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Senate Committee on Jurisprudence - 67th R.S. (1981)

Committee Members
Oscar Mauzy, Chair
Bill Meier, Vice Chair
Kent A. Caperton
Lloyd Doggett
Ray Farabee
Robert J. 'Bob' Glasgow
Walter Mengden
Carl Parker
H. Tati Santiesteban
• Initiate a study of the Texas workers' compensation laws.
• Initiate a study of railroad crossings in Texas and how safety at such crossings can be improved and a study of the need for state inspections of rails and rail equipment.
• Initiate a study of the application and implementation of the Texas Open Records Act (Article 6525-16a); request the L.B.J. School of Public Affairs to conduct this study in the form of a policy research project.

Charged by SR 723, SR 721, and SR 720.

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