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House Committee on Child Abuse/Neglect and Child Pornography, Select - 67th R.S. (1981)

Committee Members
Doyle Willis, Chair
Bill Presnal, Vice Chair
Dick Burnett
Bill Ceverha
Bill Hollowell
René O. Oliveira
Senfronia Thompson
June Bucy
Tim Curry
Howard Lederer
Jane Macon
Charges
• Continue to study child abuse in Texas. Conduct in-depth studies, encourage and take testimony from professionals and lay persons in the field, and pursue all possible research avenues in an effort to develop additional legislation for the 68th legislature.
• Meet as necessary during the interim, with state and local governmental entities providing assistance, information and cooperation to the Committee as it works towards the common goal of eradication of child abuse, neglect and pornography from our society.

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