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SB 531, 77th Regular Session
Relating to requiring the Texas Department of Health in consultation with the General Services Commission to study the cost and feasibility of installing automated external defibrillators in state buildings.

Last action: Effective on 9/1/01

Author: Jane Nelson
Sponsor: Kyle Janek

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2001, 77th R.S.,ch. 712, General and Special Laws of Texas

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

Subjects:
DEFIBRILLATORS
GENERAL SERVICES COMMISSION
HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF
Health--General
Public Lands, Buildings & Resources
Safety
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions

House Committee: Public Health (Patricia Gray, Jaime Capelo, Garnet Coleman, Dianne Delisi, Bob Glaze, John Longoria, Glen Maxey, Carlos Uresti, Arlene Wohlgemuth)
Minutes: May 9 2001
Senate Committee: State Affairs (Florence Shapiro, Kenneth Armbrister, John Carona, Troy Fraser, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Chris Harris, Frank Madla, Eliot Shapleigh, Carlos Truan)
Minutes: March 26 2001

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