NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

COMMITTEE: Jurisprudence

TIME & DATE:  1:30PM Or upon adjournment
             Wednesday, April 30, 2003

PLACE: E1.012

CHAIR: Senator Robert Duncan


HB 320            Grusendorf / et al.      SP: Fraser
Relating to the refusal to administer or consent to the
administration of certain psychiatric or psychological treatment to
a child.

HB 501            Telford                  SP: Ratliff
Relating to the jurisdiction of the County Court of Marion County.

HB 829            Hughes                   SP: Ratliff
Relating to jurisdiction to enter certain orders in a failure to
attend school proceeding.

HB 883            Dutton                   SP: Lucio
Relating to the powers of an associate judge under the Family Code.

HB 884            Dutton                   SP: Lucio
Relating to alternative dispute resolution statements required in a
suit for dissolution of a marriage and a suit affecting the
parent-child relationship.

HB 1471            Hartnett                 SP: Harris
Relating to the duties and removal of a trustee.

HB 1472            Hartnett                 SP: Harris
Relating to the exercise of powers of appointment.

SB 328            West
Relating to the filing of certain information by arbitrators after
each arbitration.

SB 998            West
Relating to registration of arbitrators and arbitration services
providers with the secretary of state.

SB 1450            Harris
Relating to the authority of a guardian of the person of a ward to
transport the ward to an inpatient mental health facility and file
for emergency detention under certain circumstances and to consent
to the administration of certain medication.

SB 1614            Ellis, Rodney
Relating to imposing a civil penalty for violation of certain
restrictions relating to genetic information.

HB 227            Keel                     SP: Jackson
Relating to certain notice requirements in a court order providing
for the possession of or access to a child.

SB 1207            Duncan
Relating to state liability for costs and attorney's fees in
certain actions seeking declaratory judgment.