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SB 24, 72nd 1st Called Session
Relating to the efficient operation of the institutional division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and the management of special needs offenders, including the provision of services and facilities by private vendors and the issuance of general obligation bonds for acquiring, constructing, or equipping corrections institutions.

Last action: Scheduled for conference committee meeting

Author: Ted Lyon
Joint Author: Chet Brooks | Mike Moncrief | J.E. Brown | Eddie Johnson
Coauthor: David Sibley | Carlos Truan
Sponsor: Allen Hightower
Joint Sponsor: Bill Carter

Remarks: Enabling legislation for SJR 4.


HB 8 (Identical)

Bill Analyses:
Committee Report (House Research Organization)

Conference Committee:

House Members: (appointed 07/24/1991) Allen Hightower (Chair) | Bill Carter | Al Granoff | Sam Russell | Mark Stiles |

Senate Members: (appointed 07/24/1991) Ted Lyon (Chair) | Rodney Ellis | Bob Glasgow | Gene Green | John Whitmire |

Corrections--Jails & Prisons
State Finances--Management & Control

House Committee: Appropriations (Jim Rudd, Clyde Alexander, Bill Blackwood, Elton Bomer, Billy Clemons, Paul Colbert, Frank Collazo, Jr., David Counts, Henry Cuellar, Renato Cuellar, Harold V. Dutton, Jr., Toby Goodman, Paul Hilbert, Bob Hunter, Todd Hunter, Robert Junell, Frank Madla, Nancy McDonald, Rene Oliveira, Barry Telford, Garfield Thompson, Jack Vowell, Richard Williamson)
Minutes: July 19 1991
Senate Committee: Administration (Bill Haley, Gonzalo Barrientos, Chet Brooks, Temple Dickson, Bob Glasgow, Gene Green, Ted Lyon, John Montford, Carl Parker, Bill Sims, John Whitmire)
Minutes: July 15 1991 | July 17 1991

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