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SB 1062, 73rd Regular Session
Relating to the continuation and operation of the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners and to the regulation of the practice of medicine, including the practice of acupuncture; creating an offense and providing penalties.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/93

Author: Carl Parker
Joint Author: Mike Moncrief
Sponsor: David Cain

Remarks: HR 871 and SR 1157 allows conference committee to go outside bounds.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1993, 73rd R.S.,ch. 862, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

HB 1677 (Identical)

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

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 05/24/1993) David Cain (Chair) | Hugo Berlanga | Garnet Coleman | Dianne Delisi | Bob Glaze |

Senate Members: (appointed 05/20/1993) Carl Parker (Chair) | Rodney Ellis | Mike Moncrief | Dan Shelley | John Whitmire |

Subjects:
ACUPUNCTURE EXAMINERS, TEXAS STATE BOARD OF
MEDICAL EXAMINERS, TEXAS STATE BOARD OF
Occupational Regulation--Health Occupations
PHYSICIANS
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions--Newly Proposed
Sunset Bills

House Committee: Public Health (Hugo Berlanga, Billy Clemons, Garnet Coleman, Dianne Delisi, Bob Glaze, Jack Harris, John Hirschi, Glen Maxey, Brian McCall, Nancy McDonald, Carolyn Park)
Minutes: May 6 1993 | May 11 1993
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Judith Zaffirini, Rodney Ellis, Frank Madla, Mike Moncrief, Jane Nelson, Jerry Patterson, Dan Shelley, Carlos Truan, Jeff Wentworth)
Minutes: April 27 1993

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