 Evid- Based H-C [Evidence based health care] Vail, CO, August 2000
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2017-023/20 Family Caregivers: Partners in Long-Term Care, San Francisco, October 29, 1999-October 30, 1999
FSHPL [Forum for State Health Policy Leadership], April 1998
FSHPL-NCLS [Forum for State Health Policy Leadership-National Conference of State Legislatures]
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2017-023/20 1st Workshop, Dallas, January 1997
3rd Workshop, Tarpon Springs, FL, November 1998
Regulation of Health Professionals in TX [Texas]: Does it need to be reformed? Austin, March 24, 1998
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2017-023/152 Governing Conf, priority and accenture, October 1, 2004
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2017-023/95 Health Care Conference, April 17, 1991
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2017-023/20 Health Care for the New Millennium - National Health Policy Conference - NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures], Tampa, December 1998
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2017-023/80 Homeless Conference, September 2008
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2017-023/180 Human Services and Public Safety Committee- SLC [Southern Legislative Conference] 53rd annual mtg, 1999
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2017-023/20 Instit. State Policy, [illegible] Savannah, GA, May 1996
Leadership Training Consumer Healthcare, November 1997
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2017-023/152 Money Follows Person conf., June 2006
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2017-023/9 NACAA (National Association of Community Action Agencies), San Antonio, September 2000
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2017-023/176 NAJL (National Association of Jewish Legislators), September 1997
NAJL (National Association of Jewish Legislators), December 1998
NASHP [National Academy for State Health Policy]
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2017-023/41 Conference Medicaid and Welfare, 1995
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2017-023/20 Tying Knot - Mg'd [Managed] Care and Long-Term Care for Dual Eligible Persons, Portland, August 6, 1995
Conference Planning Meeting, D.C., April 25, 1997
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2017-023/9 Conference, November 2001
August 2002
2003
Old NASHP (National Academy for State Health Policy and SLC (Southern Legislative Conference)
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2017-023/157 Hilton Head, S.C., 1993
Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West. VA, 1994
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2017-023/152 NAJL [National Association of Jewish Legislators], 1997
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2017-023/20 Nat'l Health Policy Seminar - Promoting Healthy Families HHS [Health and Human Services], D.C., October 6, 1995-October 8, 1995
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2017-023/152 Nat'l Labor Caucus Salt Lake City, July 2004
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2017-023/62 National Labor Caucus of State Legislators, 2002
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2017-023/20 NCJC Human Services, December 1998
NCJC-AFI [Assembly on Federal Issues], D.C., December 9, 1998-December 11, 1998
NCSL ( National Conference of State Legislators)
Annual meetings
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2017-023/157 Cincinnati, Ohio, 1992
San Diego, California, July 25, 1993-July 29, 1993
New Orleans, Louisiana, July 24, 1994-July 28, 1994
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 16, 1995-July 20, 1995
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2017-023/5 Las Vegas, Nevada, July 20, 1998-July 23, 1998
Indianapolis, Indiana, July 24, 1999-July 28, 1999
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2017-023/153 July 15, 2000
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2017-023/5 Chicago, Illinois, July 16, 2000-July 20, 2000
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2017-023/153 July 12, 2002-July 14, 2002
Legislative Summit
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2017-023/157 Louisville, Kentucky, July 25, 2010-July 28, 2010
San Antonio Texas, August 8, 2011-July 11, 2011
Chicago, Illinois, August 5, 2012-August 9, 2012
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2017-023/110 Roundtable on Health, May 21, 1994-May 23, 1994
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2017-023/133 circa 1995-circa 2000
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2017-023/157 Washington D.C. Health Care, October 1995
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2017-023/49 St. Louis, 1996
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2017-023/157 Washington D.C. Health Care and HSC [Human Services Comm] [illegible], December 1996
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2017-023/20 Health Care Conf., Phoenix, December 1997
Las Vegas, July 1998
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2017-023/152 Health Care Atlanta, May 2000
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2017-023/9 Officer Training, August 2000
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2017-023/96 San Antonio, August 2001
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2017-023/62 Denver, 2002
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2017-023/9 Events, Denver, 2002
National Labor Caucus, 2002
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2017-023/152 Health Chairs Prped [Prepared], May 2002
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2017-023/10 Washington Trip Welfare Materials, May 2002
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2017-023/153 Human Services Committee, May 9, 2002-May 11, 2002
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2017-023/10 July 22, 2002
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2017-023/62 San Francisco, 2003
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2017-023/56 Invitations, circa 2004-circa 2007
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2017-023/62 Salt Lake City, 2004
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2017-023/56 Seattle, 2005
August 2005
Nashville, 2006
2007
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2017-023/180 Boston, 2007
Travel, July 2009
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2017-023/152 Atlanta, August 12, 2013
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2017-023/180 Seattle, August 3, 2015-August 6, 2015
Chicago, 2016
NCSL -AFI [National Conference of State Legislatures-Assembly on Federal Issues]
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2017-023/5 1999
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2017-023/20 Officers Orientation, Crystal City, TX [Texas], October 9, 1998
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2017-023/152 Health Care, Mdcd [Medicaid], May 2002
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2017-023/20 NCSL -ASI [National Conference of State Legislatures-Assembly on State Issues], Austin, May 1996
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2017-023/9 ONRC (Oregon Natural Resources Council) Conference, Portland, OR, 2001-2002
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2017-023/20 Opening Doors in Barrio - Forging New Partnerships, Avance, San Antonio, March 1998
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2017-023/131 Pre-session Conference, 1990
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2017-023/20 Pre-[Session] Leg. - LBJ, 1996
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2017-023/133 Pre-Lege [Legislative] Conference, 1998
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2017-023/157 NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures], San Antonio "Looking forward", November 1996
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2017-023/20 Role of State Policymakers in Promoting Healthy Families, "Looking Forward," HAS and NCSL [National Conference of State Legislatures], San Antonio, November 22, 1996-November 24, 1996
RSG [Reforming States Group] Milbank Eastern Meeting, Tampa, November 1998
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2017-023/92 Social Work Conference, Houston, April 1992
SLC (Southern Legislative Conference)
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2017-023/131 1992-1993
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2017-023/5 1998
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2017-023/62 Fort Worth, 2003
2004
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2017-023/9 THA (Texas Hospital Association), July 2002
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2017-023/119 THCA [Texas Health Care Association] Conf., November 1999
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2017-023/20 Tool Kit: Consumer Health Action, Families USA, D.C., January 22, 1998-January 24, 1998
TX [Texas] Fed. Teacher Leg. Conf., February 1997
Women in Government (WIG)
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2017-023/9 Puerto Rico, February 2001
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2017-023/56 Honolulu, 2004
9th Annual Regional Conference San Antonio, September 7, 2006-September 9, 2006
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2017-023/185 Workshop IV-V ERISA [Employee Retirement Income Security Act] and State Regulation and HMO [Health Maintenance Organization] Liability Families USA, January 1998
Legislation and Committees
72nd Session and Interim
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2017-023/172 72nd Regular Session EN [Elliott Naishtat] Legislation, January 8, 1991 - May 27, 1991
72nd Regular Session EN [Elliott Naishtat] Co Author, Missing [per Naishtat's office], January 8, 1991 - May 27, 1991
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2017-023/149 72nd 1st Called Session EN [Elliott Naishtat] Legislation, July 15, 1991 - August 13, 1991
72nd 3rd Called Session EN [Elliott Naishtat] Legislation notes only, January 2, 1992 - January 8, 1992
HB 2274 PBS [Ad valorem taxations exemptions for television and radio stations that produce or broadcast public interest programming.], May 7, 1991
HB 2277 Braille [ instruction for blind or visually handicapped students.], June 13, 1991
HB 2712 High speed rail [authority, responsibilities and composition of the Texas High-Speed Rail Authority.], April 16, 1991
HB 2713 Crime victims counseling [compensation under the Crime Victims Compensation Act], March 27, 1991
HB 2714 NASW [National Association of Social Workers], April 16, 1991
HB 2715 Criminal law magistrates [appointments in district courts in Travis County], April 29, 1991
HB 2716 Landlord Security [Residential landlord duties on security devices; imposing a duty on landlords to notify tenants of their rights and obligations and a landlord's rights and obligations with respect to installing, changing, and rekeying security devices; and imposing tenant remedies for a landlord's failure to provide notification.], May 14, 1991
HB 2717 Balcones Canyonlands [authority to implement, finance, and administer the Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan], May 7, 1991
HB 2718 Rock [Definition and appraisal of rock reserves for purposes of ad valorem taxation.], April 15, 1991
Blind Superintendent HB 2840 [Residence of the superintendent of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.], June 16, 1991
HCR 215 [Congratulating the University of Texas Men's Swimming Team.], May 14, 1991
HCR 240 [Resolving that the state of Texas take all actions necessary for the full implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.], May 24, 1991
HR 469 [Commending the participants in the Partners in Policymaking program of the Texas Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities.], April 11, 1991
HB 112 Relating to Indoor air quality, July 19, 1991
HB 113 Relating to the certification of persons as advocates for victims of sexual assault and to confidential information and communications; providing a criminal penalty., July 19, 1991
HCR 24 Requesting the lieutenant governor and speaker of the house of representatives to reestablish the Texas Transition Task Force., August 9, 1991
SCR 9 by Ellis supporting Israel, 1991
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2017-023/172 HB 734 Capital Metro, Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 13, 1991
HB 740 Family Violence [Submission by local law enforcement agencies of family violence reports to the Department of Public Safety.], May 1,1991
HB 1888 Cruelty to Animals [penalty], May 23, 1991
HB 1889 Natural Death Act [Determinations necessary before withholding or withdrawing life-sustaining procedures under the Natural Death Act.], May 23, 1991
Emergency Leave (State Employees) HB 1891, April 15, 1991
HB 1893 Public Employee Holiday Bill, May 13, 1991
HB 1910 Austin Employees Retirement, May 2, 1991
HB 2271 Commitment extension [Emergency protective services for certain incompetent elderly or disabled persons.], May 26, 1991
HB 2272 Education Leave, May 6, 1991
HB 2273 Nursing Home Board [eligibility for service], May 25, 1991
HB 909 Sunset [process of setting an expiration date]: Council on Disabilities by Schecter, April 8, 1991
HB 910 Sunset [process of setting an expiration date]: Tx. [Texas] Health and Human Services by Schecter, April 30, 1991
HB 911 Sunset [process of setting an expiration date]: Long Term Care Coordinate Council by Schecter, April 8, 1991
HB 1934 High Speed Rail Director by Delco, May 14, 1991
HB 2703 Student Coops by Maxey, May 1, 1991
HB 2704 Student Sues Fees [increases in student services fees] by Maxey, May 16, 1991
SB Prenatal Vitamins SB 722 [requiring the Department of Human Services to provide vitamins to pregnant women receiving Medicaid assistance.], May 8, 1991
SB 1337 Achievement Awards [authority to purchase awards for volunteers], June 7, 1991
CSHB 1186 [Committee Substitute HB 1186], Missing [per Naishtat's office], 1991
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2017-023/7 HB 2277 Braille Literacy in HB 3382 folder, June 13, 1991
73rd Session and Interim
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2017-023/164 Legislative Agendas 73rd Regular Session, not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], 1993
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2017-023/149 EN [Elliott Naishtat] Resolutions 73rd Session, 1993
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2017-023/164 HB 316 Indoor Air Quality SB 1180, May 8, 1993
HB 771 PMRA [Persons with Mental Retardation Act] Di H, April 29, 1993
HB 855 TAA CHC MM [Disclosure of information by certain applicants for employment in residential dwelling projects; providing criminal penalties.], May 3, 1993
HB 919 Coercion [of a public servant] SG, March 31, 1993
HB 984 MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] Liability [insurance] Di H, June 19, 1993
HB 985 MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation] Omnibus Di H, February 22, 1993
HB 986 Instructional Salaries [at the Texas School for the Deaf.], June 2, 1993
HB 10450 [1045] Psychiatric/ Substance Abuse, not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System] [Relating to the regulation of the provision of services to persons with certain disabilities; providing civil and criminal penalties; making an appropriation.], February 23, 1993
HB 1168 Payday ARA SG [Relating to a prohibition of certain discrimination regarding a wage claim filed with the Texas Employment Commission.], April 7, 1993
HB 1169 Unemployment [compensation benefits] ARA SG, April 7, 1993
HB 1368 Landlord Security [devices for rental dwellings] MM, May 30, 1993
HB 1369 Guardianship [for incapacitated persons] Di H (Moncrief), March 3, 1993
HB 82 HB 51 Stalking MM (Gutierrez), not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], February 18, 1993
HB 93 Seatbelts [requirement for children] MM (Greenberg), not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], May 8, 1993
HB 216 Veterans Hiring MM (Willis), not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], May 26, 1993
HB 1056 Prison Industries [creation of programs and the use of inmates] MM (Delco), not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], June 11, 1993
HB 1213 Cemetary [cemetery] Bill Di H (Gutierrez), not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], June 12, 1993
SB 211 [Illegal remuneration], not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], June 16, 1993
SB 611 [Security devices for certain rental dwellings; providing civil penalties.], not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], May 4, 1993
HJR Metro Government MM (Barrientos), not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], 1993
HB 1568 Landlord Security MM, not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], 1993
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2017-023/149 HB 987 Cremation [instructions for and providing protection from liability] Di H, February 22, 1993
HB 1498 Pro-Bono Prosecutors, Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 8, 1993
HB 1500 Deaf CHC TC [Authority of the Texas School for the Deaf to obtain criminal history record information on certain employees and applicants for employment.], May 4, 1993
HB 1501 In House Counsel [to provide legal services for the Texas School for the Deaf and the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired.] TC, May 4, 1993
HB 1546 Sexual Discovery [of evidence in civil actions for recovery of damages for sexual misconduct] Di H, March 30, 1993
HB 1982 Enforcement [by a municipality of water and air quality standards] (Co.), March 15, 1993
HB 2263 UTSA [University of Texas San Antonio] Tax Exemption Dou H 73rd Session, May 27, 1993
HB 2457 BCCP [Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan] (Co. City) MM, May 11, 1993
1821 HB 2555 License Plates [for special and civic events] (Davis), May 28, 1993
SB 843 Employee Assist. Prgs [Assistance Programs], May 23, 1993
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2017-023/141 HB 1442 Unpaid Leave [for state employees for job-related education or service with a state employee organization.], May 6, 1993
HB 1496 Veterans Parking [Exemption from the payment of parking fees and penalties by vehicles that display certain specially designed license plates.], May 11, 1993
HB 1497 Child Abuse [protection for reporting child abuse or neglect] ARA TC, March 8, 1993
HB 1498 [Prosecutors providing pro bono legal services to the indigent.], June 8, 1993
HB 1499 Pro-Bono Attorneys SG [Pro bono legal services to low-income Texans by some attorney employees of the State of Texas.], May 18, 1993
HB 1547 Housing Boards [appointment and election of commissioners] Di H, June 19, 1993
HB 1785 [Texas Board of Mental Health and Mental Retardation.], May 14, 1993
HB 1786 Payroll Deduction, May 14, 1993
HB 1981 Caseload Caps [for employees of the Texas Department of Human Services or the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.] TC, May 4, 1993
HB 1984 Sexual Assault [certification of persons as advocates for victims of sexual assault] Di H, March 30, 1993
HB 1986 [Employment of persons with criminal histories in certain facilities serving the elderly or persons with disabilities; providing a criminal penalty.], April 20, 1993
HB 2264 Aging Omsbundmoun [Ombudsman], May 27, 1993
HB 2457/SB 880 Balcones Canyonlands [authority to implement a habitat plan to protect endangered species], May 25, 1993
Housing Trust [dedicating interest earned on trust accounts of title insurance companies to the state housing trust fund] Di H (Hirschi) HB 1979, March 31, 1993
HB 2458 DPRS [Department of Protective and Regulatory Services] Records [authority to obtain certain records], June 12, 1993
Bill Packet
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2017-023/146 HB 2458 [Authority of the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services or another state agency to obtain certain records or documents.], June 12, 1993
HB 2685 [Guardianships of the person or estate of incapacitated persons.], June 19, 1993
HB 2687 [Interpreters for deaf and hearing impaired students in public schools.], April 21, 1993
HB 2745 [Provision of in-patient and out-patient mental health services.], March 18, 1993
HB 2799 Greenberg/Naishtat (not listed on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System]) [Public retirement systems for municipal employees], May 17, 1993
SB 236 [Guardianships for incapacitated persons; providing a penalty.], June 19, 1993
SB 511 [Student loan program administered by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.], June 11, 1993
SB 1142 [Surrogate decision making for clients of an intermediate care facility serving persons with mental retardation or related conditions.], June 8, 1993
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2017-023/162 HB 1443 Egg Donation [familial relationships in cases of egg or embryo donation.] SG (Ellis), March 8, 1993
HB 1502 Safety Seats [distribution by Texas Dept. of Health], May 27, 1993
HB 1503 TYC [Texas Youth Commission] Reimbursement, May 27, 1993
HB 1671 Alzheimer Board Di H (Montford ), March 10, 1993
HB 1983 Child Labor Law, May 12, 1993
HB 1985 Blind Property lease (TC) [Authority of the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired to lease real property to Recording for the Blind Inc.], May 4, 1993
Personal Reps Di H HB 1987, June 19, 1993
HB 1988 Traffic Safety [authority of a commissioners court to delegate authority to make, traffic safety decisions in certain counties] (Co.) MM, April 14, 1993
HB 1989 Magistrates [in Travis County], March 15, 1993
HB 2666 Ethics PN (Maxey) [Technical and substantive amendments to the laws relating to ethics of public servants], March 31, 1993
HB 2686 GSLC [Good Shepherd Lutheran College] Filing Fees [to collect delinquent student loans] (Barrientos), March 18, 1993
SB 670 Travis County Road Safety, May 4, 1993
SB 1363 Braille Cleanup [provision of educational materials in the public schools to blind or visually handicapped students], June 16, 1993
SB 1426 [Regulation of social workers and to the creation of a new state board to replace the Council for Social Work Certification.], June 15, 1993
HB 1193 Combs Whistleblower [appropriations for payment of certain claims against state agencies], June 19, 1993
HB 2717 by Heflin amount of debt that a municipality, etc. can incur, May 3, 1993
Bobcats [HB 716 relating to bounties for predatory animals.], May 4, 1993
Reckless Injury [SB 1067 sentencing policy and punishments to offenses and punishments involving prohibited or dangerous substances, to the effect of certain convictions and acquittals, and to the civil consequences of certain offenses involving intoxication.], June 19, 1993
TEA[Texas Education Agency]/Proprietary Schools [SB 1235 Amending Chapter 53, Texas Education Code, to provide for creation, operation, powers, and facilities of education authorities.], March 16, 1993
BCCP [Balcones Canyonlands Conservation Plan], 1993
Names, Allegation of Anti-Hazing Statute, 1993
Rent Control, 1993
Consent Bill, 1993
Bar Exam Affidavit, 1993
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2017-023/167 HB 1981 Caseload Standards, May 4, 1993
74th Session and Interim
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2017-023/100 HB 83 (74R) Bill Packet: Relating to the establishment of credit in the Employees Retirement System of Texas for certain military service., April 10, 1995
HB 894 Caseload Standards, April 20, 1995
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2017-023/167 Notes
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Extra Copies Of the Bill
HB 1426 [Court-ordered mental health services.], April 4, 1995
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2017-023/167 Medication Hearings
The Bill
Background Info.
