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Mandated Health Benefits - 76th R.S. (1999)

Committee Members
Pete Gallego, Co-Chair
Jane Nelson, Co-Chair
Kip Averitt
Gonzalo Barrientos
John Carona
Craig Eiland
Patricia Gray
Frank Madla
Steve Ogden
John Smithee
Charges
• HB 1919, 76th Legislature, Regular Session, charged the Committee to study and make recommendations on the following:
the effect of mandated benefits on the cost and accessibility of health benefit coverages
• the effect of mandated benefits on improving and maintaining the health of Texans
• the number and percentage of residents making claims for the mandated benefits
• the impact and feasibility of eliminating, revising, or providing alternatives to mandated benefits.

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