NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Business & Commerce

TIME & DATE:  8:00AM or upon adjournment
             Friday, May 11, 2001

PLACE: Betty King Committee Room

CHAIR: Senator David Sibley


To be considered:

HB 45            McClendon                SP: Shapleigh
Relating to a mile-based rating plan for motor vehicle insurance.

HB 557            Dukes                    SP: Lucio
Relating to regulating leasing in certain manufactured home
communities; providing penalties.

HB 567            Deshotel                 SP: Van de Putte
Relating to computation of the maximum and minimum benefit amounts
for total unemployment under the unemployment compensation system.

HB 612            Maxey                    SP: Duncan
Relating to the preparation and submission of certain reports by
municipalities and the comptroller of public accounts under the Tax
Increment Financing Act.

HB 849            Coleman                  SP: Gallegos
Relating to coverage of anorexia and bulimia as serious mental
illnesses under certain group health benefit plans.

HB 931            Solis, Jim               SP: Shapleigh
Relating to a coordinated economic development plan for the state.

HB 1053            Coleman                  SP: Gallegos
Relating to the creation of commercial and industrial development
zones in certain populous counties; providing for taxes and the
issuance of bonds.

HB 1082            Thompson                 SP: Van de Putte
Relating to a prohibition on employment discrimination in
compensation; providing penalties.

HB 1408            Junell                   SP: Duncan
Relating to the refund of unearned premiums by an insurer.

HB 1491            Farabee                  SP: Van de Putte
Relating to health benefit plan coverage for certain mental
disorders in children.

HB 1495            Farabee                  SP: Jackson
Relating to the transfer of tax credits among members of the Life,
Accident, Health and Hospital Service Insurance Guaranty

HB 1610            Averitt                  SP: Fraser
Relating to data on mandated health benefits and mandated offers of
coverage that must be collected and reported by health benefit plan

HB 1708            Keffer                   SP: Carona
Relating to contribution rates for cotton ginners for unemployment
compensation purposes.

HB 1757            Gutierrez                SP: Lucio
Relating to payment of unemployment compensation tax contributions
by certain employers engaged in agriculture.

HB 1806            Menendez                 SP: Van de Putte
Relating to the issuance of certain alcoholic beverage licenses and

HB 1869            Wohlgemuth               SP: Harris
Relating to the acquisition of manufactured homes through financing
or other means and to persons associated with those acquisitions.

HB 1913            Capelo                   SP: Shapleigh
Relating to termination of certain contracts by a preferred
provider organization or health maintenance organization.

HB 2102            Eiland                   SP: Sibley
Relating to the determination of premium rates for certain lines of

HB 2107            Turner, Sylvester        SP: Sibley
Relating to the recovery of stranded costs and the crediting of
negative stranded costs.

HB 2127            Craddick                 SP: Bivins
Relating to unfair discrimination by the issuer of a health benefit
plan; providing penalties.

HB 2146            Chisum                   SP: Bivins
Relating to provision of certain health benefit claims information
to employers.

HB 2156            Danburg                  SP: Van de Putte
Relating to certain utility customer discounts.

HB 2382            Thompson                 SP: Wentworth
Relating to coverage under a health benefit plan for prescription
contraceptive drugs and devices and related services.

HB 2503            Homer                    SP: Lucio
Relating to a career development center's assessment of the job
skills of certain persons.

HB 2932            Lewis, Glenn             SP: Carona
Relating to a discount on the premium surcharge for a motor vehicle
equipped with a breath alcohol detection device.

HB 2950            Chavez                   SP: Nelson
Relating to the regulation of certain abusable volatile chemicals.

HB 3254            Giddings                 SP: Ellis, Rodney
Relating to limitations on certain disciplinary actions by the
commissioner of insurance or the Texas Department of Insurance.

HB 3294            Wise                     SP: Lucio
Relating to the provision of housing and related forms of
assistance to residents of colonias and residents of other
underserved regions of this state.

HB 3630            Thompson                 SP: Lucio
Relating to the Texas Health Insurance Risk Pool.

SB 1374            Moncrief
Relating to imposing liens on aircraft for nonpayment of fuel



HB 1869