Committee Copies (28)
74R1375 more info on caseloads
HB 1427 [Supported employment of persons with a disability.], February 21, 1995
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2017-023/167 Committee Copies (28)
Notes
Background Info.
Extra Copies of the Bill
HB1428 Streamlining Eligibility Determination Mdcd [Medicaid], February 21, 1995
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2017-023/167 Notes
Background Info.
The Bill
Extra Copies of the Bill
Committee Copies (28)
HB1429 Caseload Estimates, February 21, 1995
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2017-023/167 Notes
Background Info
The Bill
Extra Copies of the Bill
Committee Copies of the Bill
HB 1430 Natural Death Act Reform, April 4, 1995
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2017-023/167 Notes
Background Info
The Bill
Extra Copies
74HB1659 MHMR Brd. [Mental Health and Mental Retardation Board] Client Representation, Missing [per Naishtat's office], May 23, 1995
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2017-023/132 HB 598 (74R) Relating to the creation of 2 judical districts in Travis County
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2017-023/173 MR [Mental Retardation] Death Penalty 573, May 3, 1995
573 MR Extention [Mental Retardation Extension]
74R3107 (HB 598 [Creating judicial districts in Travis County.]), April 10, 1995
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2017-023/173 The Bill
Background Info. Chairman Allen Hightower
74HB 1111 Human Resources Code Revision [provision of protective services to persons who are elderly or disabled], June 5, 1995
74HB1195 Guardianship Qualification, June 14, 1995
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2017-023/173 The Bill
Background Empty [per Naishtat's office]
Extra Copies
Extra Copies of HB96 1196 [Provision of benefits designed to move AFDC recipients to independence and self-sufficiency.], February 14, 1995
74HB1274 Voter Child Support [information that may be obtained by a domestic relations office from state voter registration records.], June 16, 1995
74th HB 596 [University and college student organizations state sales tax exemptions.] EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a co-author, May 19, 1995
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2017-023/173 Background
Correspondence
Public Information
HB 596 Sales Tax Exempt
HB 230/SB 59 [Removal of restrictions on doing business in South Africa.] by Giddings, March 13, 1995
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2017-023/173 Background
Correspondence
Crime Victim Bills
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2017-023/173 74R1686, 1995
73R10763, 1993
Housing Discrimination
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2017-023/173 74R4616(1), Empty [per Naishtat's office], 1995
74R3236, 1995
74R4616, Empty [per Naishtat's office], 1995
Juvenile Justice Agendas, 1995
Constitutional Amend[ment], November 1995
Public Files, 1995
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2017-023/143 74HB2028 Probate Master Attys [Attorneys], May 16, 1995
2029 Guardianship Clean-Up, June 17, 1995
2218 DW Child Support Work Group, March 9, 1995
HB 2411 [Funding mailing of sample ballots to registered voters.], May 3, 1995
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2017-023/143 Sample Ballot
Correspondence
Public File
2662 "Christian" Name [The form of a person's name in an indictment.], June 16, 1995
2663 DW DPS [Department of Public Safety] Shooting Stats, March 14, 1995
2702 ALS Mental Health Commitment Stds [Standards], May 2, 1995
Senate Packet for HB 2702
2805 Housing Boards [appointment of a tenant member], June 16, 1995
HB 2703 to HB 3125
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2017-023/169 HB 2703 [Eligibility of the Texas Department on Aging to participate in certain block grant programs.], May 11, 1995
HB 2704 [Criminal history checks of employees and applicants for employment in certain facilities serving the elderly or persons with disabilities.], June 16, 1995
HB 2705 [Creation of the Office of Public Guardian.], April 19, 1995
HB 2706 [Powers and duties of the Health and Human Services Commission concerning an integrated eligibility determination and service delivery system for health and human services.], March 14, 1995
HB 2707 [Certification and licensing of certain court-appointed interpreters; providing a penalty.], March 14, 1995
HB 2708 [Tuition for students enrolled in a pharmacy degree program.], March 14, 1995
HB 2709 [Attorney employees of the state providing pro bono legal services.], May 18, 1995
HB 2803 [Prohibiting improper utility disconnections in residential tenancies], Juen 16, 1995
HB 2804 [Waivers and exemptions from certain regulations in the field of health and human services], Missing [per Naishtat's office], March 15, 1995
HB 2806 [Safety of public school students riding on transportation company or system buses.], April 4, 1995
HB 2807 [Requiring the Board of Pardons and Paroles to conduct formal parole hearings.], March 15, 1995
HB 2821 Student regent [on governing boards of university systems], joint author, March 15, 1995
HB 2849 [Reinstatement of certain service credit in the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.], March 15, 1995
HB 2850 reg. [regulation] of indoor air quality, Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 15, 1995
HB 2851 [Faculty members for purposes of the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.], March 15, 1995
HB 2852 [Residential lease late fees], March 15, 1995
HB 2853 [Security devices in colleges or university housing], April 24, 1995
HB 2854 [Coercion of a public servant], March 15, 1995
HB 3119 by Hunter [Higher education fee exemptions for veterans], June 16, 1995
HB 3124 [Recovery of reasonable attorney's fees by the state in proceedings under Chapter 21, Labor Code.], May 11, 1995
HB 3125 [Elections of Employees Retirement System board members], May 11, 1995
Missing [per Naishtat's office] Bills, 1995
HB 3321 - SB 1335 and all resolutions
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2017-023/142 HB 3126 [Parking fees and penalties for vehicles operated by or for permanently disabled persons.], March 16, 1995
HB 3127 [Lawful transfer or purchase of a handgun; requiring a handgun proficiency safety training course], May 2, 1995
HB 3205 [Clerk of the Municipal Court of Austin filing requirements], May 1, 1995
HB 3221 [Culberson County Underground Water Conservation District] (Missing [per Naishtat's office]), May 28, 1995
SCR 38 by Moncrief [Memorializing the Congress of the United States to enact legislation to amend the food stamp program by adding a special provision to allow food stamp workers to reissue food stamp benefits to family members fleeing from domestic violence.], June 16, 1995
SB 49 [Unauthorized placement of a child for adoption], June 8, 1995
SB 114 by Rosson [Exempting certain veterans of the armed forces, the surviving children of certain members of the armed forces, and other persons with military-related service from tuition, fees, and charges at public institutions of higher education.], May 23, 1995
SB 161 [Adoption services.], June 8, 1995
SB 169 [Interstate placement of and assistance to children], June 16, 1995
SB 194 [Operation and expansion of the Communities in Schools program.], May 23, 1995
SB 291 [Voluntary adoption registries.], June 16, 1995
SB 528 Indian Burial, co-sponsor w/ Hunter, May 23, 1995
SB 631 [Duties and assets of housing finance corporations.], May 24, 1995
SB 646 [Appointment or employment of veterans and certain relatives of veterans by public entities.], June 16, 1995
SB 913 [Retaliation against a resident of a nursing home or related institution for reports of abuse or neglect.], June 16, 1995
SB 954 [Municipal airports noise abatement], May 21, 1995
SB 993 [City of Austin using property designated for a public purpose.], June 14, 1995
SB 1069 [Multiracial classification on forms] TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System] doesn't list a House sponsor, May 18, 1995
SB 1115 [General Services Commission authority to purchase property on behalf of the state.] TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System] doesn't list a House sponsor, May 16, 1995
SB 1334 [Relationship between landlords and tenants and the regulation of residential rental locators], June 16, 1995
SB 1335 [Waiver of, moratorium on, or alternate use of municipal impact fees.], May 23, 1995
SB 1605 [Security devices for certain rental dwellings], May 22, 1995
SB 1691 [Conveyance of property by the Austin Independent School District to the Austin Community College District.], June 12, 1995
Resolutions, 1995
DNR [Do-Not-Resuscitate] order info, 1995
74r1408 Juror pay donation, not filed, 1995
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2017-023/143 HB 2745 [User safety at unmanned teller machines], can't find on TLIS [Texas Legislative Information System], June 14, 1995
74r817, Missing [per Naishtat's office], 1995
74r898 not filed, 1995
74R5208 (drafting #) not filed, 1995
74R10188, 1995
S.A.A., 1995
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2017-023/167 SB 572 Moncrief [court-ordered mental health services], June 16, 1995
74R 7000 not filed, 1995
74R7041, 1995
75th Session and Interim
Bill Packets
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2017-023/100 SB 97 Relating to the prosecution, punishment, and sentencing of a defendant charged with the offense of stalking. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a co-sponsor, January 28, 1997
HR 339 Granting permission for the South Central Texas District of Optimist International to use the house chamber on April 16, 1997., April 11, 1997
HB 413/SB211 Relating to the establishment and operation of the Texas child care fund., June 20, 1997
HCR 151 Directing TDHS [Texas Department of Health Services] to take steps to expand community options for long-term care., June 20, 1997
HB 165 Relating to creating the offenses of the unlawful transfer to or purchase of a handgun by a person who has not taken a handgun proficiency and safety course. Correspondence and Background info only., April 21, 1997
HB 873/SB 823 Relating to municipal payroll deductions., June 20, 1997
HB 874 Relating to credit in the Employees Retirement System of Texas for military service., April 15, 1997
HB 875 Relating to certain attorney employees of the state providing pro bono legal services., February 5, 1997
HB 876 Relating to the application process for state loan and loan guaranty programs., February 13, 1997
HB 877 Relating to notifying a victim of a criminal offense of the escape or release of the defendant convicted of the offense committed against the victim., May 13, 1997
SB 991 Relating to permitting certain disabled persons to apply for and receive a state parklands passport. Correspondence only, May 28, 1997
HB 878 Relating to warranties for certain devices or equipment used in assisting a person with disabilities to perform daily functions or activities., May 13, 1997
HB 879 Relating to a professional liability insurance premium discount for attorneys who provide pro bono legal services., February 6, 1997
HB 905 membership of a local workforce development board EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a co-author, May 8, 1997
HB 1038 Relating to the creation of two judicial districts in Travis County., February 19, 1997
HB 1039 Relating to court-ordered mental health services., June 17, 1997
HB 1263 Relating to the creation of the Guardianship Advisory Board and the establishment of local guardianship centers., February 17, 1997
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2017-023/109 HB 1091 [Parent-child relationship] support letters., June 2, 1997
HB 2525 75(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to the rights and responsibilities of persons with disabilities., June 11, 1997
Bill Packets
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2017-023/51 HB 1308 - SB 443, 1997
KMFA [Austin radio station] bill not filed, 1997
Bill Packets
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2017-023/55 HB 2 [Prosecution, punishment, and sentencing of a defendant charged with the offense of stalking], January 28, 1997
HB 3 [Establishing the Texas Healthy Kids Corporation] Background, June 2, 1997
HB 1942 [Creating the home and community personal attendant services program.] (3 folders), March 4, 1997
HB 1943 [Authorized deductions from compensation of county employees], March 4, 1997
HB 1944 [Reimbursement of service providers by area agencies on aging.], March 4, 1997
[HB 1945 Caseload standards], May 12, 1997
HB 1986 [Surrogate parents for certain public school students], March 5, 1997
HB 1990 [Advocates for survivors of sexual assault], June 17, 1997
HB 2076 [Inspection and rating of child-care facilities, 5 folders], March 6, 1997
[HB 2077 Local-option bargaining by public school districts], March 6, 1997
Background
HB 2078 [Disposition of a person's remains], June 18, 1997
HB 2079 [School district child-care facilities for employees], March 6, 1997
[Loose document: Art. 21.52J. Information Provided to Enrollees in Managed Care Plans] [HB 2163], March 10, 1997
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Background
Correspondence and Notes
HB 2189 [Payment of claims and accounts submitted by guardians or personal representatives of estates.], June 20, 1997
HB 2290 [Execution of writs in an action to determine possession of leased premises.], May 6, 1997
HB 2291 [Landlord's duty to mitigate damages], March 10, 1997
HB 3136/SB 239 [Judicial review of decisions about public assistance benefits administered by the Texas Department of Human Services.], May 22, 1997
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2017-023/55 Background
Correspondence
75R3381 Rep. Naishtat
75R5613 Rep. Naishtat
75R6976 Rep. Maxey
Bill Packets
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2017-023/50 HB 2292 Relating to a statewide building and fire code., March 10, 1997
HB 2358 by Pete Patterson Relating to the management of certain funds by the Veterans Land Board, to the creation of veterans assistance centers, and to the Veterans Land Board's entering into bond enhancement agreements for certain bonds. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a joint author., April 21, 1997
HB 2482 by Smithee Relating to the establishment of an accreditation program for child-care facilities and child­ placing agencies as an alternative to state licensure; providing a criminal penalty. EN [Elliott Naishtat] added 2 floor amendments., June 12, 1997
HB 2525 Relating to personal business days for school district employees., June 11, 1997
HB 2542/SB 1253 by Ellis Relating to protective orders for family violence., June 20, 1997
SB 1262 Relating to the provision of employment and training for certain persons on public assistance., June 18, 1997
HB 2618 Relating to disciplinary proceedings and investigation of a complaint against a social worker., June 11, 1997
HB 2619 Relating to the creation of the Advisory Board of Information Technology for the Blind and the accessibility of information technology by the blind. companion, April 29, 1997
SB 1059 was amended onto SB 1752, May 21, 1997
SB 1752 by Armbrister Relating to the purchase of goods and services by the state and to purchasing services provided by the state to local governments., April 15, 1997
HB 2620 Relating to the establishment and funding of a blindness education, screening, and treatment program. HB 2702 (74R) Relating to court-ordered inpatient and outpatient mental health services., April 21, 1997
HB 2777 by Junell Relating to eligibility determination and service delivery of health and human services. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a joint author and sat on conference committee., June 19, 1997
HB 2802 Relating to prohibiting a landlord from discriminating against a person based on the person's source of income., April 2, 1997
HB 2915 by Greenberg Relating to retirement benefits for certain state employees whose state jobs are lost as a result of contracts to provide services previously provided by the state and to benefits under the contracts. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a joint author., June 20, 1997
HB 3069 by Wohlgemuth Relating to selective contracting for the provision of certain services under the state Medicaid program. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a joint author, April 7, 1997
HB 3129 Relating to public access to information of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission; providing a penalty., March 17, 1997
HB 3130 Relating to a report by the Texas Workforce Commission regarding implementation of the integration of certain state services regarding workforce development., March 17, 1997
HB 3131 Relating to certain support services provided to a person with a disability to assist the person in the workplace., March 17, 1997
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2017-023/69 HB 3132 Relating to payment under contracts with the Texas Rehabilitation Commission for vocational rehabilitation services., March 17, 1997
HB 3133 Relating to legislative oversight of an integrated delivery system for health and human services., March 17, 1997
HB 3134 Relating to contributions to retirement systems for firefighters in certain municipalities., May 21, 1997
HB 3135 Relating to the application for mental retardation services by a guardian and to eligibility for guardianship., June 17, 1997
HB 3424 Relating to enforcement of child support., March 18, 1997
SB 810/HB 3425 Relating to the protection of certain unmarked burials and associated human remains or funerary objects and to the creation of certain offenses concerning unmarked burials; providing criminal penalties., April 29, 1997
HB 3426 Relating to requiring the Texas Workforce Commission, local workforce development boards and centers, and certain employers to provide tax assistance to certain working individuals and families., March 18, 1997
HB 3427 Relating to eligibility determination and service delivery of health and human services., March 18, 1997
HB 3429 Relating to protective orders for family violence., April 30, 1997
HB 3430 Relating to guidelines for peer mediation programs in public schools., March 18, 1997
HB 3431 Relating to assistance for certain legal immigrants., March 31, 1997
HB 3432 Relating to claims against the estate of a ward., May 9, 1997
HB 3528 Relating to the education and work activities of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families recipients who are teen parents under the age of 21 or who have only school-aged children., March 31, 1997
HB 3529 Relating to the regulation of health maintenance organizations., March 18, 1997
HB 3569 by Madden Relating to bank accounts in the name of candidates for public office. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a joint author., June 20, 1997
SB 29 by Zaffirini Relating to the implementation of the child support enforcement provisions of Title III of the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996; providing penalties. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a co-sponsor., June 18, 1997
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2017-023/63 SB 61 by Zaffirini Relating to the penalty for failure to report abuse of persons who are elderly or disabled. Relating to the penalty for failure to report abuse of persons who are elderly or disabled. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is a co-sponsor., June 20, 1997
SB 85 by Moncrief Relating to surrogate decision making. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., May 30, 1997
SB 116 by Zaffirini Relating to investigations of and the offense of failure to report alleged abuse, neglect, or exploitation of individuals in certain facilities. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., May 28, 1997
SB 118 by Zaffirini Relating to placement of certain children in certain long-term care institutions. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., June 18, 1997
SB 417 by Ellis Relating to a report by the Texas Workforce Commission regarding implementation of the integration of certain state services regarding workforce development. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., May 27, 1997
SB 542 by Barrientos Relating to the prosecution of the offense of sexual assault. Naishtat is sponsor., June 19, 1997
SB 487 by Zaffirini Relating to payment under contracts with the Texas Rehabilitation Commission for vocational rehabilitation services. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., June 18, 1997
SB 586 by Moncrief Relating to the creation of the Guardianship Advisory Board. EN is sponsor., June 19, 1997
SB 618 by Moncrief Relating to the regulation of certain residential facilities; providing civil penalties. EN is sponsor., May 27, 1997
