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SB 821, 65th Regular Session
Relating to autopsies on children who die suddenly and unexpectedly; recognizing the term "Sudden Infand Death Syndrome" as a cause of death certification when appropriate; directing the Texas Department of Health Resourcs to develop a program outline for consultation and information about "SIDS".

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
S Filed   03/04/1977
S Read first time   03/07/1977
S Referred to Committee on Human Resources   03/07/1977
S Considered by committee in public hearing   03/22/1977
S Reported from committee favorably   03/22/1977
S Rules suspended   04/05/1977
S Read second time and passed to engrossment   04/05/1977
S Third reading   04/05/1977
S Passed   04/05/1977
S Sent to House   04/06/1977
H Received from the Senate   04/06/1977
H Read first time   04/06/1977
H Referred to Committee on Health and Welfare   04/06/1977
H Considered by committee in public hearing   05/05/1977
H Reported from committee favorably without amendments   05/05/1977
H Referred to Committee on Calendars   05/09/1977
H Assigned to General State Calendar   05/13/1977
H Read second time   05/18/1977
H Passed to third reading   05/18/1977
H Read third time   05/19/1977
H Passed   05/19/1977
H Sent to Senate   05/19/1977
S House passage reported   05/19/1977
S Signed   05/20/1977
H Signed   05/20/1977
S Sent to Governor   05/20/1977
S Signed by Governor   06/15/1977
S 90 Day Bill   06/15/1977

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