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HB 2178, 77th Regular Session
Relating to the expunction of information about certain chemical dependency diagnoses in certain medical records.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/01

Author: Ignacio Salinas Jr.
Sponsor: Mike Moncrief

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2001, 77th R.S.,ch. 1081, General and Special Laws of Texas

Bill Analyses:
Enrolled (Senate Research Center)
Engrossed (Senate Research Center)
Enrolled (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Introduced (Office of House Bill Analysis)
Committee Report (Office of House Bill Analysis)

Subjects:
ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE, TEXAS COMMISSION ON
Alcoholism & Drug Abuse
EXPUNCTION OF RECORDS
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION
Human Services--Medical Assistance
MEDICAID
MEDICAL RECORDS
Minors--Health & Safety

House Committee: Public Health (Patricia Gray, Jaime Capelo, Garnet Coleman, Dianne Delisi, Bob Glaze, John Longoria, Glen Maxey, Carlos Uresti, Arlene Wohlgemuth)
Minutes: April 11 2001
Senate Committee: Health & Human Services (Mike Moncrief, Kip Averitt, David Bernsen, John Carona, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Chris Harris, Frank Madla, Jane Nelson, Eliot Shapleigh, David Sibley)
Minutes: May 10 2001

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