SB 991 by Ellis Relating to permitting certain disabled persons to apply for and receive a state parklands passport. EN is sponsor, May 28, 1997
SB 1534 by Barrientos Relating to additional court filing fees to provide basic civil legal services to the indigent. EN is a co-sponsor., June 17, 1997
SB 1756 by Fraser Relating to an exemption from regulation under the Private Investigators and Private Security Agencies Act for certain nonprofit medical alert service providers, persons obtaining public records, and persons obtaining certain documents for use in litigation. EN is sponsor., May 31, 1997
SB 1810 by Barrientos Relating to the creation, operation, and funding of the Texas Youthworks Program, June 20, 1997
SB 1935 by Barrientos Relating to certain municipal hotel occupancy taxes., May 15, 1997
SB 190 75(R) Packet, June 20, 1997
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2017-023/112 by Sen. Zaffirini relating to the regulation of nursing homes and similar facilities; providing penalties. Conference Committee
Conference Committee, May 1997
Amendment drafts:
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House Floor Amendments
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Conference Committee materials
Conference Committee Report
Committees
Human Services
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2017-023/103 Nursing Homes, 1997
HB 413, materials, 1997
SB 190, materials, 1997
Nursing Home Survey Documents Materials, 1997
TTY [Text Telephone] Materials, 1997
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2017-023/107 Long-term Care Legislative Oversight Committee Interim Report, 1998
76th Session and Interim
Draft requests
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2017-023/132 HCR 220 by Glen Lewis, June 19, 1999
HB 150/SB 39 by Lucio Relating to jury instructions and charges in capital cases. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., May 7, 1999
HB 151 Relating to the punishment for a capital offense., March 2, 1999
HB 154 Relating to the representation of the state by the attorney general in certain cases involving nursing facilities., March 9, 1999
HB 155 Relating to the punishment for certain assaultive offenses involving domestic violence., February 2, 1999
HB 221 Relating to the appointment of members to the Board of Law Examiners., May 18, 1999
HB 222 Relating to the murder of a juvenile probation officer, community supervision and corrections department officer, or parole officer as a capital offense., February 2, 1999
HB 223 Relating to the renewal of certain initial probationary licenses granted for a nursing or convalescent home or related institution., February 9, 1999
HB 224 Relating to the creation and operation of a certification program for certain nurse aides; providing a penalty., February 2, 1999
HB 225 Relating to reports of certain conduct or conditions in nursing homes and related institutions., March 9, 1999
HB 242 Relating to the creation of the offense of discharging a firearm at a sport shooting range while intoxicated., February 2, 1999
HB 330 Relating to orders for extended mental heaIth services., May 28, 1999
HB 397 Relating to the procedure applicable to a decision to commute a sentence of death., March 2, 1999
HB 398 Relating to considerations applicable to a decision to commute a sentence of death., March 2, 1999
HB 602 Relating to the creation of two judicial districts in Travis County., April 12, 1999
HB 714 Relating to the establishment of a newborn hearing screening, tracking, and intervention. program., June 19, 1999
HB 773 Relating to the punishment for the offense of disorderly conduct involving the act of looking into the dwelling or guest room of another., February 8, 1999
HB 819 Relating to an objection to the mediation of certain proceedings on the basis of family violence., June 19, 1999
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2017-023/134 HB 820 Relating to certain children's eligibility for medical assistance., June 18, 1999
HB 919 Relating to an attorney who represents a ward, proposed ward, guardian, or other interested person in certain guardianship proceedings., June 19, 1999
HB 920 Relating to the establishment of credit in the Employees Retirement System of Texas for military service., March 17, 1999
HB 984 Relating to funding for the Blindness Education, Screening, and Treatment Program., February 10, 1999
HB 1149 Relating to the ability of tenant representatives to serve a certain number of consecutive terms as commissioners of local housing authorities., May 21, 1999
HB 1205 Relating to the right of certain victims of crime to the presence of a victim assistance coordinator or crime victim advocate during certain proceedings., February 11, 1999
HB 1207 Relating to benefits and administration of retirement systems for firefighters in certain municipalities., May 21, 1999
HB 1234 Relating to the eligibility for release on community supervision or parole for a defendant convicted of aggravated assault, February 11, 1999
HB 1236 Relating to credit in the Texas County and District Retirement System for military service., May 10, 1999
HB 1237 Relating to suits for retaliation against volunteers and employees of nursing homes., May 29, 1999
HB 1302 Relating to the attorney general's authority to bring a suit against intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded., April 28, 1999
HB 1377/SB 261 by Moncrief Relating to facilities and functions of facilities under the jurisdiction of the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., February 16, 1999
HB 1378 Relating to a study and report on the development of an information system relating to the use of certain pesticides that may affect sources of drinking water., April 7, 1999
HB 1411 Relating to the conservatorship of and access to certain children by parents having a history of family violence., June 19, 1999
HB 1412/SB 50 by Nelson Relating to the application for, issuance of, and contents of a protective order. no bill packet copies of bill EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor, February 19, 1999
HB 1557 Relating to the punishment for the offense of terroristic threat., April 6, 1999
HB 1584 Relating to a referral to Project RIO by a local workforce development board., February 22, 1999
HB 1585 Relating to coordination of services for adults with multiple disabilities., March 2, 1999
HB 1586 Relating to the coverage by long-term care insurance policies of the parents of an insured or the parents of the spouse of an insured., June 19, 1999
HB 1636/5B568 by Cain Relating to municipal payroll deductions. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor, April 21, 1999
HB 1648 [Relating to management of real property and construction and management of certain improvements by the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation.], April 26, 1999
HB 1660 HB 2170
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2017-023/137 [HB 1660 Relating to closing the administration of a decedent's estate. Ellis is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 18, 1999
[HB 1661 Relating to the final accounting of a decedent's or ward's estate. Ellis is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 1662 Relating to investments of the estates of wards. Ellis is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 18, 1999
[HB 1663 Relating to the creation, modification, or closing of a guardianship of an incapacitated person. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 1664 Relating to the execution of certain writs in an action to determine possession of certain leased premises. Referred to Jurisprudence.], May 14, 1999
[HB 1835 Relating to restrictions on payment of certain loans with political contributions. Considered in Calendars.], May 10, 1999
[HB 1882 Relating to requiring the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to approve formula funding for certain doctoral students. Haywood is a sponsor. Left pending in committee.], May 12, 1999
[HB 1883 Relating to local-option bargaining by boards of trustees of public school districts. Left pending in committee.], April 22, 1999
[HB 2162 Relating to the process for preparing a development plan before certain state-owned real property is offered for sale or lease. Barrientos is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 18, 1999
[HB 2164 Relating to the appointment of a guardian for certain incapacitated minors. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 2165 Relating to guardianships for incapacitated persons. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 2166 Relating to the appointment of successor guardians for wards of guardianship programs or governmental entities serving as guardians. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 2167 by Naishtat, Keel Relating to the right of junior college district employees to voluntarily designate a portion of their earned income to certain organizations. Considered in Calendars.], April 23, 1999
[HB 2168 Relating to the appointment of a registered agent to accept service of process in this state on behalf of a business entity. Referred to Jurisprudence.], May 14, 1999
[HB 2169 Relating to construction and operation of outdoor shooting ranges; providing penalties. Left pending in committee.], April 13, 1999
[HB 2170 Relating to investigations and protective services for elderly and disabled persons. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
HB 2161 [Relating to standards and other requirements for long-term care insurance coverage.] no bill packet, copies of bill only, March 8, 1999
HB 2291 HB 3340
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2017-023/174 [HB 2291 Relating to the regulation of social workers and social work associates; providing an administrative penalty. H Considered in Calendars.], April 23, 1999
[HB 2795 Relating to notice and hearing for the appointment of a guardian for incapacitated persons. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 2909 by Naishtat, Junell Relating to the nursing and convalescent home trust fund. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective in 90 days 8/30/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 2910 Relating to contracts for special features of the telecommunications relay access service. Barrientos is a sponsor. Testimony taken in committee.], May 14, 1999
[HB 2911 Relating to venue in certain actions regarding intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded. Laid on the table subject to call.], May 6, 1999
[HB 3138 Relating to the Authority of a governing board of a public institution of higher education to reduce tuition or prorate fees charged to a student at that institution. Bivins is a sponsor. Effective with Fall Semester 1999.], June 18, 1999
[HB 3139 Relating to the county in which a petition for expunction of certain criminal records and files may be filed. Withdrawn from schedule.], May 4, 1999
[HB 3140 Relating to participation in certain decisions by state officers; providing a criminal penalty. Referred to State Affairs.], March 15, 1999
[HB 3141 Relating to maintenance awarded to a spouse in a suit for dissolution of a marriage. Left pending in committee.], April 19, 1999
[HB 3142 Relating to exempting certain courses of instruction or review from proprietary school certification. Referred to Education.], May 14, 1999
[HB 3337 Relating to guardianships for missing persons. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], May 29, 1999
[HB 3338 Relating to a waiver of the bond requirement for certain guardians of children. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 3339 Relating to a program of the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs to promote for-profit construction of affordable homes for low income homebuyers. Withdrawn from schedule.], May 5, 1999
[HB 3340 Relating to a rental housing pilot program to expand long-term care housing options for elderly residents of this state with low, very low, or extremely low income. Lucio is a sponsor. Effective in 90 days 8/30/99.], June 19, 1999
HB 2357/SB 1141 by Zaffirini, Relating to surrogate parents for certain public education students with disabilities. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., April 26, 1999
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2017-023/127 HB 2418 76(R) by Rep. Naishtat Ombudsman Bill relating to the creation of an independent consumer assistance ombudsman program for health insurance., April 27, 1999
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2017-023/174 HB 2418 amended to HB 3021 by Smithee Relating to a health maintenance organization's complaint and appeals procedures., June 19, 1999
HB 3341-HB 3640
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2017-023/97 [HB 3341 Relating to housing, rehabilitation, and support needs of individuals with mental illnesses who reside in certain personal care facilities. Considered in Calendars.], May 10, 1999
[HB 3342 Relating to the eligibility of certain persons to hold a driver's license. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 3343 Relating to receiverships for certain missing persons. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 3625 Relating to requiring certain convalescent and nursing homes to execute a surety bond. Left pending in committee.], March 23, 1999
[HB 3626 Relating to the collection of a filing fee by certain statutory probate courts and to the annual salary supplement paid by the state to certain statutory probate court judges. Left pending in committee.], May 3, 1999
[HB 3627 Relating to monitoring the financial condition of certain nursing facilities licensed by the Texas Department of Human Services. Left pending in committee.], March 23, 1999
[HB 3628 Relating to consequences of appointment of trustee or expenditure of emergency assistance funds for a nursing or convalescent home. Left pending in committee.], March 23, 1999
[HB 3630 Relating to guardianships for incapacitated persons. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[HB 3631 Relating to financial assistance and related services for TANF clients who are victims of family violence. Left pending in committee.], April 13, 1999
[HB 3632 Relating to trustees of certain trusts. Referred to Jurisprudence.], May 10, 1999
[HB 3633 Relating to confidentiality of information regarding a victim of sexual assault or family violence. Scheduled for formal meeting.], April 22, 1999
[HB 3634 Relating to the imposition of an aquatics center fee at The University of Texas at Austin. Considered in Local and Consent Calendars.], April 19, 1999
[HB 3635 Relating to the Probate Court No. 1 of Travis County. Wentworth is a sponsor. Vetoed by the Governor.], June 20, 1999
[HB 3636 Relating to providing dental services to certain recipients of medical assistance. Considered in Calendars.], May 10, 1999
[HB 3638 Relating to judicial review of certain decisions about public assistance benefits. Considered in Calendars.], April 27, 1999
HB 3629 Relating to minimum salaries for interpreters employed in public schools to provide interpreting services to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. No bill packet., April 22, 1999
HB 3637 Relating to the disclosure of certain information regarding applicants and recipients of public assistance. No bill packet, copies of bill only., March 18, 1999
HB 3639 Relating to eligibility for and the provision of services and programs for needy people and to the duty of parents to support their children to prevent reliance on programs for needy people; providing penalties. No bill packet, copies of bill only., May 10, 1999
HB 3640 Relating to expanding the specialized telecommunications devices assistance program. No bill packet, copies of bill only., April 26, 1999
SB's 23, 50, 200, 207, 209, 396, 459, 666, 804, 1292, 1293, 1766
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2017-023/97 [SB 23 Relating to the duration of certain emergency protection orders issued by magistrates. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 18, 1999
[SB 39 by Lucio Relating to jury instructions and charges in capital cases. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], May 21, 1999
[SB 50 by Nelson Relating to the application for, issuance of, and contents of a protective order. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[SB 200 by Moncrief Relating to imposition of administrative penalties against personal care facilities. Naishtat is a sponsor. Placed on General State Calendar.], May 21, 1999
[SB 209 by Moncrief Relating to surrogate decision-making regarding treatment of certain individuals with mental retardation or related conditions. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 18, 1999
[SB 396 by Moncrief Relating to Authorizing the conveyance of certain state property located in Howard and Tarrant counties. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 18, 1999
[SB 804 by Ellis Relating to developing a standard format for protective orders. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 19, 1999
[SB 1292 by Zaffirini Relating to monitoring the financial condition of certain nursing facilities licensed by the Texas Department of Human Services; providing penalties. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/99.], June 18, 1999
[SB 1293 by Zaffirini Relating to permits to administer medication to residents of nursing and convalescent homes and certain related institutions. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 18, 1999
[SB 1766 by Barrientos Relating to the commissioning of peace officers at the Texas School for the Deaf. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective in 90 days 8/30/99.], June 19, 1999
SB 207 by Moncrief/HB 819 Relating to protecting against family violence in family law cases and in certain other cases involving alternative dispute resolution procedures. No bill packet, copies of bill only., May 24, 1999
SB 459 by Moncrief/HB 1648 Relating to the conveyance of certain state-owned real property by the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation., May 3, 1999
SB 666 by Zaffirini/HB 2002 by Glen Lewis and Naishtat Relating to exemptions from work or employment activity participation requirements for certain Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients., June 19, 1999
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2017-023/99 HCR 61 Designating February 9, 1999, as Texas Hospice Day. Barrientos is a sponsor. Signed by the Governor, April 8, 1999
HR 49 Designating Ricky Williams as an honorary Texan., January 28, 1999
HR 224 Recognizing Texas Hearing and Service Dogs, Inc., February 19, 1999
HR 232 Granting permission for the South Central Texas District of Optimist International to use the house chamber on March 3, 1999., February 25, 1999
HR 346 Recognizing March 9, 1999, as Parent Association for the Retarded of Texas Day at the State Capitol., March 10, 1999
HR 459 Recognizing March 14-20, 1999, as Long Term Care Administrators Week in Texas., March 18, 1999
HR 601 Honoring the Texas Council for the Humanities for over 25 years of service to the citizens of the Lone Star State., April 8, 1999
HR 602 Recognizing April 30, 1999, as El Dia de Los Ninos: Celebrating Young Americans Day in Texas., May 2, 1999
HR 603 Recognizing the Students Against Destructive Decisions organization at Anderson High School for endeavoring to reduce underage drinking., May 5, 1999
HR 645 Recognizing May 9-15, 1999, as Nursing Home Week in Texas., May 11, 2009
HR 646 Honoring the Austin Film Festival, April 21, 1999
HR 739 Recognizing October 2, 1999, as HealthExpo Day in Texas., May 10, 1999
HR 784 Recognizing May 1999 as Texas Community Action Month., May 4, 1999
HR 785 Congratulating Rabbi Kerry Baker on his installation as rabbi at Congregation Kol Halev., May 10, 1999
HR 991 Congratulating the winners and participants of the Texas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging's Ninth Annual Art Exhibition., May 22, 1999
HR 1029 Congratulating Kate Paddock on her outstanding writing achievements at the UIL Class 4A state competition., May 26, 1999
HR 1030 Recognizing the Capital Area Mental Health Center., May 28, 1999
HR 1031 Congratulating Janet Elbom on her receipt of the 1999 Max R. Haddick Teacher of the Year Award., May 26, 1999
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2017-023/109 HB 13 76(R) Adult Adoptees Rights by Rep. Goolsby relating to birth records of adopted children., March 1, 1999
Adoption materials
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2017-023/127 SB 1095 76(R) by Sen. Zaffirini relating to nutritional assistance for certain legal immigrants., May 2, 1999
Committees
Human Services
Briefing Packets
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2017-023/120 HB 3640 (76R) Relating to expanding the specialized telecommunications devices assistance program.
