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House Committee on Human Services - 70th R.S. (1987)

Committee Members
Erwin W. Barton, Chair
Anne Cooper, Vice Chair
Fred Blair
Renato Cuellar
Robert Earley
Kent Grusendorf
Jerald H. Larry
Jack Vowell
Richard Waterfield
Charges
• To monitor all activities and have budget oversight responsibilities for those agencies, boards, and commissions as listed in Rule 3, Section 17.
• To study the efficiency and economy of the regional boundaries of human service agencies. (Joint study with House Committee on Public Health).
• To study the feasibility of establishing a co-payment support assistance system based on ability to pay by parents of children in state supported residential care programs.
• To study and monitor federal welfare reforms and evaluate the impact of such programs on the state AFDC program and state finances.
• To study the Vendor Drug Program in the Department of Human Services.

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