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House Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations, Select - 83rd R.S. (2013)

Committee Members
Carol Alvarado, Co-Chair
Dan Flynn, Co-Chair
Naomi Gonzalez
Eric Johnson
Lyle Larson
Trey Martinez Fischer
Charles Perry
Four Price
Charges
• The committee shall monitor the conduct of individuals appointed to offices of the executive branch of state government, including university regents, to ensure that such officers are acting in the best interest of the agencies and institutions they govern. In accordance with Chapter 665, Government Code, the committee shall have the authority to investigate matters relating to misconduct, malfeasance, misfeasance, abuse of office, or incompetency of such officers, and may propose appropriate articles of impeachment against such officers if the committee determines that grounds for impeachment exist.

Note:
Established under Rule 1, Section 16 (Proclamation, Speaker Joe Straus, 1/31/2013). Jurisdiction expanded by Proclamation, Speaker Joe Straus, 6/25/2013.

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