The Older Americans Act, 2000
Long Term care Legislative Oversight Committee
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2017-023/120 Briefing Packet, 2000
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2017-023/107 Interim Report, 2000
77th Session and Interim
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2017-023/98 HB 474 Relating to eligibility recertification requirements for certain recipients of food stamps. Left pending in committee, February 19, 2001
HB 475 Relating to eligibility requirements for certain persons under the food stamp program. Laid on the table subject to call, April 23, 2001
HB 476 Relating to incentive programs and employment services to benefit certain recipients of financial assistance. Naishtat co-authored, sponsored by Zaffirini, Effective on 9/1/01, June 11, 2001
HB 477 Relating to the establishment of an interagency plan for coordinating case management services for certain recipients of financial assistance. Sponsored by Zaffirini. Effective on 9/1/01, May 11, 2001
HB 478 Relating to identifying and addressing the needs of certain recipients of financial assistance. Considered in Calendars, April 17, 2001
HB 479 Relating to providing dental services to certain recipients of medical assistance. Naishtat is a co-author. Laid on the table subject to call, May 4, 2001
HB 480 Relating to establishing a temporary nursing facility license. Laid on the table subject to call, March 29, 2001
HB 481 Relating to amelioration of convalescent and nursing home violations; waiving right to hearing. Referred to Health and Human Services, April 3, 2001
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2017-023/77 HB 482 Relating to protecting certain persons from retaliation by nursing homes or intermediate care facilities. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., May 21, 2001
HB 483 Relating to the removal from the statutes of certain antiquated or unnecessary words referring to incapacitated persons. Moncrief is a sponsor., May 23, 2001
HB 628 Relating to authorizing a person other than a corporate fiduciary to serve as trustee of certain trusts. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 15, 2001
HB 770 by Naishtat, Maxey Relating to the issuance of Texans Conquer Cancer license plates. Companion considered in lieu of in committee., April 10, 2001
HB 952 Relating to interstate guardianships. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 11, 2001
HB 960 by Naishtat, Reyna, Elvira Relating to the appointment of a person who has a history of abuse or neglect as a sole managing conservator. Companion considered in lieu of in committee., February 27, 2001
HB 961 by Naishtat, Reyna, Elvira Relating to the entry of protective order information in the statewide law enforcement information system. Referred to Public Safety, February 6, 2001
HB 966 Relating to requiring the Health and Human Services Commission to study ways to allow appropriated money to follow an individual who is leaving institutional care and will need community-based services. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., May 16, 2001
HB 967 Relating to ensuring an appropriate care setting for a person with a disability. Committee report sent to Calendars. Missing [per Naishtat's office], April 17, 2001
HB 1000 by Naishtat, Wohlgemuth Relating to operation of the Texas Medical Liability Insurance Underwriting Association and to participation of nursing homes in that association. Left pending in committee. Missing [per Naishtat's office], March 5, 2001
HB 1001 by Naishtat, Wohlgemuth Relating to the review of the reimbursement methodology for and resource needs of nursing facilities. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Vetoed by the Governor, June 17, 2001
HB 1002 Relating to good cause exemptions from work or employment activity requirements under the temporary assistance for needy families program. Left pending in committee., February 26, 2001
HB 1003 Relating to the specification of the types of hardships that warrant excepting a recipient of temporary assistance for needy families from the imposition of time limits on the receipt of those benefits. Left pending in committee. Missing [per Naishtat's office], February 26, 2001
HB 1004 Relating to the work or employment activities required under the temporary assistance for needy families program. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Vetoed by the Governor., June 17, 2001
HB 1005 Relating to the creation of a state program of temporary assistance and related support services for needy persons. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 17, 2001
HB 1006 Relating to exemptions and exceptions from work or employment activity requirements under the temporary assistance for needy families program. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Vetoed by the Governor., June 17, 2001
HB 1007 Relating to residential and nonresidential services for victims of family violence. Laid on the table subject to call., March 29, 2001
HB 1008 Relating to applying penalties to recipients of financial and nutritional assistance for certain drug and alcohol-related convictions. Committee report sent to Calendars. Missing [per Naishtat's office], April 24, 2001
HB 1009 Relating to sanctions imposed on recipients of temporary assistance for needy families for failure to provide certain information. Left pending in committee., March 19, 2001
HB 1233 Relating to the prepayment of funeral services by a guardian of the estate of a ward. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., May 23, 2001
HB 1782 Relating to the right of certain persons to enter a public facility with an assistance animal. Moncrief is a sponsor., May 24, 2001
HB 1956 Relating to restrictions on payment of certain loans with political contributions. Left pending in committee., April 18, 2001
HB 1957 Relating to municipal payroll deductions. Laid on the table subject to call., May 8, 2001
HB 1958 Relating to participation in and benefits and administration of retirement systems for firefighters in certain municipalities. Referred to Intergovernmental Relations., April 24, 2001
HB 1959 by Naishtat, Chavez, Noriega Relating to eligibility for and allotment under the food stamp program for certain persons. Shapleigh is a sponsor. Placed on intent calendar., May 23, 2001
HB 2006 by Naishtat, Madden, Coleman Relating to indoor air quality in public school buildings. Moncrief is a sponsor. Left pending in committee., May 9, 2001
HB 2007 by Naishtat, Madden, Coleman Relating to indoor air quality in newly constructed or renovated public school buildings. Moncrief is a sponsor. Left pending in committee., May 9, 2001
HB 2008 by Naishtat, Madden, Coleman Relating to indoor air quality in buildings owned or leased by state or local government. Moncrief is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 15, 2001
HB 2251 Relating to resource requirements under the temporary assistance for needy families program and the food stamp program. Considered in Calendars., April 17, 2001
HB 2252 Relating to categorical eligibility for food stamps of certain recipients of temporary assistance for needy families. Referred to Human Services., March 1, 2001
HB 2253 Relating to the jurisdiction of the Probate Court No. 1 of Travis County. Referred directly to subcommittee by chair., March 5, 2001
HB 2254 Relating to the issuance of Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing license plates. Companion considered in lieu of in committee., April 10, 2001
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2017-023/67 HB 1278 by Coleman, Naishtat Relating to an asbestos survey before issuance of a building permit to renovate or demolish certain buildings. Laid on the table subject to call., April 20, 2001
HB 1279 by Coleman, Naishtat Relating to the application of certain licensing and registration requirements to activities involving resilient floor-covering material. Barrientos is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01,, June 16, 2001
HB 1482 [HB 1422] by Oliveira, Naishtat Relating to the provision of medical assistance to certain legal immigrants. Laid on the table subject to call., May 10, 2001
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2017-023/77 HB 770/SB 614 77(R) by Rep. Naishtat and Sen. Van de Putte relating to the issuance of Texans Conquer Cancer license plates, April 10, 2001
HB 961 77(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to the entry of protective order information in the statewide law enforcement information system., February 6, 2001
HB 1234 Relating to the presence of certain advocates during forensic medical examinations of alleged victims of sexual assaults. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 15, 2001
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2017-023/127 HB 1234 77(R) Sexual Assault Advocate by Rep. Naishtat relating to the presence of certain advocates during forensic medical examinations of alleged victims of sexual assaults., June 15, 2001
Amendment draft 77R 13308
Conference Committee Report materials
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2017-023/104 HB 2279 by Naishtat, Kitchen Relating to the exemption from the payment of higher education tuition and fees for certain recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families benefits. Barrientos is a sponsor. Effective immediately., June 15, 2001
HB 2280 Relating to the establishment of a pilot program to identify, assess, and address the personal needs of certain recipients of financial assistance. Committee report sent to Calendars., April 19, 2011
HB 2294 Relating to the exemption of certain persons from jury service. Subcommittee members named., March 5, 2001
HB 2345 Relating to the specialized telecommunications assistance program. Fraser is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., May 28, 2001
HB 2430 Relating to a consumer assistance program for health benefit plan consumers. Carona is a sponsor. Naishtat is a co-author. Vetoed by the Governor., June 17, 2001
HB 2543 Relating to the establishment of a pilot program to provide child-care intervention services for certain children with severe behavioral problems. Naishtat is a co-author. Duncan is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 15, 2001
HB 2544 Relating to the acquisition and disposition of land or another real property interest by a political subdivision. Barrientos is a sponsor. Effective 9/1/01., June 15, 2001
HB 2545 Relating to the execution of certain writs in an action to determine possession of certain leased premises. Left pending in committee., March 20, 2001
HB 2882 Relating to the jurisdiction of the Probate Court No. 1 of Travis County. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 13, 2001
HB 3210 Relating to the creation of a state self-sufficiency program for certain immigrants who are victims of battery or extreme cruelty. Naishtat is a co-author. Moncrief is a sponsor. Placed on intent calendar., May 23, 2001
HB 3473 Relating to prohibiting employer retaliation against certain employees who report child abuse or neglect. Shapleigh is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 14, 2001
HB 3701 Relating to the requirement that certain off-campus housing for students of institutions of higher education be equipped with a fire protection sprinkler system; providing a penalty. Committee report sent to Local and Consent Calendar., May 7, 2001
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2017-023/109 HB 457 77(R) by Rep. Clark/Naishtat relating to the computation of dropout rates for purposes of public school accountability., June 16, 2001
SB 38 77(R) Architectural Barriers by Sen. Zaffirini relating to authorizing the conduct of architectural review before the construction or remodeling of certain long-term and other care facilities., May 26, 2001
HB 587 77(R) by Rep. Thompson, et al. relating to the investigation and prosecution of an offense motivated by bias or prejudice and to other civil and criminal remedies for and protections against certain hateful acts. 2001 and 2012, May 11, 2001
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2017-023/99 HJR 59 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to a moratorium on the execution of persons convicted of capital offenses. Committee report sent to Calendars., April 24, 2001
HR 56 Recognizing February 6, 2001, as Senior Day in Texas., February 6, 2001
HR 64 In honor of the Texas Commission for the Blind., January 17, 2001
HR 86 Allowing the South Central Texas District of Optimist International to use the house chamber., March 27, 2001
HR 117 Honoring The Blood and Tissue Center of Central Texas on its 50th anniversary., January 31, 2001
HR 237 Recognizing March 13, 2001, as Parent Association for the Retarded of Texas Day at the State Capitol., March 13, 2001
HR 249 Honoring The University of Texas at Austin's Project 2001. Naishtat is a co-author., February 14, 2001
HR 540 Honoring the 25th anniversary of Wheatsville Co-op of Austin., March 19, 2001
HR 541 Honoring William M. Hale on his retirement., May 16, 2001
HR 635 In memory of Eugene Guy Bizzell of Austin., April 10, 2001
HR 655 Honoring Cyril Durrenberger of Austin as he retires from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission., April 9, 2001
HR 773 Recognizing April 24, 2001, as Texas Retired Employees Association Day at the State Capitol., April 24, 2001
HR 806 Recognizing May 2001 as Community Action Month in the Lone Star State and commending all the members of Texas' Community Action Agencies for their hard work and dedication., April 24, 2001
HR 948 Honoring Sharon Justice for her tenure at The University of Texas at Austin., May 19, 2001
HR 996 In memory of Phyllis Chamlee Cobb of Austin., May 11, 2001
HR 1140 Honoring Texas women's basketball coach Jody Conradt for coaching in her 1,000th game. Naishtat is a co-author., May 30, 2001
HR 1202 Recognizing May 25, 2001, as Pat Cole Appreciation Day in Texas. Naishtat is a co-author., May 30, 2001
HR 1238 Recognizing May 24, 2001, as Pat Cole Appreciation Day in Texas., May 30, 2001
SB 34 by Zaffirini Relating to providing dental services to certain recipients of medical assistance. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01. Missing [per Naishtat's office], May 22, 2001
SB 37 by Zaffirini Relating to establishing a temporary nursing facility license. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., April 20, 2001
SB 38 by Zaffirini Relating to authorizing the conduct of architectural review before the construction or remodeling of certain long-term and other care facilities. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., May 26, 2001
SB 40 by Zaffirini Relating to tuition assistance for licensed vocational nursing students who agree following their licensure to practice in long-term care facilities. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective immediately., June 17, 2001
SB 42 by Zaffirini Relating to identifying and addressing the needs of certain recipients of financial assistance. Naishtat is a sponsor. Considered in Calendars. Missing [per Naishtat's office], May 18, 2001
SB 43 by Zaffirini Relating to eligibility for and enrollment in certain medical assistance programs, including simplifying the certification process for medical assistance provided to children. Naishtat is a co-sponsor. Effective 1/1/02., June 11, 2001
SB 45 by Zaffirini Relating to hardship exemptions from federal time limits under the temporary assistance for needy families program. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01., June 15, 2001
SB 47 by Zaffirini Relating to residential and nonresidential services for victims of family violence. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01. Missing [per Naishtat's office], April 11, 2001
SB 48 by Zaffirini Relating to sanctions imposed on recipients of temporary assistance for needy families for failure to provide certain information. Naishtat is a sponsor. Considered in Calendars. Missing [per Naishtat's office], April 14, 2001
SB 49 by Zaffirini Relating to applying penalties to recipients of financial and nutritional assistance for certain drug and alcohol-related convictions. Naishtat is a sponsor. Statement(s) of vote recorded in Journal., May 22, 2001
SB 140 by Moncrief Relating to a determination of conservatorship of, or rights to possession of or access to, a child by a person who has a history of abuse or neglect. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective 9/1/01. Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 11, 2001
SB 159 by Zaffirini Relating to establishing a competitive grant program for projects that are designed to improve the quality of life for residents of a convalescent or nursing home and that could serve as a model of best practices for the convalescent and nursing home industry. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective 9/1/01., June 14, 2001
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2017-023/98 SB 161 by Zaffirini Relating to authorizing transitional support services to former recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) benefits. Naishtat is a sponsor. Vetoed by the Governor, June 17, 2001
SB 177 by Madla Relating to electronic monitoring devices in the rooms of residents of convalescent or nursing homes or related institutions; providing a criminal penalty. Naishtat is a sponsor., June 15, 2001
SB 184 by Zaffirini Relating to eligibility requirements for certain persons under the food stamp program. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective 9/1/01, April 11, 2001
SB 355 by Lindsay Relating to a nursing home resident's right to informed consent regarding the prescription of certain drugs. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective 06/14/2001, June 14, 2001
SB 367 by Zaffirini Relating to ensuring an appropriate care setting for a person with a disability. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, June 15, 2001
SB 415 by Carona Relating to operation of the Texas Medical Liability Insurance Underwriting Association and to participation of nursing homes in that association. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, June 14, 2001
SB 479 by West, Royce Relating to the entry of protective order information in the statewide law enforcement information system. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, Missing [per Naishtat's office], May 3, 2001
SB 527 by Moncrief Relating to taking regulatory action against assisted living facilities, including the imposition of administrative penalties. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, June 15, 2001
SB 591 by Barrientos Relating to the execution of certain writs in an action to determine possession of certain leased premises. Naishtat is a sponsor. Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 11, 2001
SB 593 by Barrientos Relating to credit in and benefits and administration of retirement systems for police officers in certain municipalities. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 13, 2001
SB 614 by Van de Putte Relating to the issuance of Texans Conquer Cancer license plates. Naishtat is a sponsor. H Comm. report sent to Local and Consent Calendar, May 1, 2001
SB 664 by Madla Relating to the investigation of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of persons in certain facilities. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, May 26, 2001
SB 691 by Moncrief Relating to the creation of an assisted living facility trust fund. Naishtat is a sponsor., June 13, 2001
SB 772 by Harris Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Human Services to establish criteria for designating nursing facility operators with excellent operating records as eligible to acquire a license to operate another existing nursing facility on an expedited basis. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, June 13, 2001
SB 790 by Barrientos Relating to participation in and benefits and administration of retirement systems for firefighters in certain municipalities. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 11, 2001
SB 814 by Barrientos Relating to the confidentiality of identifying information of juvenile sex offense victims; providing penalties. Naishtat is a sponsor. Placed on General State Calendar, May 22, 2001
SB 833 by Moncrief Relating to child-care services. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, May 18, 2001
SB 846 by Cain Relating to municipal payroll deductions. Naishtat is a sponsor. Vetoed by the Governor, Missing [per Naishtat's office], June 17, 2001
SB 1034 by Moncrief Relating to the right of certain persons to enter a public facility with an assistance animal. Naishtat is a sponsor. Missing [per Naishtat's office], May 22, 2001
SB 1376 by Moncrief Relating to amelioration of convalescent and nursing home and intermediate care facility violations; waiving the right to an administrative hearing. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, June 11, 2001
SB 1563 by Shapleigh Relating to the issuance of Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing license plates. Naishtat is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/01, June 11, 2001
SB 1590 by Moncrief Relating to the admissibility of evidence relating to certain Texas Department of Human Services investigations or surveys in certain actions or proceedings. Naishtat is a sponsor. Postponed, May 22, 2001
SB 1839 by Moncrief Relating to certain long-term care facilities. Naishtat is a sponsor. See remarks for effective date, June 15, 2001
Committees
Human Services
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2017-023/171 Hearings, March 2001 - May 2001
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2017-023/109 Interim Report to the 78th Texas Legislature 1 copy EN [Elliott Naishtat], 2002
Briefing Packets
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2017-023/120 [interim Charges], 2002
Texas Rehabilitation Commission, 2002
Promoting Independence, DHS#l [Department of Human Services], 2002
Promoting Independence, DHS#2 [Department of Human Services], 2002
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2017-023/107 Long-term Care Legislative Oversight Committee Interim Report, 2002
78th Session and Interim
Bill Packets:
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2017-023/105 HJR 22 moratorium on execution, April 1, 2003
HB 266-HB 1492
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2017-023/105 [HB 266 Relating to restrictions on payment of certain loans with political contributions. Committee report sent to Calendars.], April 30, 2003
[HB 267 by Naishtat, Wise Relating to an increase in the cigarette tax and to the use of that increase for certain health and human services programs. Left pending in committee.], April 23, 2003
[HB 268 Relating to application of the hazing statutes to private institutions of higher education; providing penalties. Committee report sent to Local and Consent Calendar.], May 9, 2003
[HB 269 by Naishtat, Raymond Relating to the victim's statement regarding the impact of an offense in certain sexual assault cases. Left pending in committee.], April 22, 2003
[HB 270 Relating to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information relating to certain sexual offenses. Left pending in committee.], March 31, 2003
[HB 271 Relating to grand juror training regarding sexual assault issues. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], February 6, 2003
[HB 272 Relating to training regarding sexual assault for a judge or judicial officer. Left pending in committee.], March 24, 2003
[HB 273 Relating to forensic evidence training for students enrolled in certain medical or nursing degree programs. Referred to Higher Education.], February 6, 2003
[HB 329 Relating to the regulation of mold assessors and remediators, civil liability for mold remediation, and insurance coverage on mold claims; providing civil and administrative penalties. Naishtat is a co-author. Fraser is a sponsor. See remarks for effective date.], June 11, 2003
[HB 473 Relating to indoor air quality in public school buildings. Referred to Public Health.], February 10, 2003
[HB 719 Relating to a voting student member on the board of regents of The University of Texas System. Naishtat is a co-author. Referred to Higher Education.], February 17, 2003
[HB 776 by Naishtat, Mabry Relating to requiring that certain individuals who provide nursing services in a nursing institution receive annual training in caring for people with dementia. Nelson is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/03.], June 20, 2003
[HB 778 by Naishtat, Swinford Relating to the offense of interference with an emergency telephone call. Nelson is a sponsor. 06/20/2003 E Effective on 9/1/03.], June 20, 2003
[HB 779 Relating to the issuance and enforcement of protective orders to protect victims of sexual assault; providing criminal penalties. Companion considered in lieu of in committee.], April 24, 2003
[HB 780 Relating to the prosecution of the offense of violation of a protective order or magistrate's order. Companion considered in lieu of in committee.], April 24, 2003
[HB 866 Relating to the creation of a commission to study capital punishment in Texas. Subcommittee members named.], Maarch 18, 2003
[HB 972 Relating to the computation of income for certain recipients of financial assistance. Referred to Human Services.], February 19, 2003
[HB 1209 Relating to a program to promote participation by public junior college students in individual development account programs. Referred to Higher Education.], February 27, 2003
[HB 1210 Relating to matching grants for low to moderate income families participating in the higher education savings or prepaid tuition program. Referred to Higher Education.], February 27, 2003
[HB 1319 Relating to the creation of employee wellness programs by state agencies. Left pending in committee.], March 10, 2003
