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HB 3374, 84th Regular Session
Relating to information regarding Down syndrome.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/15

Author: Geanie Morrison
Joint Author: Jessica Farrar | Charlie Geren
Coauthor: Charles "Doc" Anderson | Pat Fallon | Dan Flynn | Dan Huberty | Bill Zedler
Sponsor: Eddie Lucio, Jr.
CoSponsor: Brandon Creighton

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2015, 84th R.S.,ch. 811, General and Special Laws of Texas

Signed legislation

Bill Analyses:
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (House Research Organization)
Committee Report (TLC)

Subjects:
Disabilities, Persons with
Health Care Providers
STATE HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF

House Committee: State Affairs (Byron Cook, Tom Craddick, Marsha Farney, Jessica Farrar, Charlie Geren, Helen Giddings, Patricia Harless, Dan Huberty, Jarvis Johnson, John Kuempel, José Menéndez, Ina Minjarez, René Oliveira, John Smithee, Sylvester Turner)
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Charles Schwertner, Donna Campbell, Craig Estes, Lois Kolkhorst, Charles Perry, José Rodríguez, Van Taylor, Carlos Uresti, Judith Zaffirini)

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