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SB 712, 86th Regular Session
Relating to prohibiting the use of certain aversive techniques on students enrolled in public schools.

Last action: Effective immediately

Author: Eddie Lucio, Jr.
Sponsor: Morgan Meyer
Joint Sponsor: Mary González | Matt Shaheen
CoSponsor: Ana-Maria Ramos | Erin Zwiener

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2019, 86th R.S., ch. 598, General and Special Laws of Texas

Signed legislation

Companion:

HB 3630 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (TLC)
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Introduced (Senate Research Center)
Committee Report (Senate Research Center)

Subjects:
EDUCATION, COMMISSIONER OF
Education--Primary & Secondary--Discipline
Education--Primary & Secondary--Other School Personnel
Education--Primary & Secondary--Special
Education--Primary & Secondary--Teachers

House Committee: Public Education (Dan Huberty, Alma Allen, Steve Allison, Trent Ashby, Keith Bell, Diego Bernal, Harold V. Dutton, Jr., Mary González, Ken King, Morgan Meyer, Scott Sanford, James Talarico, Gary VanDeaver)
Senate Committee: Education (Larry Taylor, Paul Bettencourt, Donna Campbell, Pat Fallon, Bob Hall, Bryan Hughes, Eddie Lucio, Jr., Angela Paxton, Beverly Powell, Kirk Watson, Royce West, Judith Zaffirini)

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