[HB 1320 Relating to the transfer of money appropriated to provide care for certain persons in nursing facilities to provide community-based services to those persons. Left pending in committee.], April 10, 2003
[HB 1321 by Naishtat, Pena Relating to the application of certain marketing and contracting restrictions to treatment facilities funded by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Referred to Health and Human Services.], April 22, 2003
[HB 1322 Relating to the Texas Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. Shapleigh is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], May 23, 2003
[HB 1489 Relating to a consumer assistance program for health benefit plan consumers. Referred to Insurance.], March 5, 2003
[HB 1490 Relating to the development and implementation of a statewide suicide prevention plan under the direction of the Health and Human Services Commission. Committee report sent to Calendars.], April 16, 2003
[HB 1491 Relating to utilization review and independent review of certain health care services. Left pending in committee.], April 7, 2003
[HB 1492 by Naishtat, Villarreal Relating to the regulation of social workers; providing a criminal penalty. Considered in Calendars.], May 10, 2003
SB 968 by Shapleigh Relating to a program to promote participation by public junior college students in individual development account programs. Effective immediately., June 20, 2003
SB 1073 by West Relating to convictions barring employment in certain facilities serving the elderly and persons with disabilities. Picked up by Rep. Sid Miller when EN [Elliott Naishtat] was in Ardmore., June 20, 2003
Bill Packets:
HB 1502-HB 3260
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2017-023/67 [HB 1502 Relating to a residential tenant's right to summon police or emergency assistance; providing a civil penalty. Referred to Business and Industry.], March 6, 2003
[HB 1539 Relating to associate judges for statutory probate courts. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/03.], June 20, 2003
[HB 1786 Relating to a pilot program for transferring money appropriated to provide institutional care for certain persons to provide community-based services to those persons. Left pending in committee.], March 24, 2003
[HB 1787 Relating to the transfer of money appropriated to provide care for certain persons in nursing facilities to provide community-based services to those persons. Left pending in committee.], April 10, 2003
[HB 1788 by Naishtat, Keel Relating to municipal payroll deductions for certain employees who are fire fighters. Left pending in committee.], April 24, 2003
[HB 2082 Relating to hours of labor worked by commissioned officers of the Department of Public Safety. Referred to Law Enforcement.], March 17, 2003
[HB 2142 Relating to medical assistance in certain alternative community-based care settings. Committee report sent to Calendars.], April 16, 2003
[HB 2143 Relating to surplus and salvage computer equipment. Left pending in committee.], April 8, 2003
[HB 2213 Relating to the creation of the individual development account program to provide savings incentives and opportunities to eligible low-income, working individuals. Left pending in committee.], April 23, 2003
[HB 2325 Relating to reports and investigations of abuse and neglect in nursing facilities. Committee report sent to Calendars.], April 16, 2003
[HB 2326 Relating to a health and human services commission study of the state response to abuse or neglect of certain older individuals. Left pending in committee.], March 31, 2003
[HB 2327 by Naishtat, Keel, Rodriguez, Dukes Relating to the creation, administration, powers, duties, operation, and financing of the Central Texas Health Care District; authorizing the imposition of taxes, the issuance of bonds, and the exercise of the power of eminent domain. Committee report sent to Calendars.], April 30, 2003
[HB 2967 Relating to the establishment of a program for the disposition of electronic equipment in a manner that protects the water and other natural resources of the state; providing a criminal penalty. Left pending in committee.], May 6, 2003
[HB 2968 Relating to administrative and judicial review of certain decisions about public assistance benefits. Left pending in committee.], April 7, 2003
[HB 2969 Relating to exempting certain persons in transitional living programs from the payment of tuition and fees at public institutions of higher education. Referred to Higher Education.], March 27, 2003
[HB 3259 Relating to contracting by health and human services agencies with private entities for eligibility determination and service delivery. Referred to Human Services.], March 31, 2003
[HB 3260 Relating to the forced sale of an owner's interest in certain real property. Referred to Urban Affairs.], March 31, 2003
HB 2970 Relating to the state program of temporary assistance and related support services for needy persons. No bill packet., June 20, 2003
HB 3258 Relating to the property tax rate levied by a hospital district, the appointment of boards of directors of certain hospital districts, and the transfer of municipal and county hospital property and funds and related obligations to a hospital district. No bill packet., March 31, 2003
Bill Packets:
78th Special Sessions
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2017-023/78 HB 107 Relating to benefits for certain mental health services provided under the state child health plan. left pending in committee. (special #1), July 18, 2003
HB 108 Relating to services provided by psychologists and marriage and family therapists under the Medicaid program. left pending in committee. (special #1), July 18, 2003
HB 4 Relating to benefits for certain mental health services provided under the state child health plan. referred to Public Health. (special #3), September 15, 2003
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2017-023/128 HB 2292 (78R) by Wohlgemuth Relating to the provision of health and human services in this state, including the powers and duties of the Health and Human Services Commission and other state agencies; providing penalties. signed by the Gov., June 10, 2003
Committees
Human Services
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/66 January 29, 2004
July 15, 2004
August 31, 2004
Select Committee on Child Welfare and Foster Care
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/66 June 2, 2004
August 4, 2004
August 5, 2004
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2017-023/107 Long-term Care Legislative Oversight Committee Interim Report, 2003
79th Session and Interim
Bill Packets:
HB 72- HB 710
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2017-023/61 [HB 72 Relating to the regulation of electioneering communications made in connection with a political campaign; providing a criminal penalty. Recalled from subcommittee.], April 15, 2005
[HB 73 Relating to restrictions on payment of certain loans with political contributions. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 6, 2005
[HB 74 Relating to exempting school districts from certain mold assessor and remediation licensing requirements. Naishtat is a co-author. Fraser is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], May 24, 2005
[HB 122 Relating to services provided by certain mental health professionals under the Medicaid program. Naishtat is a co-author. Left pending in committee.], May 4, 2005
[HB 123 Relating to a feasibility study regarding required forensic medical examination instruction for students enrolled in certain medical or nursing degree programs. Naishtat is a co-author. Left pending in committee.], March 7, 2005
[HB 124 Relating to an increase in the cigarette tax and to the use of that increase for certain health and human services programs. Referred to Ways and Means.], January 31, 2005
[HB 226 Relating to the duties of an attorney ad litem appointed for a child in certain proceedings regarding the abuse or neglect of the child. Left pending in committee.], February 23, 2005
[HB 227 Relating to the completion of continuing legal education by an attorney ad litem appointed for a child in certain proceedings regarding the abuse or neglect of the child. Left pending in committee.], February 23, 2005
[HB 228 Relating to use of a proposed child placement resources form in cases involving the Department of Family and Protective Services. Left pending in committee.], February 23, 2005
[HB 253 Relating to the adoption of public school textbooks. Naishtat is a co-author. Left pending in committee.], May 3, 2005
[HB 338 by Naishtat, McClendon Relating to authorizing certain persons to make an oral statement regarding the impact of an offense on the victim before sentencing in certain cases. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], February 2, 2005
[HB 339 Relating to the administration of psychoactive medication to foster children. 02/23/2005 H Left pending in committee.], February 23, 2005
[HB 385 Relating to administrative and judicial review of certain decisions about public assistance benefits. Naishtat is a co-author. Left pending in committee.], March 17, 2005
[HB 420 Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for the food stamp program. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 9, 2005
[HB 421 Relating to the applicability of a definition of "individual" to certain offenses under the Texas Controlled Substances Act. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], February 3, 2005
[HB 493 Relating to the creation of a commission to study capital punishment in Texas. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], February 7, 2005
[HB 544 by Naishtat, McClendon Relating to the right of certain sexual assault victims to a forensic medical examination. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/05.], June 17, 2005
[HB 545 Relating to services provided by podiatrists under the Medicaid program. Left pending in committee.], February 17, 2005
[HB 556 by Naishtat, Veasey Relating to eligibility for and the administration of the child health plan program. Referred to Human Services.], February 7, 2005
[HB 658 Relating to the medical use of marihuana. Naishtat is a co-author. Left pending in committee.], April 5, 2005
[HB 709 Relating to the exclusion of certain resources in determining eligibility for financial assistance. Referred to Human Services.], February 9, 2005
[HB 710 Relating to provision of certain optional services for adults and operation of the medically needy program under the state Medicaid program. Left pending in committee.], April 21, 2005
HJRs 14, 27, 96
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2017-023/61 HJR 14 [Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to a moratorium on the execution of persons convicted of capital offenses. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], February 8, 2005
HJR 27 [by Naishtat, Pena Proposing a constitutional amendment to require a house or committee of the legislature to take a record vote on certain legislative measures and actions. Left pending in committee.], March 7, 2005
HJR 96 [Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds to provide grants and loans for stem cell research. Referred to Higher Education.], March 14, 2005
SB 325 by Zaffirini Relating to the management of behavior of residents of certain facilities; providing an administrative penalty. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., June 17, 2005
SB 645 by Barrientos Relating to the authority of certain counties to regulate the use of outdoor lighting. Heard in County Affairs Committee., May 18, 2005
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2017-023/109 HB 421 79(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to the applicability of a definition of "individual" to certain offenses under the Texas Controlled Substances Act., February 3, 2005
Bill Packets:
HB 711-HB 3076
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2017-023/33 [HB 711 Relating to the eligibility of certain financial assistance recipients for medical assistance. Left pending in committee.], April 21, 2005
[HB 1059 Relating to the enforcement of certain protective orders. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 17, 2005
[HB 1060 Relating to exempting certain persons in transitional living programs from the payment of tuition and fees at public institutions of higher education. Referred to Higher Education.], February 15, 2005
[HB 1061 Relating to penalties and sanctions imposed on recipients of financial assistance. Left pending in committee.], April 21, 2005
[HB 1062 Relating to the availability of judges and magistrates for proceedings related to chemically dependent persons. Referred to Jurisprudence.], April 12, 2005
[HB 1195 by Naishtat, Keel, Dukes, Baxter, Rodriguez Relating to the conditions of employment for emergency medical services personnel employed by certain municipalities. Referred to Urban Affairs.], February 17, 2005
[HB 1196 Relating to the work hours of and compensatory time and overtime pay for commissioned officers of the Department of Public Safety. Left pending in committee.], April 4, 2005
[HB 1306 Relating to a feasibility study regarding the creation of a federal criminal history record clearinghouse at the Department of Public Safety. Referred to Law Enforcement.], February 21, 2005
[HB 1328 by Naishtat, Madden, Seaman Relating to certificates of mold remediation. Sponsored by Fraser. Effective immediately.], May 24, 2005
[HB 1338 Relating to an analysis by the state auditor of the cost-effectiveness of the use of call centers for determining eligibility for health and human services programs. Referred to Human Services.], February 22, 2005
[HB 1340 Relating to the funding of a telephone service for blind and visually impaired persons that provides the text of newspapers using synthetic speech. Referred to Regulated Industries.], February 22, 2005
[HB 1359 Relating to the establishment of a program for the disposition of electronic equipment in a manner that protects the water and other natural resources of the state; providing a criminal penalty. Referred to Environmental Regulation.], February 22, 2005
[HB 1492 Relating to work-related exposure to a reportable disease. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 4, 2005
[HB 1693 Relating to an energy-efficient building program. Left pending in subcommittee.], March 16, 2005
[HB 1791 Relating to application of the hazing statutes to private institutions of higher education; providing penalties. Sponsored by Barrientos. Effective on 9/1/05.], June 17, 2005
[HB 1792 Relating to conforming the law concerning the removal of a guardian of a ward to amendments made by the 78th Legislature. Laid on the table subject to call.], April 14, 2005
[HB 1793 Relating to the jurisdiction of a court with respect to an action involving a testamentary trust. Left pending in committee.], April 18, 2005
[HB 1866 Relating to medical assistance in certain alternative community-based care settings. Referred to Public Health.], March 14, 2005
[HB 1867 Relating to the transfer of money appropriated to provide care for certain persons in nursing facilities to provide community-based services to those persons. Zaffirini is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/05.], June 18, 2005
[HB 2122 by Naishtat, Deshotel Relating to certain unlawful employment practices. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 2, 2005
[HB 2123 Relating to considerations applicable to a decision to commute a sentence of death. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], March 14, 2005
[HB 2124 Relating to appointment of counsel in appeals of certain eviction suits. Left pending in committee.], May 2, 2005
[HB 2125 Relating to the procedure applicable to a decision to commute a sentence of death. Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence.], March 14, 2005
[HB 2302 Relating to outreach and marketing of the child health plan program. Referred to Human Services.], March 14, 2005
[HB 2447 Relating to a pilot program for the implementation of the redesigned health and human services program eligibility and benefits determination system. Referred to Human Services.], Marh 15, 2005
[HB 2448 Relating to a health performance incentive program in public schools. Referred to Public Education.], Marh 15, 2005
[HB 2449 Relating to a pilot program for transferring money for certain persons in institutional care to provide community-based services to those persons. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 9, 2005
[HB 2450 by Naishtat, Luna, Guillen, Keffer, Jim Relating to the creation of the individual development account program to provide savings incentives and opportunities to eligible low-income working individuals. Referred to Financial Institutions.], March 15, 2005
[HB 2708 Relating to authorizing the issuance of revenue bonds for The University of Texas at Austin. Left pending in committee.], April 12, 2005
[HB 3076 Relating to the establishment of the stem cell research program. Left pending in committee.], April 11, 2005
SB 1020 by Barrientos Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of certain property used by a charitable organization operating a radio station that is funded through donations. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., May 24, 2005
SB 1214 by Barrientos Relating to the selection and retention of an insurance broker by certain counties; imposing an administrative penalty. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor., June 17, 2005
Bill Packets:
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2017-023/183 HB 3077 Relating to the establishment of a work group to recommend definitions, guidelines, and reporting requirements regarding the management of behavior of residents at certain facilities., May 2, 2005
HB 3078 Relating to requiring a record vote by each house or committee of the legislature on bills, proposed constitutional amendments, amendments to bills and proposed constitutional amendments, and certain other actions and to public notice of the record vote., March 17, 2005
HB 3079 Relating to the administration of psychoactive medication to certain patients., April 21, 2005
HB 3080 Relating to the powers and duties of the board of hospital managers of the Travis County Hospital District and to employee benefits for certain employees of that district., April 27, 2005
HB 3081 Relating to a survey of the employees of health and human services agencies., May 5, 2005
HB 3454 Relating to requiring hospitals to report the percentage of emergency room patients who are uninsured to the Department of State Health Services., May 10, 2005
HB 3519 Relating to the appointment of temporary justices of the peace in certain counties. Signed by Gov., June 18, 2005
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2017-023/109 HJR 29 79(3) proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be3 imposed for public school purposes on the residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled to reflect any reduction in the rate of those taxes., April 27, 2006
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2017-023/128 79R (2005) HB 6 by Hupp Relating to protective services; providing penalties. left pending in committee., July 26, 2005
79R (2005) HB 800 by Uresti Relating to protective services. left pending in committee., February 23, 2005
79R HB 2572 by Truitt Relating to the functions of local mental health and mental retardation authorities. Vetoed by the Gov., June 17, 2005
80th Session and Interim
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2017-023/78 HB 74 Relating to providing for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed by a school district on the residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled to reflect any reduction in the school district's tax rate and protecting a school district against any resulting loss in local revenue. referred to Ways and Means., January 29, 2007
HB 75 Relating to administrative and judicial review of certain decisions about public assistance benefits. effective 9-1-07, June 15, 2007
HB 76 Relating to the collection and analysis of information relating to certain sexual offenses. effective 9-1-07., May 14, 2007
HB 77 Relating to the adoption of public school textbooks. referred to Public Ed., January 29, 2007
Bill Packets:
HB 290-HB 1051
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2017-023/168 [HB 290 Relating to the fee charged for depositing a will during a testator's life. Wentworth is a sponsor. Effective immediately.], June 15, 2007
[HB 342 Relating to concurrent guardianship proceedings in this state and in a foreign jurisdiction. Sponsored by Watson. Effective immediately.], June 15, 2007
[HB 343 Relating to notification of voter registrar by probate court clerk of recent deaths. Carona is a sponsor. Effective on 9/1/07.], June 15, 2007
[HB 353 Relating to the obtaining of criminal history record information in a guardianship matter or proceeding. Referred to Judiciary.], February 1, 2007
[HB 363 Relating to the provision of case management services for children by the Department of Family and Protective Services. Meeting cancelled.], April 12, 2007
[HB 504 Relating to payment for the provision of services by a metropolitan rapid transit authority to persons with disabilities in a unit of election that has withdrawn from the authority. Sponsored by Wentworth. Effective immediately.], May 14, 2007
[HB 518 Relating to the detention and examination of certain persons for whom an application for emergency detention or a motion for an order of protective custody has been filed. Sponsored by Brimer. Effective on 9/1/07.], May 24, 2007
[HB 519 Relating to the creation of a trust for the management of an incapacitated person's estate. Sponsored by Wentworth. Effective on 9/1/07.], June 15, 2007
[HB 666 Relating to requiring a record vote by each house or committee of the legislature on bills, proposed constitutional amendments, amendments to bills and proposed constitutional amendments, and certain other actions and to public notice of the record vote. Left pending in committee.], March 5, 2007
[HB 740 by Naishtat, Herrero Relating to certain state health care programs for children. Left pending in committee.], March 1, 2007
[HB 853 Relating to the prosecution of the offense of voyeurism. Left pending in committee.], April 17, 2007
[HB 854 Relating to the eligibility of and requirements applicable to certain persons for food stamps. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 7, 2007
[HB 882 Relating to regional or local health care programs for employees of small employers. Naishtat is a co-author. Committee report sent to Calendars.], April 30, 2007
[HB 912 by Naishtat, Latham, Driver Relating to Medicaid incentive payments for direct nursing care provided by nursing homes. No action taken in committee.], April 5, 2007
[HB 939 by Naishtat, Chavez Relating to the creation of the individual development account program to provide savings incentives and opportunities to eligible low-income individuals and households. Considered in Calendars.], May 8, 2007
[HB 1041 Relating to restrictions on payment of certain loans with political contributions. Referred to Elections.], February 12, 2007
[HB 1051 Relating to eligibility for and administration of certain health benefits programs. Left pending in committee.], March 1, 2007
SB 129 by Royce West, Relating to reporting of gifts of cash or a cash equivalent to public officials. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor. Signed by Gov. SB 131 by Royce West Relating to the creation of nursing home family councils. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor. Signed by Gov., June 15, 2007
SB 291 by Nelson Relating to criminal history record information for guardianship proceedings and to lists of certain public guardians; providing a criminal penalty. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor. Signed by the Gov., June 15, 2007
SB 1104 by Watson Relating to the conditions of employment for emergency medical services personnel employed by certain municipalities. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor. Signed by the Gov., May 23, 2007
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2017-023/61 HB 518 (80R) Relating to the detention and examination of certain persons for whom an application for emergency detention or a motion for an order of protective custody has been filed. Signed by the Gov., May 24, 2007
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2017-023/32 HB 1359 [by Naishtat, Dukes Relating to the maximum amount of a monthly subsidy that may be paid under adoption assistance agreements for certain children with special needs.], May 1, 2007
HB 1360 [Relating to an offense committed against a homeless person because of bias or prejudice.], February 19, 2007
HB 1361 [by Naishtat, Dukes, Pierson Relating to privatization of child protective services and the improvement of services for children and families provided by the Department of Family and Protective Services.], April 16, 2007
HB 1366 [Relating to the Legislative Blue Ribbon Panel on Aging Issues.], April 24, 2007
HB 3383 [Relating to procedures regarding certain criminal defendants who are or may be persons with mental illness or mental retardation.], March 20, 2007
HB 3756 [Relating to the management of child protective services caseworkers.], April 16, 2007
HB 3757 [Relating to the rights of certain incapacitated persons that may be terminated by a court in a guardianship proceeding.], April 16, 2007
HB 3758 [Relating to the recovery and recycling of used electronic devices; creating an offense.], March 22, 2007
HB 3759 [Relating to providing monetary and other related support services through the TANF program and other state programs.], April 19, 2007
HB 3760 [Relating to expansion of the use of consumer direction for delivery of certain services to persons with disabilities and elderly persons.], April 5, 2007
