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85th Regular Session, 2017
HB 2395 (85th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to testing for lead contamination in public school drinking water.
  Author: Collier, Nicole | et. al.
  Committees: Public Education
  Last Action: Committee report sent to Calendars
HB 3695 (85th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to lead in drinking water at schools and child care facilities.
  Author: Farrar, Jessica
  Committees: Public Education
  Last Action: Referred to Public Education
SB 1580 (85th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the testing of drinking water from and the replacement and repair of drinking water outlets and water lines on publicly owned and operated property.
  Author: Garcia, Sylvia
  Committees: Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs
  Last Action: Referred to Agriculture, Water, & Rural Affairs
SB 1587 (85th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to lead in drinking water at public schools.
  Author: Garcia, Sylvia | et. al.
  Committees: Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs
  Last Action: Not again placed on intent calendar

85th 1st Called Session, 2017
HB 335 (85th 1st C.S.)
  Caption: Relating to testing for lead contamination in public school drinking water.
  Author: Collier, Nicole
  Committees: Public Education
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

81st Regular Session, 2009
HB 2621 (81st R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to requiring an assessment by health care providers of the risk of lead poisoning of certain children.
  Author: Gutierrez, Roland
  Committees: Public Health
  Last Action: Referred to Public Health

80th Regular Session, 2007
HB 370 (80th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to environmental lead investigations by the Department of State Health Services.
  Author: Dukes, Dawnna
  Committees: Public Health
  Last Action: Reported favorably as substituted
SB 814 (80th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to environmental lead investigations by the Department of State Health Services.
  Author: Janek, Kyle | et. al.
  Sponsor: Dukes, Dawnna
  Committees: Public Health | Health & Human Services
  Last Action: Effective on 9/1/07

79th Regular Session, 2005
HB 2642 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to inspections related to childhood lead poisoning and blood lead levels of concern; imposing penalties.
  Author: Hunter, Bob
  Committees: Public Health
  Last Action: Referred to Public Health
HB 2643 (79th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to a program of testing for childhood lead poisoning and blood lead levels of concern.
  Author: Hunter, Bob
  Committees: Public Health
  Last Action: Left pending in committee

78th Regular Session, 2003
HB 3264 (78th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to the prevention of childhood lead poisoning.
  Author: Hunter, Bob
  Sponsor: Deuell, Bob
  Committees: Public Health | Health & Human Services
  Last Action: Effective on 9/1/03

75th Regular Session, 1997
HB 2219 (75th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to lead poisoning screening and lead inspection and abatement requirements for certain facilities; providing penalties.
  Author: Dukes, Dawnna | et. al.
  Committees: Public Health
  Last Action: Referred to Public Health

65th Regular Session, 1977
HB 1553 (65th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to prohibition of the use of lead-based paint in certain facilities and on equipment accessible to children.
  Author: Tejeda, Frank
  Committees: Health & Welfare
  Last Action: Coauthor authorized

64th Regular Session, 1975
HB 2081 (64th R.S.)
  Caption: Relating to regulation of the sale and use of lead-based paint and establishing a state program for the prevention of lead-based paint poisoning; providing penalties.
  Author: Johnson, Eddie
  Committees: Health & Welfare
  Last Action: Referred to Committee on Health and Welfare
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