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HB 2933, 78th Regular Session
Relating to the abolition of the Commission on Human Rights and the transfer of its functions to the Texas Workforce Commission.

Last action: Effective according to its terms

Author: Kino Flores
Sponsor: Gonzalo Barrientos

Remarks: This Act takes effect upon certification of the Texas Workforce Commission civil rights division by the appropriate federal agency, and the transfer of related federal funds.

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 2003, 78th R.S.,ch. 302, General and Special Laws of Texas

Companion:

SB 1333 (Identical)

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

Subjects:
ATTORNEY GENERAL
HUMAN RIGHTS, COMMISSION ON
State Agencies, Boards & Commissions
WORKFORCE COMMISSION, TEXAS

House Committee: Government Reform (David Swinford, Ray Allen, Bill Callegari, Carter Casteel, Robert Cook, Pete Gallego, Todd Smith)
Minutes: April 22 2003 | April 23 2003
Senate Committee: Government Organization (Rodney Ellis, Kenneth Armbrister, Teel Bivins, Kim Brimer, John Carona, Mario Gallegos, Jr., Chris Harris, Mike Jackson, Jane Nelson, Bill Ratliff, Jeff Wentworth, John Whitmire)
Minutes: May 21 2003 | May 24 2003

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