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2017-023/7 [HB 1431 by Alonzo Relating to the establishment of the Sustainable Water Supply Research Center at The University of Texas at Arlington. Refer to s/c on Higher Education by President.], May 15, 2007
[HB 1483 Relating to access to criminal history record information by the Guardianship Certification Board. Laid on the table subject to call.], April 13, 2007
[HB 1484 Relating to provisional certification for certain guardians. Laid on the table subject to call.], April 13, 2007
[HB 1485 Relating to reimbursement of members of the Guardianship Certification Board for certain expenses. Laid on the table subject to call.], April 17, 2007
[HB 1486 Relating to the establishment of the stem cell research program. Left pending in committee.], April 12, 2007
[HB 1488 Relating to the creation of an additional statutory county court in Travis County. Wentworth is a sponsor. No action taken in committee.], May 18, 2007
[HB 1534 Relating to the medical use of marihuana. Naishtat is a co-author. Referred to Public Health.], February 21, 2007
[HB 1708 Relating to examination requirements in certain guardianship matters concerning persons with mental retardation. Placed on General State Calendar.], May 8, 2007
[HB 1709 Relating to bonds required of guardians and other personal representatives. Sponsored by Watson. Effective on 9/1/07.], June 15, 2007
[HB 1710 Relating to the administration of community property. Sponsored by Watson. Effective on 9/1/07.], June 15, 2007
[HB 1711 Relating to the fees charged for certain filings in probate actions. Referred to Judiciary.], February 26, 2007
[HB 1807 Relating to the regulation of electioneering communications made in connection with a political campaign; providing a criminal penalty. Referred to Elections.], February 26, 2007
[HB 1868 Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of property used by a charitable organization operating certain radio stations. Committee report sent to Calendars.], May 3, 2007
[HB 2073 Relating to emission reduction strategies for greenhouse gases. 03/05/2007 H Referred to Environmental Regulation.], March 5, 2007
[HB 2284 Relating to an energy-efficient building accreditation program. Left pending in committee.], March 19, 2007
[HB 2339 by Naishtat, Davis Relating to behavioral health services for children and establishment of the Children's Behavioral Health Council. Referred to Public Health.], March 8, 2007
[HB 2377 Relating to the restoration of the medically needy program under the state Medicaid program. Referred directly to subcommittee by chair.], April 10, 2007
[HB 2378 by Naishtat, Rodriguez, Dukes Relating to the powers and duties of the Travis County Healthcare District. Laid on the table subject to call.], May 1, 2007
[HB 2580 Relating to the designation by the Department of Family and Protective Services of an individual to consent on behalf of the department to medical care for a child in foster care. Sponsored by Nelson. Effective immediately.], June 15, 2007
[HB 2581 Relating to the Medicaid buy-in program. Referred to Public Health.], March 13, 2007
[HB 2582 Relating to prohibiting employer retaliation against certain employees who report abuse, neglect, or exploitation of an elderly or disabled person. Referred to Human Services.], March 13, 2007
[HB 3203 Relating to regulation of certain private security services. Referred to Law Enforcement.], March 19, 2007
[HB 3204 Relating to the penalty for driving while a driver's license is invalid. Referred to Transportation.], March 19, 2007
[HB 3205 Relating to a teacher's authority regarding use of classroom time for preparation for the administration of certain assessment instruments. Referred to Public Education.], March 19, 2007
[HB 3382 by Naishtat, Leibowitz Relating to providing certain electronic copies of instructional material for blind and visually impaired students and students with dyslexia who are enrolled at public institutions of higher education. Sponsored by Uresti. Effective immediately.], June 15, 2007
SB 355 by Wentworth Relating to the duty of the judge of the 147th District Court to impanel grand juries and to the terms of court for certain district courts in Travis County. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor. Signed by the Gov., May 14, 2007
SB 1380 by Shapleigh Relating to fees charged for public health services by certain governmental entities. EN [Elliott Naishtat] is sponsor. Signed by the Gov., June 15, 2007
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2017-023/78 HJR 17 Proposing a constitutional amendment to require a house or committee of the legislature to take a record vote on certain legislative measures and actions and to provide for public access to those record votes. left pending in State Affairs., March 5, 2007
HJR 18 Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for public school purposes on the residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled to reflect any reduction in the rate of those taxes. referred to Ways and Means., January 29, 2007
HJR 23 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to a moratorium on the execution of persons convicted of capital offenses. sent to Calendars., May 2, 2007
HJR 1 Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for a reduction of the limitation on the total amount of ad valorem taxes that may be imposed for public school purposes on the residence homesteads of the elderly or disabled to reflect any reduction in the rate of those taxes. By Berman, McReynolds, Goolsby, Naishtat. laid on table., February 19, 2007
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2017-023/127 80R 2096 bill draft relating to a pilot program for the privatization of substitute care and case management services for children by the Department of Family and Protective Services., 2007
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2017-023/184 Public Health Interim Report, 2008
81st Session and Interim
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2017-023/78 HJR 23 Proposing a constitutional amendment to require that a record vote be taken by a house of the legislature on second reading of a bill or resolution for which a record vote is currently required on final passage and on adoption of an amendment or substitute to such a bill or resolution, and that a vote taken by a legislative committee on such a bill or resolution or on an amendment or substitute to such a bill or resolution be by record vote. referred to State Affairs., March 2, 2009
HJR 24 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to a moratorium on the execution of persons convicted of capital offenses. left pending in Crim[inal] Jurisprudence subcommittee., March 19, 2009
SCR 42 Renaming Building G at the Department of State Health Services Central Complex as the Dr. Robert Bernstein Building. signed by Gov[ernor] By VandePutte/Naishtat, June 19, 2009
HB 163 Relating to reporting of the fair market value of certain gifts made to public officials. referred to Elections., February 12, 2009
HB 164 Relating to the medical use of marihuana. referred to Pub[lic] Health., February 12, 2009
HB 165 Relating to a career ladder for interveners who provide services under the deaf-blind with multiple disabilities waiver program. laid on table. SB 63 companion considered., May 13, 2009
HB 166 Relating to providing home and community-based support services under the Medicaid program to persons who are deaf-blind with multiple disabilities. laid on table. SB 37 companion considered., May 14, 2009
HB 167 Relating to an oral statement regarding the impact of an offense in certain cases involving a violent crime. referred to Senate Crim[inal] Justice., May 5, 2009
HB 340 Relating to required use by insurers of certain standard insurance policy forms for residential property insurance. referred to Insurance., February 17, 2009
HB 585 Relating to records related to an estate of a decedent or incapacitated person. effective 6/19/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 586 Relating to the evidence required for the release of a motor vehicle after impoundment of the vehicle for failure to maintain evidence of financial responsibility. effective 9/1/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 587 Relating to the payment of attorney's fees to an attorney representing an applicant for the appointment of a guardian. effective 9/1/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 588 Relating to fees charged by a justice of the peace for certain documents In a criminal case. laid on the table. SB 409 companion considered in Local and Consent., May 15, 2009
HB 589 Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of property used by a charitable organization operating certain radio stations. placed on Gen State Calendar. No bill packet., May 11, 2009
HB 610 Relating to the establishment of the Legislative Committee on Aging and other initiatives relating to the aging population of this state. effective 9/1/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 611 Relating to requirements applicable to an attorney ad litem appointed to represent a parent in a child protective services case. referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., February 18, 2009
HB 612 Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for the food stamp program. sent to Calendars., May 1, 2009
HB 613 Relating to periodic food stamp eligibility recertification requirements. left pending in committee., April 9, 2009
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2017-023/81 HB 614 Relating to administrative and judicial review of certain decisions about financial assistance benefits. sent to Calendars., April 24, 2009
HB 861 Relating to the authority of certain university systems to provide benefits to certain qualified individuals. left pending in Insurance., April 14, 2009
HB 862 Relating to eligibility for the child health plan program. left pending in committee., March 19, 2009
HB 877 Relating to the creation of a commission to study capital punishment in Texas. sent to Calendars. HB 884 Relating to the permanent placement of certain foster children. sent to calendars., April 22, 2009
HB 885 Relating to the creation of the individual development account program to provide savings incentives and opportunities for eligible persons to pursue home ownership, postsecondary education, and business development. vote failed in Ag and Livestock Comm[ittee]., April 14, 2009
HB 886 Relating to an exemption from the food stamp employment and training program requirement for certain persons. sent to calendars., May 5, 2009
HB 887 Relating to a court's authority to order a proposed patient to receive extended outpatient mental health services. passed the House, referred to Admin. Comm. in Senate., May 12, 2009
HB 888 Relating to the detention and examination of certain persons accepted for a preliminary mental health examination. Effective 6/19/2009, June 19, 2009
HB 889 Relating to examination requirements in certain guardianship matters concerning persons with mental retardation. passed the House, referred to Senate Jurisprudence., May 19, 2009
HB 890 Relating to the terminology used to describe certain judicial officers. effective 9/1/09, June 19, 2009
HB 1066 Relating to eligibility to participate in the Texas Health Insurance Risk Pool by individuals whose employers participate in certain regional or local health care programs. referred to Insurance., February 24, 2009
HB 1067 Relating to a memorandum of understanding between certain authorized entities to share suicide data that does not identify a deceased individual. effective 5/23/2009., May 23, 2009
HB 1068 Relating to information regarding the relative or designated caregivers for a child in the managing conservatorship of the state. referred to Human Services., February 24, 2009
HB 1453 Relating to long-term care consumer information made available through the Internet. placed on Gen State Calendar., May 14, 2009
HB 1454 Relating to the establishment of a volunteer-supported decision-making advocate pilot program for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and persons with other cognitive disabilities. effective 5/20/2009., May 20, 2009
HB 1625 Relating to the exclusion of certain resources in determining eligibility for the financial assistance, medical assistance, and food stamp programs. left pending in committee., March 19, 2009
HB 1626 Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for the food stamp program. referred to Human Services., March 3, 2009
HB 1627 Relating to Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program payments to assist certain households receiving food stamp benefits. sent to Calendars., April 30, 2009
HB 1628 Relating to the ability of a county, public hospital, or hospital district to purchase or arrange for the purchase of certain health coverage or benefits for eligible residents. considered in Local and Consent., May 14, 2009
HB 1629 Relating to the care and protection of foster children committed to or released under supervision by the Texas Youth Commission. effective 5/23/2009., May 23, 2009
HB 1630 Relating to the eligibility of certain individuals for child health plan coverage or medical assistance on release from certain facilities or other settings. effective 6/19/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 1934 Relating to the powers of certain hospital districts and to the retirement benefits of employees of the districts and related entitles. laid on the table. companion SB 1063 considered., May 15, 2009
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2017-023/11 HB 2045 Relating to retirement benefits for certain police officers in certain municipalities. no action taken In Urban Affairs committee., April 2, 2009
HB 2046 Relating to the authority of a county to adopt and enforce a fire code for certain buildings in the unincorporated area of the county. considered in L[ocal] and C[onsent]., May 14, 2009
HB 2047 Relating to authorizing a criminal justice agency to disclose certain criminal history record information to the Guardianship Certification Board and offices of the county clerk. referred to Human Services., March 9, 2009
HB 2048 Relating to the appointment or removal of guardians of incapacitated persons. left pending in Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., April 27, 2009
HB 2049 Relating to reporting and application requirements regarding certain public and private guardians. referred to Human Services., March 9, 2009
HB 2050 Relating to criminal history record information relating to persons who are certified to provide guardianship services. referred to Human Services., March 9, 2009
HB 2406 Relating to the disposition of surplus information technology equipment by the state. referred to State Affairs., March 10, 2009
HB 2407 Relating to participation in the group benefits program by certain retired state employees and their dependents. referred to Pensions, Investments and Financial Services., March 11, 2009
HB 2625 Relating to financial assistance provided to certain persons. referred to Human Services., March 12, 2009
HB 2626 Relating to the forensic medical examination of a sexual assault victim who has not reported the assault to a law enforcement agency. effective 6/19/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 2627 Relating to the provision of private duty nursing and therapy services under the Medicaid program in accordance with authorization by a licensed nurse practitioner or a physician assistant. sent to Calendars., May 5, 2009
HB 2824 Relating to appointment of counsel in appeals of certain eviction suits. sent to Calendars., May 8, 2009
HB 3216 Relating to telephone or electronic mail notification to a respondent of a complaint filed with the Texas Ethics Commission. effective 6/19/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 3217 Relating to the Teacher Retirement System of Texas withholding certain nonprofit association dues from the annuity payments of certain members. referred to Pensions, Investments and Financial Services., March 18, 2009
HB 3218 Relating to the filing of sworn complaints with the Texas Ethics Commission. effective 6/19/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 3259 Relating to the creation of the Council on Children and Families and the Children's Behavioral Health Council. sent to Calendars., April 24, 2009
HB 3260 Relating to delivery of certain services through consumer direction to elderly persons and persons with disabilities. laid on the table. SB 1484 companion considered. L[ocal] and C[onsent] Calendar., May 15, 2099
HB 3261 Relating to procedures for notifying residential tenants before rehabilitation or a change in use of leased premises; providing a civil penalty. left pending in Business and Industry., April 14, 2009
HB 3262 Relating to providers of vocational rehabilitation services under the workers' compensation program. left pending in Business and Industry., April 14, 2009
HB 3263 Relating to the establishment of a home and community-based services workforce council. SB 1850 companion considered in Human Services., April 21, 2099
HB 3351 Relating to the punishment for certain conduct constituting the offense of official oppression and to the statute of limitation on prosecution of that conduct. referred to Criminal Jurisprudence subcommittee., March 30, 2009
HB 3352 Relating to the collection, dissemination, and correction of certain judicial determinations for a federal firearm background check. effective 9/1/2009., June 19, 2009
HB 3353 Relating to an environmental service fee at public institutions of higher education. effective 6/19/2009., June 19, 2009
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2017-023/184 HB 2626 81R [Relating to the forensic medical examination of a sexual assault victim who has not reported the assault to a law enforcement agency.], June 19, 2009
Amend SB 1616 [Relating to the fees for and issuance of certain license plates.] 81R by Wentworth, June 19, 2009
SB 2397 81R by Sen. Nelson [Relating to the licensing and regulation of physicians, physician assistants, acupuncturists, and surgical assistants.], May 26, 2009
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2017-023/47 HB 3354: Medicare Savings Program, March 18, 2009
HB 3467: Public School Testing, April 7, 2009
HB 3468: Presiding Criminal Court Judge, June 19, 2009
HB 3499: Relating to Social Worker exemption from the Private Security Act, May 13, 2009
HB 3865: Election of SBOE Chair [State Board of Education], March 23, 2009
HB 3866: Fire Inspections, June 19, 2009
HB 4550: Relating to the recruitment and retention of certain caseworkers employed by the Dept. of Family and Protective Services, March 26, 2009
HB 4551: Relating to requiring child passenger safety seat systems for children receiving medical assistance, March 26, 2009
HB 4552: Relating to authorizing the use of General Revenue in certain circumstances for Medical Assistance Waiver Programs, May 13, 2009
HB 4553: Relating to special textbooks for the education of blind and visually impaired students in public schools, March 26, 2009
HB 4554: Relating to the training requirements for surveyors of certain long-term care facilities, March 26, 2009
HB 4555: Relating to determining a student's eligibility for a school district's education program on the basis of student's visual impairment, March 26, 2009
HB 4556: Relating to measures to promote the pursuit of higher education by AmeriCorps participants, May 7, 2009
HB 4557: Relating to the review and adoption cycle for public school textbooks, March 26, 2009
HB 4558: Relating to the recruitment, employment, and retention of certain Dept of Family and Protective Services caseworkers, March 26, 2009
HB 4559: Relating to Regulation of Condominium Conversion, April 27, 2009
HB 4560: [Relating to certain diseases or illnesses suffered by certain emergency first responders], June 19, 2009
HB 4561: Student Free Press, March 26, 2009
HB 4562: Reimbursement for Guardian Expenses for Certain Recipients (SB 2435), May 19, 2009
HB 4742: Municipal Court Reporters, June 19, 2009
SB 1230: Legislative Comm[ittee] on Aging, May 22, 2009
SB 1328: First Responder Vaccine Study, June 19, 2009
SB 1730 by West/Naishtat: Relating to minimum training standards for employees of certain child-care facilities, May 21, 2009
SB 1850: Home/Community-based Services Workforce Council, May 22, 2009
SB 2385: CPS [Child Protective Services] placement documentation, June 19, 2009
SB 2420: Deaf Interpreter Exams, June 19, 2009
SB 2424: Medicaid non-emergency ambulance services, June 19, 2009
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2017-023/159 February 26, 2009
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March 12, 2009
March 19, 2009
March 26, 2009
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2017-023/151 April 9, 2009
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2017-023/184 Agendas and Notes HB 1943 81R, 2009
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2017-023/184 March 23, 2010
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2017-023/151 May 13, 2010
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2017-023/163 April 14, 2009
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2017-023/159 May 12, 2009
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2017-023/184 March 8, 2010
April 19, 2010
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2017-023/163 Public Health Subcommittee (needle exchange), January 16, 2009
House Select Committee on Federal Legislation
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2017-023/184 Hearing, April 22, 2010
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Joint Legislative Committee on Aging EN [Elliott Naishtat]
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2017-023/107 Elderly Issues
HB 610 81(R)- relating to the establishment of the Legislative Committee on Aging, June 19, 2009
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2017-023/107 April 4, 2010
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200 pg. - exhibits, October 29, 2010
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Interim Report to the 82nd Legislature (1 copy), 2010
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2017-023/45 HCR 127 Designating the year 2012 as the Lady Bird Johnson Centennial Year. Signed by the Governor., May 28, 2011
HJR 97 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to a moratorium on the execution of persons convicted of capital offenses. Left pending in committee., March 29, 2011
HJR 129 Proposing a constitutional amendment requiring a state senator or state representative to forfeit office on the final conviction of a felony. Left pending In committee., April 6, 2011
HB 1317 Relating to a presumption that certain retailers are engaged in business in this state for the purpose of the use tax. Left pending in committee., March 28, 2011
HB 1392 Relating to a fee imposed on the transfer of property following a foreclosure sale to fund civil legal services for indigents. Referred to County Affairs., March 1, 2011
HB 1489 Relating to an oral statement regarding the impact of an offense in certain cases involving a violent crime. Placed on General State Calendar., May 12, 2011
HB 1490 Relating to the accumulation and payment of sick leave for employees in certain sheriff's departments. Withdrawn from schedule., April 14, 2011
HB 1491 Relating to the medical use of marihuana. Referred to Public Health., March 2, 2011
HB 1492 Relating to the authority of certain university systems to provide benefits to certain qualified individuals. Referred to Insurance., March 2, 2011
HB 1493 Relating to the duration of the interagency task force on ensuring appropriate care settings for persons with disabilities. Laid on the table subject to call., April 7, 2011
HB 1675 Relating to the fee for a personal identification certificate for a homeless individual. Referred to Homeland Security and Public Safety., March 3, 2011
HB 1779 Relating to an exemption from private security regulation for social workers engaged in the practice of social work. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
HB 1797 Relating to a person's eligibility to obtain a license In social work and to an exemption from the licensing requirement. Effective Immediately., June 17, 2011
HB 1829 Relating to an application for emergency detention and to the transfer to a mental hospital of a person admitted for emergency detention. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
HB 1830 Relating to the method of delivery of certain notices sent by statutory probate court associate Judges. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
HB 2068 Relating to the health professions resource center. Committee report sent to Calendars., May 4, 2011
HB 2069 Relating to the authority of a pharmacist to dispense up to a 90-day supply of dangerous drugs and accelerate refills. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
HB 2320 Relating to regulation of nurse aides. Referred to Public Health., March 10, 2011
HB 2492 Relating to the family allowance, treatment of exempt property, and an allowance In lieu of exempt property in the administration of a decedent's estate. Signed by the Governor., June 17, 2011
HB 2897 Relating to driving safety courses for individuals younger than 25 years of age receiving deferred disposition for certain traffic offenses. Committee report sent to Calendars., May 6, 2011
HB 2964 Relating to the lease of property or hospital facilities by certain hospital districts. Referred to Intergovernmental Relations., May 4, 2011
HB 2965 Relating to the powers and duties of an attorney ad litem appointed for a parent In certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship. Referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 17, 2011
HB 2966 Relating to the confidentiality of certain communications and records made or collected in reference to certain sexual assault survivors. Effective Immediately., June 17, 2011
