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House Committee on State, Federal and International Relations - 71st R.S. (1989)

Committee Members
Al Granoff, Chair
Henry Cuellar, Vice Chair
Karyne Jones Conley
Renato Cuellar
Jack Harris
Samuel Hudson III
Bob Hunter
Kenny Marchant
Ciro Rodriguez
• To monitor all activities and to have budget oversight responsibilities for those agencies, boards and commissions as listed in Rule 3, Section 33.
• To study the impact of health, environmental immigration and infrastructure improvements on the economy of the Texas-Mexico border area.
• To study the existing maquiladora programs along the Texas-Mexico border and determine means by which foreign investment and participation can be enhanced.
• To study the implementation and development of the European state of Texas International Trade Offices and the impact of the European Common Market (Europe 92) on international trade in Texas.
• To study the implementation and development of the Asian State of Texas International Offices.
• To study federal allocation of funds in Texas, including defense, research and federal formula programs and the role of the Office of State and Federal Relations.
• To study international agriculture (joint study with Agriculture and Livestock).

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