Texas Legislature
Bills Sponsored / Joint Sponsored
Rep. John T. Smithee
79th Legislature Regular Session
Report Date: 11/23/2017

Number of Bills: 10

Sponsor (10):
SB 14 Author: Jackson, Mike
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to rates for certain property and casualty insurance and regulation of insurer market conduct.

SB 49 Author: Nelson
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 05/24/2005 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to the electronic submission of certain health care transactions.

SB 50 Author: Nelson
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to contracts between health care providers and certain health benefit plan issuers.

SB 51 Author: Nelson
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to administration of certain health benefit plans.

SB 53 Author: Nelson
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to the use of genetic testing information by insurers.

SB 668 Author: Seliger
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective immediately
Caption: Relating to the authority of the board of directors of the South Randall County Hospital District to invest district funds.

SB 672 Author: Seliger
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 06/17/2005 E Effective on 9/1/05
Caption: Relating to the Randall County Juvenile Board.

SB 698 Author: Van de Putte
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 05/22/2005 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Relating to required disclosures to health benefit plan enrollees regarding professional services provided by certain non-network health care providers.

SCR 33 Author: Seliger
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 05/24/2005 E Signed by the Governor
Caption: Commending the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon for hosting the art exhibit Capturing Western Legends: Russell and Remington's Canadian Frontier.

SJR 14 Author: Seliger
Sponsor: Smithee
Last Action: 05/24/2005 H Committee report sent to Calendars
Caption: Proposing a constitutional amendment allowing Potter or Randall County to abolish and reinstate the office of constable in the county or in a precinct of the county.

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