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2017-023/42 HB 2967 Relating to the authority of the Travis County Healthcare District to make capital or financial contributions to charitable organizations. Committee report sent to Calendars., May 20, 2011
HB 2968 Relating to birth records of adopted children. Referred to Public Health., March 17, 2011
Hb 3033 Relating to retirement under public retirement systems for employees of certain municipalities. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
HB 3126 Relating to priorities for restoration of electric service following an extended power outage. Referred to State Affairs., March 18, 2011
HB 3127 Relating to a Medicaid hospital level of care waiver program for certain medically fragile individuals. No action taken in committee., April 6, 2011
HB 3128 Relating to a review of the home and community-based services workforce. Referred to Human Services., March 18, 2011
HB 3145 Relating to the regulation of chemical dependency counselors. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
HB 3146 Relating to consent for treatment for chemical dependency in a treatment facility and required training for the facility's intake personnel. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
HB 3342 Relating to representation of and by the state and joinder of the state in certain mental health proceedings. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
HB 3404 Relating to establishing a child care advisory committee to advise the Texas Facilities Commission. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
HB 3406 Relating to the authority of a psychologist to delegate certain acts to a person under the psychologist's supervision. Committee report sent to Calendars., May 4, 2011
HB 3616 Relating to designating October as Persons with Disabilities History and Awareness Month. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
HB 3781 Relating to the maintenance by certain hospitals of records regarding certain uncompensated care costs. Referred to Public Health., March 23, 2011
HB 3856 Relating to the proceedings that may be referred to and the powers of a criminal law magistrate in Travis County. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
SB 220 Relating to guardianships, including the assessment of prospective wards for, and the provision of, guardianship services by the Department of Aging and Disability Services. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
SB 436 Relating to the authority of a county to inspect day-care centers and group day-care homes. Effective immediately., June 17, 2011
SB 937 Relating to priorities for restoration of electric service following an extended power outage. Effective on 9/1/2011., June 17, 2011
SB 1025 Relating to service of citation and appointment of an attorney ad litem for an indigent parent in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship. Left pending in committee., May 11, 2011
SB 1443 Relating to the mailing of notices, decisions, and reports by the Texas Ethics Commission. Committee report sent to Calendars., May 21, 2011
SB 1643 Relating to mandatory dismissal deadlines and extended jurisdiction in suits affecting the parent-child relationship to which the Department of Family and Protective Services is a party. Referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., May 16, 2011
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2017-023/117 February 22, 2011
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March 15, 2011
March 22, 2011
March 29, 2011
April 5, 2011
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April 19, 2011
[listed on record as April 26, 2011], April 27, 2011
Floor meeting [announced from the house floor], May 3, 2011
May 4, 2011
May 10, 2011
May 12, 2011
May 17, 2011
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/117 November 28, 2011
March 27, 2012
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2017-023/66 September 17, 2012
Public Health and Human Services Joint Hearing (food insecurity), May 22, 2012
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2017-023/86 February 23, 2011
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March 16, 2011
March 23, 2011
March 30, 2011
April 6, 2011
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Floor meeting [announced from the house floor], April 13, 2011
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2017-023/72 Floor meeting [announced from the house floor], April 21, 2011
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Formal meeting [2], May 3, 2011
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Floor meeting [announced from the house floor], May 6, 2011
Floor meeting [announced from the house floor], May 9, 2011
Pending business, May 16, 2011
May 18, 2011-May 19, 2011
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/72 January 24, 2012
April 11, 2012
May 15, 2012
October 15, 2012
Joint Committee: Public Health and Insurance, February 27, 2012
Joint Legislative Committee on Aging EN [Elliott Naishtat]
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/107 March 22, 2012
Hearing materials
April 26, 2012
Interim Report to the 83rd Texas Legislature (EN) [Elliott Naishtat] (13 copies), 2012
83rd Session and Interim
Bill Packets:
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2017-023/82 Amendments to SB 1, April 4, 2013
HJR 80 Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the authority of the governor to declare a moratorium on the execution of persons convicted of capital offenses. left pending in State Affairs. HB 590 Relating to determining a child's eligibility for a school district's special education program on the basis of a visual impairment. effective 9/1/2013., March 13, 2013
HB 591 Relating to the health professions resource center; Increasing a fee. considered in Calendars., April 17, 2013
HB 592 Relating to the definition of serious mental illness for purposes of certain group health benefit plans. sent to Calendars., April 23, 2013
HB 593 Relating to the expansion of eligibility for medical assistance to certain persons under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. referred to Appropriations., March 5, 2013
HB 1138 Relating to the evaluation and instruction of public school students with visual impairments. referred to Public Ed., February 20, 2013
HB 1139 Relating to the creation of an additional judicial district composed of Travis County. Left pending In Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 11, 2013
HB 1141 no bill packet Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for the supplemental nutrition assistance program. failed to receive affirmative vote in Human Services., April 9, 2013
HB 1737 Relating to the terms of the public members of the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission. laid on the table. SB 777 companion. placed on Local and Consent Calendar., May 2, 2013
HB 1738 Relating to the emergency detention by a peace officer of a person who may have mental illness, including information provided to the person subject to detention and a standard form of notification of detention to be provided to a facility by a peace officer. effective 9/1/2013., June 14, 2013
HB 1740 no bill packet Relating to the electronic monitoring of residents at state supported living centers; providing criminal penalties. left pending in Human Services., April 23, 2013
HB 1741 Relating to requiring child safety alarms in certain vehicles used by child-care facilities to transport children. effective on 6/13/2013., June 14, 2013
HB 1745 Relating to suicide reporting by hospitals and emergency medical care facilities. referred to Public Health., March 4, 2013
HB 2210 Relating to information required to be displayed for the transfer of a manufactured home. placed on General State Calendar., May 8, 2013
HB 2211 Relating to the availability on the Internet of reports of political contributions and expenditures filed in connection with certain county Judicial offices. referred to Senate State Affairs., May 9, 2013
HB 2212 Relating to court-ordered outpatient mental health services. left pending in Public Health. HB 2297 Relating to the licensing and regulation of medical laboratory professionals; providing penalties; Imposing fees. left pending in Public Health., March 27, 2013
HB 2407 Relating to restoration of a person's right to purchase a firearm on termination of a guardianship. effective 1/1/2014., June 14, 2013
HB 2408 Relating to the confidentiality of information in ad valorem tax appraisal records that identifies the home address of certain judges. laid on the table. SB 1896 companion place on Local and Consent calendar., May 10, 2013
HB 2604 Relating to the renewal and extension and modification of a 99-year lease of certain state property to the City of Austin. left pending in State Affairs., March 27, 2013
HB 2618 Relating to the emergency detention of persons with mental Illness. referred to Public Health., March 18, 2013
HB 2619 Relating to the educational needs of children In the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services. effective 9/1/2013, June 14, 2013
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2017-023/109 HB 594 83(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to the medical use of marihuana. EN [Elliott Naishtat], May 1, 2013
HB 1140 83(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to the authority of certain university systems to provide benefits to certain qualified individuals., March 19, 2013
HB 2295 83(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to the payment of costs incurred by the involuntary commitment of persons with mental illness., March 11, 2013
HB 2409 83(R) by Rep. Naishtat relating to a court administrator hired by a statutory probate court., May 6, 2013
Bill Packets
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2017-023/46 HB 2899 Relating to the accumulation and payment of sick leave for certain employees in sheriff's departments in certain counties. no action taken in County Affairs., April 11, 2013
HB 3668 Relating to an individual's responsibilities following an accident reasonably likely to result in injury to or death of a person; imposing criminal penalties. effective 9/1/2013., June 14, 2013
HB 3669 Relating to the recusal or disqualification of a statutory probate judge or other judge authorized to hear probate, guardianship, or mental health matters, and the subsequent assignment of another judge. placed on Senate Intent Calendar., May 22, 2013
HB 3670 Relating to the creation of an additional county court at law in Travis County. referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 21, 2013
HB 3685 Relating to the requirements for the issuance of a driver's license, personal identification certificate, commercial driver's license, or commercial driver learner's permit to a sex offender. referred to Homeland Security and Public Safety., March 21, 2013
HB 3686 Relating to the duties of the Council on Children and Families. referred to Senate Health and Human Services., May 10, 2013
HB 3687 Relating to the provision of and funding for certain primary health care services; repealing a fee. referred to Senate Health and Human Services., May 9, 2013
HB 3688 Relating to the purchase of computer equipment by the Department of Information Resources. placed on General State Calendar., May 9, 2013
HB 3725 Relating to the service of a subpoena for the attendance of a law enforcement agency employee. referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence. no action taken., April 29, 2013
Senate Bills
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2017-023/46 SB 33 Relating to the electronic monitoring of residents at state supported living centers; providing criminal penalties. Zaffirini. effective 5/25/2013., May 25, 2013
SB 34 Relating to the administration of psychoactive medications to persons receiving services in certain facilities. Zaffirini. effective 9/1/2013., June 14, 2013
SB 45 Relating to the provision of employment assistance and supported employment to certain Medicaid waiver program participants. Zaffirini. effective 6/14/2013., June 14, 2013
SB 53 Relating to the definition of "advanced life support" for the purposes of providing emergency medical services. left pending in House Public Health., May 8, 2013
SB 128 Relating to criminal history record information concerning certain applicants and clients of the Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services. Nelson. effective 6/14/2013., June 14, 2013
SB 250 Relating to the requirements of using certain technology to conduct certain mental health hearings or proceedings. EN [Elliott Naishtat] filed HB 2296 similar. EN [Elliott Naishtat] not listed as House Sponsor. West. left pending in Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., May 6, 2013
SB 421 Relating to the Texas System of Care and the development of local mental health systems of care for certain children Relating to the Texas System of Care and the development of local mental health systems of care for certain children. Zaffirini. effective 9/1/2017, June 14, 2013
SB 630 Relating to certain obligations of and limitations on residential landlords. Carona. effective 1/1/2014., June 14, 2013
SB 646 Relating to court-ordered outpatient mental health services. Deuell. effective 9/1/2013. SB 717 Relating to consent by a minor to housing or care provided through a transitional living program. West. effective 6/14/2013., June 14, 2013
SB 768 Relating to suits affecting the parent-child relationship. Uresti. placed on Local and Consent Calendar. Withdrawn from L[ocal] and C[onsent] Calendar. sent back to L[ocal] and C[onsent] Committee., May 22, 2013
SB 913 Relating to the reexamination of an applicant for a professional counselor license. Lucio. effective 6/14/2013., June 14, 2013
SB 1023 Relating to the renewal and extension and modification of a 99-year lease of certain state property to the City of Austin. Watson. effective 6/14/2013., June 14, 2013
SB 1235 Relating to guardianships, including assessments for and provision of guardianship services by the Department of Aging and Disability Services. West. This Act take effect January 1, 2014, except Section 1 takes effect September 1, 2013., June 14, 2013
SB 1842 Relating to restraint and seclusion procedures and reporting at certain facilities. Deuell. effective 6/14/2013., June 14, 2013
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2017-023/128 Bill Packet Notes Staff Meetings, 2013
Bill Drafts:
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2017-023/128 83R 4357, 2013
83R 754, 2013
83R 23740, 2013
83S1 0370, 2013
83R 22731, 2013
83R 6326, 2013
83R 5193, 2013
83R 3241, 2013
83R 1110, 2013
83R 1123, 2013
83R 1107, 2013
83R 1087, 2013
83R 5772, 2013
83R 1864, 2013
83R 319, 2013
83R 1864, 2013
83R 30092, 2013
83R 1002, 2013
83R 998, 2013
Committees
Human Services
Hearings
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2017-023/23 February 13, 2013
February 19, 2013
February 26, 2013
March 5, 2013
March 12, 2013
March 19, 2013
March 26, 2013
April 2, 2013
April 9, 2013
April 11, 2013
April 16, 2013
Formal meeting, April 18, 2013
April 23, 2013
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2017-023/26 April 25, 2013
April 30, 2013
SB 7, April 30, 2013
Formal meeting, May 4, 2013
May 7, 2013
Formal meeting, May 13, 2013
May 14, 2013
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/21 Interim Charges
Interim- SB 7
Foster Care Redesign
September 3, 2014
Public Health
Hearings
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2017-023/26 February 13, 2013
February 20, 2013
February 27, 2013
March 6, 2013
March 13, 2013
March 21, 2013
March 27, 2013
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2017-023/25 April 4, 2013
April 10, 2013
Formal meetings
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2017-023/25 April 17, 2013
April 24, 2013
May 1, 2013
May 8, 2013
[2], May 13, 2013
May 15, 2013
Hearing materials
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/21 April 7, 2014
April 14, 2014
Interim Charges
Sunset
Legislative Committee on Aging Interim Charges
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2017-023/107 Joint Legislative Committee on Aging EN [Elliott Naishtat] Interim Hearing, October 2, 2014
84th Session and Interim
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2017-023/34 HCR 65 Designating the western honey bee as the official State Pollinator of Texas. Signed by the Governor., June 10, 2015
HB 837 Relating to the medical use of marihuana; providing a defense to prosecution for possession of marihuana. Left pending in committee., April 28, 2015
HB 838 Relating to coverage for serious mental illness under certain group health benefit plans. Referred to Business and Commerce., May 20, 2015
HB 839 Relating to the reinstatement of eligibility of certain children released from a juvenile facility for benefits under the medical assistance and child health plan programs. Effective immediately., June 18, 2015
HB 840 Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for the supplemental nutrition assistance program . Left pending in committee., April 13, 2015
HB 841 Relating to the health professions resource center; increasing a fee. Referred to Human Services., March 2, 2015
HB 842 Relating to review of public school Instructional materials for compliance with accessibility standards. Referred to Public Education., March 2, 2015
HB 843 Relating to housing services provided through the transitional living services program to certain children in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services. Laid on the table subject to call., May 8, 2015
HB 1329 Relating to the payment of costs incurred by the involuntary commitment of persons with mental illness. Effective on 9/1/2015., June 17, 2015
HB 1330 Relating to the payment of costs incurred by the involuntary commitment of persons with mental illness. Left pending in committee., May 5, 2015
HB 1333 Relating to a request for a customer record of a financial Institution for guardianship purposes. Withdrawn from schedule., April 27, 2015
HB 1337 Relating to requiring institutions and assisted living facilities to maintain guardianship orders of residents. Effective o 9/1/2015., June 17, 2015
HB 1338 Relating to training for peace officers and first responders on certain persons affected by trauma. Effective on 9/1/2015., June 17, 2015
HB 1545 Relating to the creation of the State Cemetery preservation trust fund. Laid on the table subject to call., May 7, 2015
HB 1768 Relating to the use of the universal service fund to provide Internet service to certain persons with an impairment of hearing. Referred to State Affairs., March 12, 2015
HB 1804 Relating to notice by campuses and open-enrollment charter schools about events that may significantly impact the education of certain foster children. Effective on 9/1/2015., June 17, 2015
HB 1807 Relating to requiring the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to maintain an inventory of postsecondary educational programs and services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Effective immediately., June 17, 2015
HB 1809 Relating to creation of an employment-first task force advisory committee. Referred to Human Services., March 16, 2015
HB 1811 Relating to a study of the participation of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities in public higher education. Left pending in committee., May 4, 2015
HB 1820 Relating to a prescription drug misuse awareness component of the health curriculum used in public schools. Referred to Public Education., March 12, 2015
HB 1852 Relating to certain assessments for children in the conservatorship of the Department of Family and Protective Services. Laid on the table subject to call., April 29, 2015
HB 1873 Relating to a pilot project to evaluate the use of self-directed mental health services in the integrated Medicaid managed care system. Left pending in committee., April 13, 2015
HB 1908 Relating to the continuity of care for offenders with mental impairments. Effective on 9/ 1/ 2015., June 17, 2015
HB 1921 Relating to requiring criminal history record information concerning a family member being proposed to serve as a guardian of a ward or proposed ward. Referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 17, 2015
HB 1922 Relating to a court administrator hired by a statutory probate court. No action taken in committee., April 21, 2015
HB 1923 Relating to qualifications of special judges. Effective on 9/1/2015., June 19, 2015
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2017-023/3 HB 2023 Relating to the appointment of a forensic director responsible for statewide coordination and oversight of forensic mental health services overseen by the Department of State Health Services. Laid on the table subject to call., May 8, 2015
HB 2042 Relating to the expiration date of a driver's license, personal identification certificate, commercial driver's license, or commercial driver learner's permit issued to a sex offender; increasing a fee. Left pending in committee., April 14, 2015
HB 2048 Relating to the delivery of mental health services and supports under a system of care framework to minors who have or are at risk of developing a serious emotional disturbance or who are at risk of being removed from the minor's home. Referred to Health and Human Services., May 18, 2015
HB 2140 Relating to the creation by the Department of Family and Protective Services of positions and organizations to facilitate the provision of services to foster youth. Left pending in committee on 5/11/2015. HB 2274 Relating to a suit to contest the validity of a will admitted to probate. Left pending in committee., May 21, 2015
HB 2275 Relating to the authority of certain university systems to provide benefits to certain qualified individuals. Referred to Higher Education., March 17, 2015
HB 2584 Relating to the authority of the executive commissioner of the Health and Human Services Commission to adopt rules defining certain medical conditions. Referred to Health and Human Services., May 5, 2015
HB 2585 Relating to implementation of a rapid response system in certain hospitals. Referred to Public Health., March 16, 2015
HB 2588 Relating to disclosures by nursing facilities and assisted living facilities regarding certification or classification to provide specialized care, treatment, or personal care services to residents with Alzheimer's disease or related disorders and the authority of the executive commissioner of the Health and Human Services Commission to adopt rules defining those conditions; adding requirements for an occupational license. Effective immediately., June 20, 2015
HB 2666 Relating to the exclusion of certain resources in determining eligibility for the supplemental nutrition assistance program. Left pending in committee., May 4, 2015
HB 2692 Relating to the definition of a dependent for health benefit plans offered by certain university systems. Referred to Higher Education., March 17, 2015
HB 2726 Relating to the authority of a county clerk to charge a reasonable fee for services for which a fee is not otherwise prescribed. Left pending In committee., April 9, 2015
HB 2920 Relating to the eligibility of a former or retired statutory probate court judge for assignment as a visiting Judge. Referred to State Affairs., May 12, 2015
HB 3011 Relating to the lease of undeveloped real property by certain hospital districts. Referred to County Affairs., March 23, 2015
HB 3136 Relating to the use of a small estate affidavit to distribute certain intestate estates. Effective on 9/1/2015., June 19, 2015
HB 3137 Relating to the use of unsworn declarations for filing certain annual reports by guardians of the person. Referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 23, 2015
HB 3139 Relating to prompt action by certain holders of preferred debt and lien claims against secured property of a decedent's estate. Referred to State Affairs., May 18, 2015
HB 3183 Relating to an advance directive and do-not-resuscitate order of a pregnant patient. Left pending in committee., April 15, 2015
HB 3528 Relating to change orders for certain local government contracts. Referred to Urban Affairs., March 18, 2015
HB 3643 Relating to temporary guardianships pending contest. Referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 19, 2015
HB 3663 Relating to the temporary continuation of utility service for real property of a decedent. Referred to State Affairs., March 19, 2015
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2017-023/30 HB 3670 Relating to an environmental service fee charged by an institution of higher education. Referred to Higher Education., May 18, 2015
HB 3672 Relating to expedited credentialing for certain licensed clinical social workers under the Medicaid managed care program. Referred to Health and Human Services., May 18, 2015
HB 3676 Relating to chemical dependency treatment facilities. Referred to Human Services., March 19, 2015
HB 3999 Relating to the exemption of certain persons from licensure as a professional counselor or social worker. Left pending in committee on 4/28/2015., April 28, 2015
HB 4058 Relating to intervention in guardianship proceedings. Referred to Judiciary and Civil Jurisprudence., March 23, 2015
HB 4111 Relating to the release of certain child fatality and near fatality information for abused or neglected children. Reported favorably as substituted., May 6, 2015
SB 968 Relating to a prescription drug misuse awareness component of the health curriculum used in public schools. Effective immediately., June 19, 2015
SB 1496 Relating to background checks conducted by the Department of Family and Protective Services for certain child-care providers. Effective 9/1/2015., June 17, 2015
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2017-023/109 Bill draft 84R 8452 relating to a suit to contest the validity of a will admitted to probate.
