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House Committee on Agriculture and Livestock - 69th R.S. (1985)

Committee Members
Robert Saunders, Chair
Phyllis Robinson, Vice Chair
Dudley Harrison, Chair - Budget & Oversight
Steve Carriker
Robert Earley
Eldon Edge
L.B. Kubiak
Pete Patterson
Rick Perry
• Study the effects on agriculture of the water plan enacted in HB 2, 69th Legislature, Regular Session.
• Study the efficacy of current commodity buyer registration requirements.
• Study federal and private sources of financing and interagency contracting practices of the State's agricultural agencies.
• Study the status and effectiveness of the brucellosis control program.
• Study the State's role in the provision of credit for agricultural enterprises.
• Study the effects of HB 1741, 69th Legislature, Regular Session, relating to agricultural liens.
• Study the implementation of the Texas Brush Control Program.
• Monitor all activities and to have budget oversight responsibilities for the following agencies: State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners; Structural Pest Control Board; Texas Rodent and Predatory Animal Control Service; Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory; Natural Fibers and Food Protein Commission; State Soil and Water Conservation Board; Texas Animal Health Commission; Texas Agricultural Extension Service; Texas Agricultural Experiment Station; Texas Department of Agriculture.*

2nd C.S.: No change in committee appointments, 8/26/1986.

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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