Committees
Human Services
Hearings
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2017-023/79 February 9, 2015
February 16, 2015
February 23, 2015
May 2, 2015
May 9, 2015
May 16, 2015
May 23, 2015
May 30, 2015
May 30, 2015
April 6, 2015
April 13, 2015
HB 1973 by Rep. Schaefer- Notes, April 13, 2015
April 20, 2015
April 27, 2015
May 4, 2015
May 11, 2015
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/182 December 15, 2015
March 8, 2016
May 17. 2016
November 21, 2016
Public Health
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2017-023/182 Notes
Hearings
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2017-023/75 February 17, 2015
March 3, 2015
March 10, 2015
March 17, 2015
March 24, 2015
March 31, 2015
[2], April 7, 2015
[2], April 14, 2015
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2017-023/113 [2], April 21, 2015
[2], April 28, 2015
May 5, 2015
May 12, 2015
May 19, 2015
Interim Hearings
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2017-023/182 February 10, 2016
April 5, 2016
May 19, 2016
Constituent, Subject and Administrative Files
Constituent Correspondence
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2017-023/147 July 2010-2011
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2017-023/165 1997-1999
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2017-023/17 April 2003-June 2010
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2017-023/175 2000-2002
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2017-023/183 Letters and emails, 2010-2011
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2017-023/52 Congratulations, 2004
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2017-023/64 2014
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2017-023/90 1992-2004
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2017-023/94 Miscellaneous, 2003-2004
Non-constituent Letters, 2003-2004
Non-answerable Mail, 2003-2004
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2017-023/32 Correspondents [Correspondence] scanned into CMS, December 2012-May 2014
Constituent Files
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2017-023/129 Hanson - Younglove, 1993-1998
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2017-023/130 Bunting - Gourdava - Gordon, 1998
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2017-023/170 02-01, 2001-2002
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2017-023/112 DFPS Foster Care - child care hearing cases
Riggs and Aleshire - Dottie F[illegible], 2013
Robert Daniels case, 2002
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2017-023/64 Cap Metro STS Taxi Voucher, 2008
Capitol Bus Stop, 2008
Barbara Beal Cap Metro Cab Voucher, 2010
Gail Lindsey Westlake Hills Para Transit, circa 2003-circa 2014
Cap Metro Lawsuit Para Transit, 2011
Adoption Subsidy Files, circa 2003-circa 2014
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2017-023/166 December 2012
January 2013
February 2013
March 2013
April 2013
May 2013
June 2013
July 2013
August 2013
September 2013
October 2013
November 2013
Subject Files
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2017-023/90 Broadband Internet, circa 1992-circa 2005
Jan Fulton, circa 1992-circa 2005
Natural Gas, circa 1992-circa 2005
Wireless Network, circa 1992-circa 2005
Phones, circa 1992-circa 2005
Electric Clips, circa 1992-circa 2005
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2017-023/68 Medically Fragile Children, 1994
Medicaid and Medicare clips, 1997
Welfare clips, 1997
PASARR (Pre admission screening and annual resident review)
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2017-023/68 information and background clips, 1997
communications, correspondence and interim study, 1997
Gun bill drafting information, 1997
Shooting Range, 1997
Shooting Range Noise, 1997
New Triangle Plan, 1999
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2017-023/70 General, circa 1994-circa 1997
Texas Comm[ission] For Deaf and Hearing Impaired, circa 1994-circa 1997
MD Anderson [Cancer Center], circa 1994-circa 1997
Disabled Park Access, circa 1994-circa 1997
Bureau of Epidemiology, circa 1994-circa 1997
Texas Council on Family Violence, circa 1994-circa 1997
Passive Perpetrators, circa 1994-circa 1997
Gun Control, circa 1994-circa 1997
76R5480 Relating to creating offenses of the unlawful transfer to or purchase of the handgun by a person who has not taken a handgun proficiency and safety course., circa 1994-circa 1997
Drug and Alcohol Abuse, circa 1994-circa 1997
One Stop Connection Pilot Projects and C.A.P.S [Clemency and Parole System], circa 1994-circa 1997
HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission] Statistical Data, October 1996
Managed Care HMOs, circa 1994-circa 1997
HB 1188/HJR 31 (75R) home equity, circa 1994-circa 1997
Housing Issues, circa 1994-circa 1997
National Coalition For the Homeless, circa 1994-circa 1997
Immigration, circa 1994-circa 1997
Longhorn Pipeline, circa 1994-circa 1997
Gun Range Issues, circa 1994-circa 1997
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2017-023/102 ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act] info, 1997
AIDS in Texas 1996, 1996
Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care, 1997
Austin Interfaith Council, 1997
Cancer, 1997
Camp Mabry, 1997
Capitol Connection, 1997
Cap Metro, 1997
Rail/Transportation, 1997
Commuter Rail, 1997
Childhood Lead Poisoning, 1997
Infant Mortality Reduction, 1997
Child Labor Laws, 1997
Correspondence for HB 3128 regulation of shooting ranges, 1997
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2017-023/67 Asset Test Review, 2003
Consumer Ombudsman, 2003
Hospital Districts, 2003
Housing for Disabilities, 2003
HTF (Housing Trust Fund) Drivers License Fee, 2003
Judicial Review, 2003
Emergency PC, 2003
IDA [Individual Development Accounts] Disregard, 2003
Medicaid Reimbursement Rate Study, 2003
Non-Profit Child Care, 2003
Protective Order Sexual Assault, 2003
Sexual Assault TAASA [Texas Association Against Sexual Assault], 2003
Sexual Assault Referral Program, 2003
Step Parent Income Disregard, 2003
Suicide Prevention, 2003
TANF-SP [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families State Program], 2003
TANF [Temporary Assistance for Needy Families] Work, 2003
Transitional Living Tuition Exemption, 2003
TRC [Texas Rehabilitation Commission] Promoting Independence, 2003
TRC [Texas Rehabilitation Commission] Independence initiatives Work, 2003
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2017-023/53 Water, 2003
Constituent Mail and Subject Files
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2017-023/53 Constituent emails regarding HB 29 (78th 4th Called Session) Relating to health coverage and a compensations supplementation program for active school employees., 2003
United Equine Foundation, 2003
UIL [University Interscholastic League], 2003
Video Lottery, 2003
War (Iraq), 2003
HB 2458 (78R) Expansion of Wind Power, 2003
SB 770 (78R) Wine Sales, 2003
SB 319/HB 246 (78R) Relating to the death or injury to an unborn child., 2003
Homeowners Insurance/Auto Insurance, 2003
Various topics, 2002-2003
State Employees, 2003
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2017-023/94 Gay Marriage, 2003-2004
Health Insurance, 2003-2004
Health and Human Services, 2003-2004
Home Health Nursing Services, 2003-2004
Indian tribes, 2003-2004
Insurance, 2003-2004
Jewish Community Association of Austin, 2003-2004
Job Applicants, 2003-2004
Juvenile Justice, 2003-2004
Landfills, 2003-2004
Landfills Correspondence, 2003-2004
Medicaid and CHIP, 2003-2004
Medicaid Dialysis Treatments, 2003-2004
Marihuana, 2003-2004
Mental Health, 2003-2004
Payroll Tax, 2003-2004
Public School Finance (78th 4th Called Session), 2003-2004
Public School Finance/Health Insurance/Vouchers, 2003-2004
State Income Tax, 2003-2004
Redistricting, 2003-2004
Resolved miscellaneous issues, 2003-2004
Safe Place, 2003-2004
Sobriety Checkpoints, 2003-2004
TANF[Temporary Assistance for Needy Families]/Welfare, 2003-2004
Teachers, 2003-2004
TX [Texas] Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 2003-2004
TX [Texas] Dept. of Health, 2003-2004
TXDOT [[Texas Department of Transportation], 2003-2004
TX [Texas] Impact, 2003-2004
TX [Texas] School For the Deaf, 2003-2004
TX [Texas] Unemployment Insurance, 2003-2004
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2017-023/52 ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act], 2004
Animals, 2004
Arts, 2004
Budget letters/human services, 2004
Oppose execution of Henry Dunn (2003), 2003
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 2004
HB 2292 (78R) HHSC [Health and Human Services Commission] reorg[anization], 2004
Clinical Nutritionists, 2004
Cigarette Tax, 2004
CPS [Child Protective Services], 2004
Children with Disabilities, 2004
Criminal Justice, 2004
Death Penalty, 2004
DPS [Department of Public Safety], 2004
Education/Public School Finance, 2004
Education/Salaries and Insurance, 2004
Elementary School Cookbook, 2004
Emergency Contraception, 2004
Employment Benefits, 2004
Employment Discrimination, 2004
E-Waste (without return addresses), 2004
E-Waste Texas Campaign for the Environment, 2004
Environment, 2004
Family Issues, 2004
Foster Parents, 2004
GLBT [gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered] Issues, 2004
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2017-023/54 HB 1 (79th 3rd Called Session) against CAMPO and Toll Roads, 2005-2006
Coal Power Plants, 2005-2006
Congratulations, 2005-2006
Electricity Rate Relief, 2005-2006
Campaign Contribution Limits, 2005-2006
Equality, 2005-2006
Gun Control, 2005-2006
HB 1 and 2 (79th 3rd Called Session) make school children priority, 2005-2006
HB 3 (79th 3rd Called Session) Supreme Court funding ruling, 2005-2006
HB 5 (79th 3rd Called Session) $1 cigarette tax increase, 2005-2006
Health Care for School employees vs. SB 1 (79th 3rd Called Session) Relating to the compensation and benefits of public school employees, the academic and fiscal accountability of public schools, and the improvement of public schools., 2005-2006
Homosexual Foster Parents, 2005-2006
Immigration Issues, 2005-2006
Landfill Regulations, 2005-2006
Meaningful Insurance Reform, 2005-2006
Offers for Help With Foster Care Study, 2005-2006
Opposition to Committee Substitute HB 1 (79th Third Called Session) Relating to public school finance, property tax relief, public school accountability and programs, and related matters; making an appropriation., 2005-2006
Prison Mail/Criminal Justice, 2005-2006
Privatized Call Centers, 2005-2006
Public School Funding, 2005-2006
State Park Funding, 2005-2006
HJR 6 (79R) Proposing a constitutional amendment providing that marriage in this state consists only of the union of one man and one woman and HJR 19 (79R) Proposing a constitutional amendment relating to the recognition of a same-sex marriage or civil union., 2005-2006
TABC/SIP [Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission/Sales to Intoxicated Persons] Program, 2005-2006
TAHC/NAIS [Texas Animal Health Commission/ National Animal Identification System], 2005-2006
Animal and Premisis [Premises] Registration HB 1361 {79R) Relating to the development of an animal identification program; providing a criminal penalty., 2005-2006
Teacher Retirement System, 2005-2006
Thanks for requesting conference committee on CSHB1 [Committee Substitute HB1], 2005-2006
Tort Reform, 2005-2006
Texas Residential Construction Commission, 2005-2006
Water Conservation, 2005-2006
Miscellaneous, 2005-2006
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2017-023/148 Alcohol and Drug Issues, 2005-2009
Animal Treatment, 2005-2009
Breed Specific Legislation, 2005-2009
Constituent Issues, 2005-2009
Death Penalty, 2005-2009
Education Issues, 2005-2009
Environment, 2005-2009
Film Industry, 2005-2009
Gay Rights, 2005-2009
Gambling, 2005-2009
Government Agency Issues, 2005-2009
Gun Issues, 2005-2009
Health Care, 2005-2009
Jail Mail, 2005-2009
Landfill Legislation, 2005-2009
Medical Marihuana, 2005-2009
Privacy, 2005-2009
Sexed, 2005-2009
Smoking, 2005-2009
Stillborn Birth Issues, 2005-2009
Taxes, 2005-2009
Technology, 2005-2009
Telecommunications, 2005-2009
Texas Producer Take Back, 2005-2009
Transportation, 2005-2009
Voter ID/Voter Fraud, 2005-2009
Vouchers, 2005-2009
Women's Issues, 2005-2009
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2017-023/35 Miscellaneous, 2005-2007
Parks and Land Conservation, 2005-2007
Coal Burning Power Plants, 2005-2007
Landfill, 2005-2007
Insurance Reform, 2005-2007
Talton Amendment to SB 6 (79R) Relating to protective services and certain family law matters; providing penalties re: Homosexual Foster Parents, 2005-2007
SB 1523 (79R) Relating to air pollutant emissions from electric generating facilities; providing for an administrative penalty. Mercury Emissions, 2005-2007
State Employee Benefits and Pay, 2005-2007
HB 65 (79R) Relating to establishing a pilot program for Bexar County for the designation and, 2005-2007
enforcement of drug-free zones; providing penalties., 2005-2007
HB 2644 (79R) Relating to delay in the deregulation of certain electric utilities., 2005-2007
Toll Roads, 2005-2007
HB 1547 (80R) Relating to Inclusion of pets and other companion animals in protective orders; providing a penalty., 2005-2007
Women's Health, 2005-2007
Iraq, 2005-2007
Texas Parks, 2005-2007
School Vouchers, 2005-2007
HB 1355 (80R) Relating to dog attacks on persons; creating an offense., 2005-2007
Public Health, 2005-2007
Prison Reform, 2005-2007
TYC Texas Youth Commission, 2005-2007
HB 1287 (80R) Relating to public school elective courses providing academic study of the Bible., 2005-2007
Tobacco, 2005-2007
Texas CURE [Citizens United For Rehabilitation of Errants], 2005-2007
Liquor Laws, 2005-2007
Horse Slaughter, 2005-2007
Film Industry, 2005-2007
TAKS [Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills], 2005-2007
Education, 2005-2007
Drunk Reckless Driving, 2005-2007
Immigration, 2005-2007
Gun Control, 2005-2007
Deadly Force for Home Protection, 2005-2007
Texas Poker Act, 2005-2007
Employee Free Choice Act, 2005-2007
Clean Cars, 2005-2007
Minimum Wage, 2005-2007
Walmart, 2005-2007
Sex Offenders, 2005-2007
Miscellaneous Taxes, 2005-2007
Miscellaneous, 2005-2007
State Preservation Board, 2005-2007
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2017-023/166 TCE (Texas Campaign for the Environment) E-Waste Producer Take Back, 2012-2013
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2017-023/36 Bail Out, 2005-2009
CHIP [Children's Health Insurance Program], 2005-2009
Constituent Issues, 2005-2009
Death Penalty, 2005-2009
Dog Issues, 2005-2009
Drug Issues, 2005-2009
Education, 2005-2009
Energy Issues, 2005-2009
Environment, 2005-2009
Film Industry, 2005-2009
Gun Control, 2005-2009
Health Care Issues, 2005-2009
Highways, 2005-2009
Jail Mail, 2005-2009
Marihuana, 2005-2009
Public Safety, 2005-2009
Smoking Ban, 2005-2009
State Employee Issues, 2005-2009
Stem Cell Research, 2005-2009
Texas Computer Take Back Law, 2005-2009
TRS Teacher Retirement System, 2005-2009
TEA TX [Texas] Education Agency, 2005-2009
Transportation, 2005-2009
Voting, 2005-2009
Women's Right To Choose, 2005-2009
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2017-023/31 E-Waste, 2007-2008
Arts, 2007-2008
Child Safety, 2007-2008
Children's Health, 2007-2008
Domestic Violence, 2007-2008
Education, 2007-2008
Environment, 2007-2008
ERS [Employees Retirement System], 2007-2008
Clemency Pardons and Jail Mail, 2007-2008
The NFL Network, 2007-2008
Immigration, 2007-2008
Job Seekers, 2007-2008
Landfills, 2007-2008
Legislative Issues, 2007
Nursing Homes, 2007-2008
Public Health/Health Care, 2007-2008
Public Safety/Crime, 2007-2008
State Agencies/Misc[ellaneous] Issues, 2007-2008
Taxes, 2007-2008
Transportation, 2007-2008
Voting Issues, 2007-2008
Administrative Files
Dorothy Browne's Working Files
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2017-023/44 Newsletters - 72nd - 84th Legislative Sessions, 1991-2015
Press Releases, Op-Eds, Letters to Editors
Redistricting, Texas Legislative Council has files beginning with the 2000 census due to a "legislative hold" on current litigation (includes the Voter ID case), 2000-2001
Open Records Requests and Responses, 2010-2016
Amicus Briefs Rep. Naishtat signed on to
Joint letters Rep. Naishtat has signed, 2008-2016
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2017-023/38 Campaign Finance/Contributions, 2000-2016
Internet Sales/ Amazon, et al., 2000-2016
Medical Marijuana, 2000-2016
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2017-023/144 Criminal Justice, 2000-2016
Death Penalty Study Commission, 2000-2016
Death Penalty Mortorium [moratorium] on Executions, 2000-2016
Gun Control, 2000-2016
Public Integrity Unit, 2000-2016
Courts, 2000-2016
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2017-023/155 State Land in City of Austin and Neighborhood Issues, 2000-2016
Fire Safety, 2000-2016
State Employees and Retirees, 2000-2016
Public School Employees and Retirees, 2000-2016
Office Interns, 2000-2016
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2017-023/177 Miscellaneous Casework (also includes prisons and jails), 2000-2016
Nancy Walker
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2017-023/118 Constituent Letters, 1999-2001
Constituent Cases: Dottie McClellan, Hope For Children, 1999-2001
HB 714 Newborn Hearing Screening info, 1999
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2017-023/123 Notes/Files on Legislation: MHMR [Mental Health and Mental Retardation], PRS/APS [Protective and Regulatory Services/Adult Protective Services], Surrogate Parent (Foster Kids), Housing for Elderly, Housing for MI, 1999
Nursing Delegation, 1999
Texas Rate Payers - Utility Discounts, 1999
Misc[ellaneous] Constituent Letters, 2001-2002
Judy Dale
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2017-023/64 HR (House Resolution) Requests, circa 2003-circa 2014
HR1s 82nd Session, 2011
HR Requests 82nd Session, 2010
HR Requests, October 2006-October 2008
HR Requests, 2003-2004
Honorary Page Program 79th Session, 2005
Flags, circa 2003-circa 2014
Texas Flags Sold January, January 2005 - October 2006
Flag Requests, 2003-2004
Honorary Page 78th Session, 2003
Intern and Applicants Summer, 2005-2009

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